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Good temper

Good temper
Ecclesiastes 7
"… and patience is better than pride." (v.8)

The fourth fruit of the Spirit is patience. The central meaning of this word (Greek: makrothumia) is "good temper." It denotes a person who does not easily "fly off the handle." He maintains good temper amid the flux and flow of human events.

One commentator says of this word: "This fourth fruit of the Spirit expresses the attitude to people which never loses patience with them, however unreasonable they may be, and never loses hope for them, however unlovely and unteachable they may be." Archbishop Trench defined the word as "a long holding out of the mind before it gives room to action or to passion, the self-restraint which does not hastily retaliate a wrong." And Moffatt describes it as "the tenacity with which faith holds out."Good temper must not, however, be confused with apathy. In the days of the early Church, the group called the Stoics made indifference a virtue. They said: "Nothing is worth suffering for, so build a wall around your heart and keep out all sense of feeling." The early Christians did not share that view, however, for Christians care — and because they cared, they suffered. Through the ministry of the Spirit in their lives, they found poise and good temper amidst their sufferings. The more we care, the more sensitive we will be to things that tend to block our goal of caring — that is why the quality of patience is so essential. An evangelist addressing a meeting was subjected to persistent heckling. Unfortunately, he lost his temper — and also his audience. They saw he had little to offer except words.

Prayer: O Father, help me to become a person of good temper. Dwell deep in me so that I shall be the peaceful exception amid the disturbed surroundings that I encounter day by day. Amen.

For Further Study
Numbers 20:1-13; Luke 21:19; Romans 12:12
1. What was the result of Moses’ impatience?
2. What will be the result of our patience?

Media BiASS: Daily Fail….

NBC’s Mitchell on Monica Lewinsky Speaking Publicly: ‘The Timing Couldn’t be Worse’ for Clintons


On Monday night, ABC and NBC offered segments on Monica Lewinsky’s first public comments in years that came during a conference in Philadelphia for millennials by Forbes and explained how she was the first victim of cyberbullying during her affair with then-President Bill Clinton in the 1990s. During the segment that aired on NBC Nightly News, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell declared that the “timing” of Lewinsky speaking out now (in hopes of becoming an advocate against cyberbullying) “couldn’t be worse for Bill and Hillary Clinton.”


Networks Fail to Cover Gaffes from Democrats Wendy Davis and Mark Udall


With the midterm elections two weeks away from Tuesday, the major broadcast networks on Monday night ignored gaffes from Democratic Senator Mark Udall of Colorado and Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis as both seek to make up deficits against their Republican opponents Cory Gardner and Greg Abbott, respectively. On Friday, Udall conducted an interview with Denver’s ABC affiliate and he told the reporter that he was “brain-dead” after being asked to name his favorite books and types of music. Udall also inquired during the middle of the segment if “[w]e could play this over, right, I mean re-tape this” when he clearly became stumped and couldn’t answer a few basic questions about himself.


Andrea Mitchell: ‘Voting Restrictions’ Could Make It ‘Really Hard for Democrats’ In November


Andrea Mitchell, NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent, appeared on Sunday’sMeet the Press and did her best to make excuses for potential Democratic losses in the November midterm elections. Speaking to moderator Chuck Todd, Mitchell complained that the “Texas Supreme Court decision on Saturday morning is going to be really telling, if there are more voter restrictions placed in some of those states, it’s going to be really hard for Democrats.”

A List of Obama’s ‘Accomplishments ……..

The first 10….

  1. First President to have a social security number from a state he has never lived in.

  2. First President to preside over a cut to the credit-rating of the United States.

  3. First President to be held in contempt of court for illegally obstructFirst ing oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

  4. First President to require all Americans to purchase a product from a third party.

  5. First President to spend $50 billion on “shovel-ready” jobs when there was no such thing as “shovel-ready” jobs.

  6. First President to order an amnesty program that stopped the deportation of illegal immigrants across the U.S., including those with criminal convictions.

  7. First President to demand a company hand-over $20 billion to one of his political appointees.

  8. First President to tell a CEO of a major corporation to resign.

  9. First President to terminate America’s Space Shuttle program.

  10. First President to cancel the National Day of Prayer and to say that America is no longer a Christian nation.

The rest of them!!!

Proving False…

The Gun Grabber’s, their politicians and media’s claim that we need more ‘gun’ laws…

And lets not forget Bumbling Joe Biden’s,more laws claim also..

We have enough…

“You can’t name a crime that isn’t already illegal,” says author Alan Korwin, who compiled Gun Laws of America with attorney Michael Anthony, and described them all in plain English. “If you stopped to read these—and it’s easy with the plain English descriptions we include—you would understand how robust our gun laws truly are.”

“Bloomberg and his mom minions are lying to you. This book proves it.”