by Nick Farr | series |

Everyday we face countless distractions. Some of these distractions are good (rest, renewal, reflection) and some are even optional (when we choose to clean, etc). We learn from Mary & Martha about making sure that regardless of what we have going on (distractions) that we give proper attention to Jesus. At the same time, some distractions are hurtful to our physical and spiritual lives. These distractions are sinful. Sin separates us from God and must be dealt with quickly. Galatians 5:13-26 describes what this sin looks like and provides hope for the life that’s dealt with unhealthy distractions. The fruit of Spirit are a perfect example of a life focused on Jesus.


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