60 Character Traits of Christ

By | December 25, 2009

I Heard about this list in a lecture by Stephen Pratt called, “To Ourselves and Our Posterity.” Definitely worth reading and pondering over. Merry Christmas, and remember Wise Men still seek Him, and seek to be like Him.

Ether 12:41 And now, I would commend you to seek this Jesus of whom the prophets and apostles have written, that the grace of God the Father, and also the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost, which beareth record of them, may be and abide in you forever. Amen.”

Love will enable us to appreciate our brothers and sisters in the Lord, and, of course, our family, and others around us. Love is taking the initiative to build up and meet the needs of others without expecting anything in return. (John 13:1; John 15:13; 1 Corinthians 13:3)

Joy will allow us to enjoy His creation, others, and our circumstances with an expression of delight and real, authentic happiness from and with harmony with God and others. (Proverbs 15:13; John 15:11; John 17:13)

Peace is surrendering and yielding to the Lord’s control, for He is our ultimate peace! It is allowing tranquility to be our tone and to control our equanimity. This will be fueled by our harmonious relationship with God so we can hand over control of our heart, will, and mind to Him. Once we make real peace with God, we will be able to make and maintain peace with others. (Matthew 5:9; Colossians 3:15; Philippians 4:7)

Patience is showing tolerance and fortitude to others, and even accepting difficult situations from them and God without making demands and conditions. (Matthew 27:14; Romans 12:12; James 1:3,12)

Kindness is practicing benevolence and a loving attitude towards others. (Ephesians 4:32)

Goodness displays integrity, honesty, and compassion to others, and allows us to do the right thing. (Matthew 19:16)

Faithfulness is the “gluing” fruit that will preserve our faith and the other characters of the Spirit as well as identify God’s Will so we can be dependable and trusting to God and others. (Matthew 17:19; Matthew 25:21; 1 Cor. 12:9; Hebrews 11:1; 1 Thes 5:24)

Gentleness is the character that will show calmness, personal care, and tenderness in meeting the needs of others. (Isa. 40:11; Philippians 4:5; 2 Timothy 2:24; 1 Thes 2:7)

Self-Control will allow us to have discipline, and restraint with obedience to God and others. (1 Thes 5: 22)

Forgiving is the realization of how much we have been forgiven by Christ. This enables us to forgive the insignificant things that are done to us. It involves not being resentful to others, and ignoring the wrongs that we have received so we can heal relationships by expressing Christ’s love. (Luke 23:34; Ephesians 4:32; Colossians 3:13)

Humility minimizes arrogance and removes pride. It is understanding our fallen nature and tendency to think we are better than we are, and our striving to lift up ourselves above others and God. It is admitting that others, and more importantly God is responsible for our achievements. Humbleness will enable us to be a teachable person who is willing to have the attitude of submission and servant-hood, one who confesses sin and remembers how Christ served us! (Luke 22:27; Philippians 2:8; 1 Peter 5:3–5)

Fairness sees a situation from the viewpoint of each person involved and not just ours. It seeks the best, just, equable solution, even if it hurts us. (Matthew 7:12)

Courage realizes that God has given us the strength to face any situation, trial, or peril. It is the ability to react, knowing that God is in control, that He who is in me is greater than he who is against me. (Deuteronomy 31:6; 1 John 4:4)

Friendship is the companionship and closeness we are to have with one another. It is the commitment to help form the character in others. This is not to be feared but embraced, even when it hurts! (Proverbs 27:17)

Honesty & Truthfulness mean being straight and honest with others and doing what is right. This trait will allow us to earn trust by being accurate with facts and situations. (2 Cor. 8:21; Ephesians 4:25)

Dependable is being constantly reliable and trustworthy. It will allow us to continue in our commitments even if it means personal sacrifice. (1 Corinthians 4:2; Colossians 1:10)

Gratitude is an attitude of being thankful, even when we do not see what we have. This is an aspect of worship, expressing to God and others how they have benefited our lives by showing their support and benevolence. (1 Corinthians 4:7; 1 Thes. 5: 18)

Responsibility is to know and do what God and others expect. (Romans 14:12)

