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Different Kinds of Fruit

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Different Kinds of Fruit

  1. 1. DifferentKindsofFruit Fortheparent: Have you ever struggled for ideas of how to bring Bible passages to a level that your child could understand and relate to? Big Thoughts for Little Minds is a series of books that brings key Bible passages to life before your child’s eyes. Discussion topics are also included at the end of the book to help make your times exploring God’s Word as a family fun and meaningful. A — E N — B C — D V — 0 3 8 — H www.auroraproduction.com Biblewisdom and fun for today! Discover the amazing fruit shake of virtues presented in this book. God’s Spirit does awesome things for us, and through it your life can be filled with happiness and meaning. Find out about the nine fruits of God’s Spirit, and how you can have them. Based on Galatians 5, verses 22—23 FruitFruit DifferentDifferent kinds of ISBN 978-3-03730-568-3 3865037303879
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  4. 4. Acknowledgments: Text: Ivan Gouveia, based on Galatians 5, verses 22–23, the Bible. Illustrations: Leilen Basan Design: Leilen Basan, M-A Mignot ISBN: 978-3-03730-568-3 © 2011 Ivan Gouveia and Leilen Basan. All Rights Reserved. Published by Aurora Production AG. Printed in China. Production BiG mindsfor Little thoughts A
  5. 5. based on Galatians 5, verses 22–23 —The Fruits of the Spirit DifferentDifferent kinds of
  6. 6. 11 I read once that when we live in God’s light and are obedient to His Word, there are certain qualities that His Spirit will give us that will help us to live a full and happy life.
  7. 7. 22 These qualities were compared to fruits that good trees would have. I thought that was a fun way to remember them.
  8. 8. 33 The first fruit is love. I will always try to speak and act in a loving manner with everyone I see. When we truly live in love we prefer others’ well-being above our own.
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  10. 10. 44 The second fruit is joy! When I live a life of gratefulness for all that I receive and get to do, I am happy all day long. True happiness comes to me when I try to make others happy.
  11. 11. 55 The third fruit is peace. Since I believe that God will always care for me, I don’t ever have to be worried or fearful. Not even at night! He will always be with me.
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  13. 13. 66 The fourth fruit is patience. I will be calm even if things don’t work out right away. Things can take a little while at times, but I should trust that those who look after me know best.
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  15. 15. 77 The fifth fruit is kindness. I will be kind to those around me, even to those who are not so kind to me. I will go out of my way to help those who need my help in any way I can.
  16. 16. 88 The sixth fruit is goodness. This doesn’t mean that I will be good all the time, but I can choose to be polite, fair, and truthful in all my actions.
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  18. 18. 99 The seventh fruit is faithfulness. I will keep working hard at whatever task I set out to do. I will not give up even when it gets very hard or boring. I know that no matter what it is, God will help me to complete it.
  19. 19. 1010 The eighth fruit is gentleness. I will treat others with respect, especially those older than me, and will talk to anyone I meet in a polite and considerate manner. Being loud and rude is definitely not cool.
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  21. 21. 1111 The ninth fruit is self-control. I will follow the rules that help me build good habits and keep me safe, even when no one is watching. I won’t do things that I know are wrong.
  22. 22. 1212 I can assure you that if you take all these fruits and make yourself a nice, colorful, and delicious fruit shake...
  23. 23. 1313 ...life will be much more fun, happy, and tasty! A big toast to the fruits of the spirit!
  24. 24. Think about good qualities or traits you would like to have? What are they? My big thoughts! Try naming the different good fruits mentioned in this book. How many can you remember? Do I do my best to act in a loving way toward others? How can I improve in showing love to others?
  25. 25. Can you think of a time when you felthappy because you made someoneelse happy? Try making someone happytoday. Do you feel unsure of yourself or afraid attimes? Remember to ask for God’s peaceof mind whenever you feel that way. Think Think Think Isn’t it difficult to be patient attimes? Do you remember a time whenyou were rewarded with something youreally wanted after waiting patiently?
  26. 26. Imagine some scenarios or situations which could happen daily, at school or at home, where you could perform deeds of kindness. Have you ever been tempted to cheat in a game or on a test? Doesn’t it feel much better when you are truthful and honorable? Do you ever feel like quitting when a job is difficult or if it takes a long time to complete? Try finishing your next task completely and see how great that feels! Greeting people politely shows courtesy. Practice with your mom or dad how you would greet someone you haven’t met before.
  27. 27. Think Think Think Do you sometimes feel like doing something you know you shouldn’t? Talkabout one of the rules in your house, andhow it helps you and why it’s important. Do you think you could learn all these virtues and find ways to apply them in your everyday life? Think of how much happier you would be if you did! Conduct an experiment. Pick a virtue listed in this book and look for ways you can put it into action in your day.
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