. . .Gentleness

Next, the Spirit gives gentleness. The book of Titus has only forty-six verses. This short book is a letter that Paul wrote to Titus. Paul and Titus worked together in Crete. Paul left Titus on Crete to continue the work of the church. In this letter, Paul helped Titus deal with things that were happening in the church. He also gave Titus teaching about his faith and about false teachers.
In our Bible Reading, Paul told Titus to remind the Christians about certain things. In verse two, Paul talked about being gentle with other people. This word “gentle” can also mean meek or humble. We should have meekness and humility when we work with other people. Being gentle means that we understand God is in control of our lives. When we realize this, we treat other people with respect and kindness.
Think about your family, your friends and your co-workers. Do you show gentleness to them? If not, the Holy Spirit will help you be more gentle in your life.