Dear friends – the spring season is a wonderful time of the year because we get to view the signs of new life – trees bud, flowers bloom, the birds sing sweetly, and the fresh breeze cleanses our dreariness of the winter season. In Proverbs 11:30 the word declares:
The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, And he who is wise wins souls.
The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life – that is proclaiming that we must be a "fruit bearing" person – that our life should be lived with integrity, truth, kindness, joy, peace because others need to be drawn to that so they will want to live a righteous life as well. The only way any of us will be righteous is through the Lord Jesus Christ. We want to let Jesus live large in our lives. We are all on this journey of life and as God declares in His Word, draw near to ME and I will draw near to you. This is the time to let your light shine with the goodness of God, be a "life–changer" by living a righteous life. Shine with the goodness of God!
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