Bible stories about self control
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Self-Control - The Fruit of The Spirit For Kids
7. Self-Control (Galatians 5:23)
H ere is a Bible study on self-control. Felix must not have liked the necessity for believers to be exhibiting self-control. Self-control is not willing ourselves to be obedient and avoid sinful practices. So which is it? I believe it a bit of both but most of God. Do we contribute to the effort of having self-control?
Mischa Elman, one of the greatest violinists of the twentieth century, was walking through the streets of New York City one afternoon when a tourist approached him. Another professional golfer, Chi Chi Rodriguez, put it this way. Habit is more dependable. Habit is persistence in practice. Whether in the concert hall, the playing field or the classroom, the steadiness of practice is crucial for realized potential. It is an even more critical issue when it comes to living the spiritual life. We achieve great things by training ourselves.
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