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Fruitfulness

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PAGE 1 - Introduction
  • "Works are not necessary to earn salvation.
    But true salvation wrought by God will not fail
           to produce the good works that are its fruit."
    ~ John MacArthur
PAGE 2 - LOVE
  • "Faults are thick where love is thin."
    ~ James Howell
  • "Love looks through a telescope;
           envy, through a microscope."
    ~ Henry Wheeler Shaw
PAGE 2 - JOY
  • "The test of Christian character should be that
           a man is a joy-bearing agent to the world."
    ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  • "True joy comes only from God and
    He shares this joy with those who walk in fellowship with Him."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A happy life consists not in the absence, but in the mastery of hardships."
    ~ Helen Keller
  • "We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do."
    ~ Mother Teresa
PAGE 2 - PEACE
  • "If God be our God, He will give us peace in trouble.
           When there is a storm without, He will make peace within.
    The world can create trouble in peace, but God can create peace in trouble."
    ~ Thomas Watson
PAGE 2 - PATIENCE
  • "Patience is the ability to suffer a long time under the mistreatment of others
           without growing resentful or bitter."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A Christian without patience is like a soldier without arms."
    ~ Thomas Watson
  • "Beloved, have you ever thought that
           someday you will not have anything to try you, or anyone to vex you again?
    There will be no opportunity in heaven to learn or to show the
           spirit of patience, forbearance, and longsuffering.
    If you are to practice these things, it must be now."
    ~ Albert Simpson
PAGE 2 - KINDNESS
  • "You cannot do a kindness too soon
    because you never know how soon it will be too late."
    ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • "Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
    ~ Mark Twain
  • "People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude."
    ~ John Maxwell
  • "Never lose a chance of saying a kind word."
    ~ William Thackeray
  • "Always try to be a little kinder than is necessary."
    ~ James Barrie
PAGE 2 - GOODNESS
  • "A good example is the best sermon."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "God does not need our good works, but our neighbor does."
    ~ Martin Luther
  • "Do all the good you can and make as little fuss about it as you can."
    ~ Charles Dickens
PAGE 3 - FAITHFULNESS
  • "It is better to be faithful than famous."
    ~ Theodore Roosevelt
  • "A little thing is a little thing, but faithfulness in the little things is a great thing."
    ~ Hudson Taylor
  • "There are many people who can do big things,
           but there are very few people who will do the small things."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "Don't waste your time waiting and longing
           for large opportunities which may never come.
    But faithfully handle the little things that are always claiming your attention."
    ~ F. B. Meyer
PAGE 3 - GENTLENESS
  • "The best index to a person's character is
           how he treats people who can't do him any good - and
           how he treats people who can't fight back."
    ~ Abigail Van Buren
  • "Jesus never mistreated anyone just because they mistreated Him.
    He confronted them in a spirit of gentleness and then continued to love them."
    ~ Joyce Meyer
PAGE 3 - SELF-CONTROL
  • "He that can compose himself is wiser than he that composes books."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "I cannot trust a man to control others who cannot control himself."
    ~ Robert E. Lee
PAGE 3 - Key to Fruitfulness
  • "It is possible to be so active in the service of Christ as to forget to love Him."
    ~ P. T. Forsyth
  • "The local church is espoused to Christ,
           but there is always the danger of that love growing cold.
    Like Martha, we can be so busy working for Christ that we have no time to love Him.
           Christ is more concerned about what we do with Him than for Him.
           Labor is no substitute for love.
    To the public, the Ephesian church was successful; to Christ, it had fallen."
    ~ Warren Wiersbe
PAGE 1 - Introduction
  • "Works are not necessary to earn salvation.
    But true salvation wrought by God will not fail
           to produce the good works that are its fruit."
    ~ John MacArthur
PAGE 2 - LOVE
  • "Faults are thick where love is thin."
    ~ James Howell
  • "Love looks through a telescope;
           envy, through a microscope."
    ~ Henry Wheeler Shaw
PAGE 2 - JOY
  • "The test of Christian character should be that
           a man is a joy-bearing agent to the world."
    ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  • "True joy comes only from God and
    He shares this joy with those who walk in fellowship with Him."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A happy life consists not in the absence,
           but in the mastery of hardships."
    ~ Helen Keller
  • "We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do."
    ~ Mother Teresa
PAGE 2 - PEACE
  • "If God be our God, He will give us peace in trouble.
           When there is a storm without, He will make peace within.
    The world can create trouble in peace,
            but God can create peace in trouble."
    ~ Thomas Watson
PAGE 2 - PATIENCE
  • "Patience is the ability to suffer a long time
            under the mistreatment of others
            without growing resentful or bitter."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A Christian without patience is like a soldier without arms."
    ~ Thomas Watson
  • "Beloved, have you ever thought that
           someday you will not have anything to try you,
           or anyone to vex you again?
    There will be no opportunity in heaven to learn or to show the
           spirit of patience, forbearance, and longsuffering.
    If you are to practice these things, it must be now."
    ~ Albert Simpson
PAGE 2 - KINDNESS
  • "You cannot do a kindness too soon
    because you never know how soon it will be too late."
    ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • "Kindness is a language which
            the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
    ~ Mark Twain
  • "People may hear your words, but they feel your attitude."
    ~ John Maxwell
  • "Never lose a chance of saying a kind word."
    ~ William Thackeray
  • "Always try to be a little kinder than is necessary."
    ~ James Barrie
PAGE 2 - GOODNESS
  • "A good example is the best sermon."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow.
    Do good anyway."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "God does not need our good works, but our neighbor does."
