Spread the Good Word: John 15:1-2

by | Feb 10, 2017 | The Good Word | 0 comments

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Today’s Good Word is a reminder about our vine-branch connection with Christ. We can do nothing apart from Him.

Our fruitfulness is important to Him. What parts of your life aren’t bearing any fruit and need to be removed? Do you feel like you’re fruitful yet going through something difficult like a purging or purifying trial? We hope that you can take heart from this scripture and its promise of an even closer connection to the Lord and an even more fruitful life when our spiritual lives are properly tended.

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