Contentment is the attitude of accepting whatever God provides for us, and being happy with it. It does not seek what we do not need for gratification, and does not find happiness in the shallow things of life. (Rom. 9:19–21; Philippians 4:10–13; 1 Tim. 6:6–9)

Generosity allows us to give to others because God has given abundantly to us. It is the wise use of stewardship and the attitude that all I have belongs to God and knowing we are the caretakers for His purpose. (Deut. 16:17; Matthew 10:8)

Purity & Holiness is being set apart for God’s use, which is holiness in action. It does not allow us to be contaminated nor interfere with others in our growth and relationship in Christ. (Matt. 5:8; Philippians 4:8; 1 Tim. 1:5; 1 Tim. 5:22; James 4:8)

Confidence helps us rely on the Lord for all things in our life. It will enable us to push forward in the direction that we are called because He is governing. It makes us realize we are not responsible for the results–only the obedience. (Philippians 4:13)

Encouragement will lift, support, and help others up through difficult circumstances, all from God’s perspective. (Psalm 119:28; Psalm 143:3; Matt. 3:17; John 14:1; 1 Thes. 5:11–14)

Availability is being willing to adjust our own schedule, agenda, and plans to fit the right desires of God and others. It makes personal priorities secondary to the needs of God and others. It is to reflect God’s priorities so we are always available to Him and others when we are serving. (Mark 1:17–18; Acts 16:10)

Attentiveness will recognize the value of other people by giving them listening ears, respect, courtesy, and total concentration. This means paying attention to others, not just listening to our own needs and desires, and also giving genuine contemplation to God’s Word. (Hebrews 2:1)

Wisdom truly desires the knowledge of God’s Word and the proper application to our life. This will enable us to make good judgments and decisions. (1 Kings 3:9; Psalm 119:97–98)

Compassion will feel the pain and plight of others. It will enable us to convey a deep feeling of love and concern that moves us to meet their distresses, struggles, and needs. (Job 29:13; Isa. 40:11; Mark 1:41; Luke 19:4; 1 Peter 3:8)

Enthusiasm will enable us to overcome disappointments and setbacks, so we can be positive, optimistic, and keep up our interest, attitude, and zeal, even when things are harsh. (Matt. 5:16; Rom. 12:11; Gal. 6:9; Col. 3:23)

Initiative will take the front position to recognize and do what needs to be done before being asked to do it. (Prov. 22:29; Philippians 3:14; Philippians 4:13–15)

Diligence allows us to operate with our best for His highest with excitement and passion in order to complete our work and call from the Lord. (Prov. 10:4; Rom. 12:11; Colossians 3:23)

Thoughtfulness considers and gives attention and care to others and their feelings first. (Philippians 2:4)

Efficient is being well organized, competent, and resourceful so we can make the most of every situation, doing our best and seeking better ways. (Psalm 90:12; Ephesians 4:23; Ephesians 5:15– 16; 1 Pet. 4:10)

Discretion keeps our minds and focus on sound judgment, giving serious attention and thought to what is going on. It will carefully choose our words, attitudes, and actions to be right for any given situation, thus avoiding words and actions that could result in adverse consequences. (Psalm 112:5; Proverbs 22:3; Rom. 12:2, Rom. 9; Rom. 14:19, Rom. 22)

Optimism will think the best of and be positive with people and all situations, even if later proven wrong. (Luke 21:18; John 16:33; Romans 8:25; Romans 28)

Obedience is submitting to do what God requires of us. It is also recognizing the authority and direction from others, such as the pastor and church, so we can create winning situations. (Deut. 13:4 ; Prov. 19:16; John 14:14; John 15:14; 2 Corinthians 10:5)

Reverence is recognizing and respecting people, not just because of their position and authority, but as brothers and sisters in the Lord, regardless of their personality, knowing He loves them too! (1 Peter 2:13–14)

Agreeable finds Biblical solutions and support for others, without compromising truth. (Amos 3:3)

Appreciation gives God our heartfelt thanks as a lifestyle of worship and adoration. This allows us to give to, and value others with respect. (Romans 12:10)

Avoiding anger is the knowing of its destructive force and striving to maintain “cool” and serenity. (James 1:19)