    ~ Martin Luther
  • "Do all the good you can and
            make as little fuss about it as you can."
    ~ Charles Dickens
PAGE 3 - FAITHFULNESS
  • "It is better to be faithful than famous."
    ~ Theodore Roosevelt
  • "A little thing is a little thing,
    but faithfulness in the little things is a great thing."
    ~ Hudson Taylor
  • "There are many people who can do big things,
    but there are very few people who will do the small things."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "Don't waste your time waiting and longing
           for large opportunities which may never come.
    But faithfully handle the little things
           that are always claiming your attention."
    ~ F. B. Meyer
PAGE 3 - GENTLENESS
  • "The best index to a person's character is
           how he treats people who can't do him any good - and
           how he treats people who can't fight back."
    ~ Abigail Van Buren
  • "Jesus never mistreated anyone
           just because they mistreated Him.
    He confronted them in a spirit of gentleness and
           then continued to love them."
    ~ Joyce Meyer
PAGE 3 - SELF-CONTROL
  • "He that can compose himself is wiser
           than he that composes books."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "I cannot trust a man to control others
           who cannot control himself."
    ~ Robert E. Lee
PAGE 3 - Key to Fruitfulness
  • "It is possible to be so active in the service of Christ
           as to forget to love Him."
    ~ P. T. Forsyth
  • "The local church is espoused to Christ,
           but there is always the danger of that love growing cold.
    Like Martha, we can be so busy working for Christ
           that we have no time to love Him.
    Christ is more concerned about
           what we do with Him than for Him.
    Labor is no substitute for love.
    To the public, the Ephesian church was successful;
             to Christ, it had fallen."
    ~ Warren Wiersbe
PAGE 1 - Introduction
  • "Works are not necessary to earn salvation.
    But true salvation wrought by God
            will not fail to produce
            the good works that are its fruit."
    ~ John MacArthur
PAGE 2 - LOVE
  • "Faults are thick where love is thin."
    ~ James Howell
  • "Love looks through a telescope;
           envy, through a microscope."
    ~ Henry Wheeler Shaw
PAGE 2 - JOY
  • "The test of Christian character should be
           that a man is a joy-bearing agent
           to the world."
    ~ Henry Ward Beecher
  • "True joy comes only from God and
    He shares this joy with those who walk in fellowship with Him."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A happy life consists not in the absence,
           but in the mastery of hardships."
    ~ Helen Keller
  • "We shall never know all the good
           that a simple smile can do."
    ~ Mother Teresa
PAGE 2 - PEACE
  • "If God be our God,
           He will give us peace in trouble.
    When there is a storm without,
           He will make peace within.
    The world can create trouble in peace,
            but God can create peace in trouble."
    ~ Thomas Watson
PAGE 2 - PATIENCE
  • "Patience is the ability to suffer a long time
            under the mistreatment of others
            without growing resentful or bitter."
    ~ Jerry Bridges
  • "A Christian without patience
            is like a soldier without arms."
    ~ Thomas Watson
  • "Beloved, have you ever thought that
           someday you will not have anything
           to try you, or anyone to vex you again?
    There will be no opportunity in heaven
          to learn or to show the spirit of
          patience, forbearance, and longsuffering.
    If you are to practice these things,
           it must be now."
    ~ Albert Simpson
PAGE 2 - KINDNESS
  • "You cannot do a kindness too soon
    because you never know how soon it will be too late."
    ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • "Kindness is a language which
            the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
    ~ Mark Twain
  • "People may hear your words,
           but they feel your attitude."
    ~ John Maxwell
  • "Never lose a chance of saying a kind word."
    ~ William Thackeray
  • "Always try to be a little kinder than is necessary."
    ~ James Barrie
PAGE 2 - GOODNESS
  • "A good example is the best sermon."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow.
    Do good anyway."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "God does not need our good works,
           but our neighbor does."
    ~ Martin Luther
  • "Do all the good you can and
            make as little fuss about it as you can."
    ~ Charles Dickens
PAGE 3 - FAITHFULNESS
  • "It is better to be faithful than famous."
    ~ Theodore Roosevelt
  • "A little thing is a little thing,
    but faithfulness in the little things
           is a great thing."
    ~ Hudson Taylor
  • "There are many people
           who can do big things,
    but there are very few people
           who will do the small things."
    ~ Mother Teresa
  • "Don't waste your time waiting and longing
           for large opportunities
           which may never come.
    But faithfully handle the little things
           that are always claiming your attention."
    ~ F. B. Meyer
PAGE 3 - GENTLENESS
  • "The best index to a person's character is
    how he treats people
           who can't do him any good - and
    how he treats people
           who can't fight back."
    ~ Abigail Van Buren
  • "Jesus never mistreated anyone
           just because they mistreated Him.
    He confronted them in a spirit of gentleness
           and then continued to love them."
    ~ Joyce Meyer
PAGE 3 - SELF-CONTROL
  • "He that can compose himself is wiser
           than he that composes books."
    ~ Ben Franklin
  • "I cannot trust a man to control others
           who cannot control himself."
    ~ Robert E. Lee
PAGE 3 - Key to Fruitfulness
  • "It is possible to be so active
           in the service of Christ
           as to forget to love Him."
    ~ P. T. Forsyth
  • "The local church is espoused to Christ,
           but there is always the danger
           of that love growing cold.
    Like Martha, we can be so busy
           working for Christ
           that we have no time to love Him.
    Christ is more concerned about
           what we do with Him than for Him.
    Labor is no substitute for love.
    To the public,
           the Ephesian church was successful;
    to Christ, it had fallen."
    ~ Warren Wiersbe
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