The reading for Sunday, December 17, 2017: Matthew 1:18-25 This Sunday we read about an angel appearing to Joseph in a dream. We've no...
Monday, July 15, 2013
Fruit Tree Garden, Kona Kai, Key Largo, Florida, July 2013
No good tree bears bad fruit, nor again does a bad tree bear good fruit; for each tree is known by its own fruit.
Fruit flourishes with proper care and fertilizer.
If we want the fruit of our lives to embody a gracious and loving God; if we want to bear witness to the hope freely gifted to us; if we want to be imitators of Christ as the dearly loved children of God that we truly are - we must put the greatest priority on how we choose to nurture the faith that produces such fruit.
Good fruit is no accident.
Disciple and discipline share more than a few letters...