• Being a Good Example is not allowing your relationship with Christ to become hypocritical, since people see your example as to what a Christian is! (1 Pet 2:21,22; 1 Pet 2:12,15,17)

Childlike Faith is the wonder and awe of what Christ did for us. It is something that we should never lose. Let us maintain our enthusiasm and not become just a subculture or routine! (Matt. 18:2–4,34)

Commitment is being dedicated and pushing ahead as well as being satisfied with what you have. It is vowing to honor and be the best with what God has given of spiritual and material things. (1 Timothy 6:20)

Communicating is being willing to convey thoughts, attitudes, feelings, and actions to others in a kind and listening manner that reflects Christ. (1 Timothy 4:12)

Conviction is devotion to and following of the precepts of Scripture with zeal, whatever the cost. (Daniel 1:8)

Cooperativeness is the support and willingness to work together in peace, unity, and harmony. (Eph. 4:3)

Creative is being resourceful and imaginative in using the best of the goods and talents we have been given to serve the Lord. (1 Timothy 4:14)

Diligenceis the loving of our call and the pursuing of our work, doing our best for His glory. (Colossians 3:23)

Dependableis always being reliable and trustworthy. (Colossians 1:10)

Determination is the ability to make difficult decisions and accomplish God’s goals based on the truths of God’s Word, regardless of the opposition. (Psalms 119:30; 2 Timothy 4:7,8)

Deference is being willing to bend personal freedom for the respect and esteem of others. (Romans 14:21)

Devotion is aligning personal desires, plans, worship, and hope with God. (Colossians 3:2)

Discernment is the ability to see people and situations the way they really are with of neutrality and justice, while also being cautious with right timing and actions. (1 Samuel 16:7; Proverbs 19:2)

Discreet is the ability to not bully people with our personality or actions, or even with sound and right opinions. It is giving serious respect, attention, and thought to what we say and do. (Psalm 112:5)

Discipline is upholding and continuing a consistent and well-ordered life through godly obedience, regardless of how we feel. (1 Timothy 4:7)

Decisive is sticking to right and just decisions based on God’s perfect will. (Romans 12:2)

Not to swear or slander is refusing to verbally hurt others! (James 1:26)

Endurance is the inner strength to remain in Him with staying power in order to accomplish God’s will. (Galatians 6:9)

Fearless is facing down peril without being stupid. Sound mind is being bold since God gives us strength. (2 Timothy 1:7)

Flexibility is being open to others plans and ideas and willing to be instructed and challenged to change for the better. (Colossians 3:2)

Godly Priorities is choosing to follow Scriptural precepts as the primary important schedule and value for life. (Matthew 6:33)

Godliness is being pious, which is rearranging our priorities to line up with God’s character. (3 John 11)

Grace is elegant simplicity and calm that minimizes crudeness. (Psalm 94:11; James 4:6)

Guidance is a willingness to help others to apply the precepts of Scripture in everyday and difficult situations. (Proverbs 27:9)

Harmless is not willing or deliberately hurting anyone or anything. (Heb 7:26)

Honest is being truthful and doing what is sincere and right before God and others. (Heb 7:26)

Hospitality is a willingness to share, with discernment, what God has given us, including our family, home, finances, and food. (Romans 12:13)

Integrity is the obedience to a moral code of values that have honor, truth, and reliability. It will allow one to keep his word and do his best even when no one else is looking. (Psalm 78:72)

• Just is doing what is fair, moral, impartial, and right, according to God’s will. (Genesis 6:9)

Loyalty is remaining committed to those whom God has brought into our lives and has called us to serve, even in times of difficulty. (Proverbs 17:17)

Meekness is not about being weak! It is strength under control, which yields personal rights and expectations to God. (Psalms 62:5)

Merciful is demonstrating more forgiving and gracious kindness than the world requires. (Luke 6:36)

Patience is the fortitude to accept from others difficult situations that we do not like. With God, it is trust of His timing, and not giving Him a deadline. (Romans 12:12)

Perseverance is not being faint with our call, but being able to persist and continue to deal with stress so we can accomplish what God calls us to. (Galatians 6:9)

Persuasiveness advocates God’s Word to others so they can be changed in their thinking and can conform to His will. (2 Timothy 2:25)

