God’s Garden of Grace, Some Final Words

Well, the time has come to return the book to the library. My hope is that you got a brief taste of the fruuits of the Holy Spirit, and I encourage you to review Galatians 5:22-23.
Remember with every gift, you must first have the Holy Spirit working in your life. Remember also that these fruits can manifest themselves despite our feelings or circumstances. And finally, it is a choice to either react according to the flesh (our feelings and emotions) or be still and ask Heavenly Father that the Holy Spirit fill us with the strengths only He can give to overcome.

If you would like to continue this devotional on your own, please continue to do so.
Check at your local library and ask if they can do what is called interlibrary loan. Or, you can buy the book through Amazon. The book was published in 1996, so I would imagine the book wouldn’t be too expensive. And the official title is “God’s Garden of Grace: Growing in the Fruit of the Spirit” by Elizabeth George.

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