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Now all this talk about fruit is fine if you’re a farmer or you’re planning to concoct a fruit salad. But what does it mean to you personally? Why do you need fruit in your life? Fruit is a metaphor for good things. Who doesn’t want more good things in their life? Maybe you’d like to be happier—what if you had more joy? Or maybe you’d like more friends—what if you became more patient and kind? Perhaps you’d like to avoid fighting with your parents or a sibling—what if you had more self-control?

And how do you do it? ” In Jesus’s day, a good servant was smart, trustworthy, thoughtful, skillful, loyal, clever, and a real asset to his employer. In other words, he was a lot like a very devoted friend. In fact, a really good servant might be the best friend an employer ever had—maybe even closer than a sibling. Jesus gave the example of being a servant like that. He always put the needs of others above his own. And he did practical things like healing the sick and feeding the hungry. Now Jesus takes his teaching one step further by saying that when you refuse to be a servant and when you decide to put yourself above others, you will be knocked down and humiliated.

They cannot get their hands on it. What is it they so diligently seek? What is it their souls crave? Peace. Peace of mind and peace of heart—a deep inner peace that the world doesn’t offer, a peace that cannot be earned or bought. Jesus says that kind of peace is a priceless gift that only he can give. And he gives it to you for free.  . for free. In an era when prescription drugs, sleeping aids, and other pseudo substitutes for peace are more popular than ever, Jesus’s peace is unique—one of a kind.

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