Prompt is not holding others back with our inadequacies; it is respecting the time of others and being able to act quickly when God and others call on us. (Ecclesiastes 3:1)

Prudence is not being a prude, but implementing and applying good, logical, and just judgment to situations that will help in avoiding error and problems. (Proverbs 13:6; Proverbs 22:3)

Purpose is in knowing who we are in Christ and acting it out with our call. That is, devoting our life, Spiritual gifts, abilities, and call so it can bring out the best in people and situations. Our meaning of life will have eternal treasure and results. (John 15)

Respectful is being polite and courteous to the people, and the civil authorities God has placed in our life. (1 Thes. 5:13–14)

Security is trust and reliance upon God for our daily needs. This is not laziness, but working with God’s values, and organizing our life around God’s Will with an eternal outlook in mind for a secure feeling. We are safe because of God’s protection. (Proverbs 29:25; John 6:27)

Submissive is, with awe and reverence, surrendering and yielding our will and plans over to God’s guidance. (Ephesians 5:21)

Self-Acceptance is realizing we are deeply loved and accepted by Christ, thus, we can accept us. To love others we have to love ourselves as Christ implies for us to. Self-hatred is not Biblical! Self-Acceptance will allow us to accept unchangeable physical features and situations that God has made, to allow us to focus on the more important things in life such as character. (2 Corinthians 12:9–10)

Selflessness is the altruistic giving of ourselves to others, as Christ gave Himself to us. (Titus 2:14)

Sensitivity is exercising kindness and compassion so we can go beyond just reason and logic to perceive and respond to others. (Romans 12:15)

Servant Leadership is exercising real godly leadership as Christ did, by His taking a towel, influencing, equipping, and empowering people to accomplish God’s purpose and plan. (Luke 22:26)

Sincerity is earnest honesty that is readily doing what is right, with pure and loving intention. (Joshua 24:14; 1 Peter 1:22)

Success is not what the world says is achievement; it is to know and faithfully follow God’s Will and His Word. It is our obedience, not our numbers or measurements! (Matthew 25:21)

Suffering is not sought, but when it happens, it is d allowing it to turn into a mold to allow us to be made for the better as “Christ hath suffered” makes us better. It is not a personal attack, rather it is a means to get our attention to make us better, more useful, stronger, and to understand what takes place in others. (1 Peter 4:1–19)

Supportive is to come along side others, sharing our strength and courage in their afflictions and troubles. (Galatians 6:2)

Tactful is being considerate, delicate, and diplomatic with other’s feelings and ideas, doing, and saying the right thing. (Colossians 4:6)

Teach is to share our insights and what we have learned with others, to disciple them. (Matt. 7:28; Matt. 28:19–20; John 7:16; Mark 4:2; 2 John 1:9)

Temperate is to have self-control so we do not lose control and give in to lust and extremes of society’s ills. (Titus 2:12)

Tolerant is being forbearing and patient with others, even when they are different or weaker. (1 Thes. 5:14)

Thoroughness is careful diligence that carries out our call with our very best for God’s approval. (Ecclesiastes 9:10; Colossians 3:23)

Time is the moments in which we either burn or live for His glory. It is the opportunities we have to live, serve, learn, and grow. In so doing, if we invest wisely, we will produce eternal treasures. If not, it will go to waste. (Psalm 90:12)

Understanding is the ability to reason and comprehend situations. (Psalms 119:34)

Virtue is holding onto the principles of moral excellence that calls us to a higher level where few people desire to go, but as a Christian, we must go! (Col. 3:12–17)

Zealous is maintaining our enthusiasm for our faith and call, not allowing our church or us to fall into a rut of meaningless rhetoric. (Luke 2:49; John 2:17; John 8:29)

44 thoughts on “60 Character Traits of Christ

  1. Danielle Harris

    this is great im writing t5his down so i can go to school with a Jesus Christ set mind

  2. Vanessa

    it is actually 97 character traits. Thank you for this list, I copied them down by hand since my printer isn’t working (tiring). I am so glad that you have bible verses as a reference.

