When asked, most people wanted more patience or recognized a need for deeper self-control. But when it came to “goodness,” it is less obvious. Probably it’s meaning is obscured to us and seems to be so subjective. Still it’s an important character to hone. Paul (and Moses, Solomon, David, Micah, Isaiah and Jesus before him) challenged us that our lives ought to be full of goodness.
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