Encouragement to My Grandkids whether adopted by love or acquired by blood

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Picture DEES I See Fruit

"I see fruit." In order to show my grand kids what it means to produce fruit I made them each a tree to document their good fruit.

Whenever I see them doing something that is good fruit I tell them "I see fruit." For every fruit I see they get a sticker for their fruit tree.

It's important to recognize in ourselves and others what good fruit is and the importance of it. The Bible tells us the axe is ready to chop down any tree that doesn't produce fruit. Therefore its vital that we produce good fruit for God.

We need to stop long enough to honestly examine our lives to see if we too can say "I see fruit." What is the condition of your fruit tree?

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I reside in Oregon, with my husband of 32 years. I'm a mother of one and grandmother of six, counting my two newly adopted grandsons. I teach a women’s Bible Study. In June of 2007 God asked me to take with me the things I had learned in my own Christian walk to help those traveling down similar roads. A journey that started with a head injury in Jr. High School and the epilepsy it was to create later for 7 long years. One day I was given the key to my cure. In order to have the surgery to cure the 10% of my seizures that were truly epileptic I was told I had to get rid of first the 90% that were stress caused. For the next five years I took my stress issues to the Lord, leaning and relying on Him and His word as well as catchy sayings of others to see me through. As peace, obedience to God and giving up bad habits replaced worry, stubbornness and disobedience my stress seizures began to disappear. Finally I qualified for the surgery. The end result after 20 years has been being seizure free and pill free all those years. Praise the Lord. God is the cure. I can be contacted at karijo_fluffy@yahoo.com.