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What we Bear with the Fruit of the Spirit

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by: Michael Nicodemus
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Publication Date: January 16, 2020
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 100
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
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Book Synopsis
If we are to Bear Fruit we need to know what the dead branches are that needs to be cut away so that we may Bear the Fruit of the Spirit?

The opposing nature of the fruit are bitter roots!

In the Dictionary the word “Bitterness” is a figurative meaning in the objective sense of cruel, biting words; intense misery resulting from forsaking God, from a life of sin and impurity; the misery of servitude; the misfortunes of bereavement.

More subjectively, bitter and bitterness describe emotions of sympathy; the sorrow of childlessness and of feeling or showing sorrow or regret for having done wrong, of disappointment; the feeling of misery and wretchedness, giving rise to the expression "bitter tears”. The ethical sense, characterizing untruth and immorality as the bitter things in opposition to the sweetness of truth and the gospel.

The following needs to be cut away from our Tree of Life:

Bitterness
Misery
Worry
Frustration
Harshness
Evil
Dishonesty
Violence
Self-Indulgence
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