  3. DANIEL

    I think this list is not right. We need to leave the law of the old testimate and stop living by rules. Now because of Jesus we don’t live by rules but live knowing that because he died we live; not because we follow the rules. Jesus Christ has saved us!

  4. Joe

    Jesus the is the Word, He is God and the spokesman of God. Jesus is ” good ” and He is a good ” giver ” to us humans. He created everything ( Jn 1:1–3), including law. He is organized which takes rules of order to operate. As it is written, He came to fulfill the law not one jot or tittle will not be missed (Mat 5:18 ). Symbols of the old testament are changed but it is the same rule which will always be as it was in the old testament and forever will be – Matthew 22:36–40 (NASB)-
    36 “Teacher, which is the great commandment in the Law?”
    37 And He said to him, ” ‘YOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD YOUR GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART, AND WITH ALL YOUR SOUL, AND WITH ALL YOUR MIND.’
    38 “This is the great and foremost commandment.
    39 “The second is like it, ‘YOU SHALL LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF.’ ( Jn 13:34 – 11th commandment)
    40 “On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets.”
    Jesus is our example for you and for me of how to follow the ” law “.

  5. Anisa Derrer

    Hello there: thanks for using time of creating up this facts. I at all times seek to additional my comprehension of points. Regardless of whether I consent or disagree, I like facts. I keep in mind the previous days once the only supply of important information was the library or the newspaper. They equally appear so archaic. : )

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  7. Brenda

    You are absolutely right that JC died so that we may live. However, true freedom requires laws/rules. Imagine America without laws against murder and stealing. Rules help us to set goals to lead praiseworthy lives and avoid undesirable consequences. You should read “Satan’s War on Free Agency”. Great book!

  8. BRIAN

    i think as believers, especially if new believers, we should read through all the gospels and write down ourselves the characteristics of Christ. Basing them off of what he actually did and said while he was alive and teaching.

  9. Bisrat

    It is amazing colection &vry important for me, specialy the verses corsponds.

  10. Mel

    Just entered my 26th year in the Lord and what a long, arduous journey it has been! Just recently came the long-awaited, hungry entering into His rest phase of my
    journey. And also reaching the apprehension and true
    grasping of ‘not I, but Christ in me’. All this to say that
    all these character traits of Jesus listed here absoulutely
    cannot be achieved through our self efforts (the flesh).
    Only by crucifying the flesh daily and by choosing to
    walk in the Spirit can the life (traits) of Jesus be manifested in our daily lives. I had to learn this through
    25 years of leaning on ‘things’ to comfort me and give me peace. Never happened. So take heed by brothers and
    sisters. Grace and peace to all.

  11. Nicholas E.

    This is exceptional work, it’s really give you an insight of Christ without actually reading the bible. This kind of information should encourage everyone to crack open and read the bible, give it the opportunities to expand your world.

  12. aldric

    Just stopping by to say i love you guys with the same eternal love that jesus loves me with. We shouldnt argue, otherwise someone will feel rejected…

  13. Maree Belen

    Thank you for this site, and all the scriptures and qualaites set out for the Savior Jesus Christ. I really appreciate it.

  14. Lisa Johnson

    You’re right, we’ve been REDEEMED from the law, however, we have not been absolved from it. People usually say that when they dont want to follow the rules…interesting comment.

  15. Believer

    Faithful is missing. Jesus trusted God enough to allow the
    Roman soldiers to take him captive, strip him naked, make fun of him, beat him, and crucify him for three hours and then he allowed death to come to himself.

    I think about Why. Jesus must have such great faith in God. To be a being of heaven and be willing to leave your place and come down here and live on this cruel hard Earth. To then give so much, and fickle people that we are, humans, would reward such goodness with chanting for his death.

    He still had faith in God and he still loved us, even in our worst moments.

    Jesus is awesome. He had such faith in God he let it all happen. I want to try to have such faith, but would be afraid of the trial it takes to get there. Imagine being thrown in prison and beaten today, and then being given the opportunity to get out of it by recanting, and then trying to overcome that temptation, and then if you did, you are hung to die for three hours and ridiculed and maybe even beaten again. What person that you know, including yourself, would voluntarily give up everything, house,home,family,place in community,respect,job, job possibilities, and children to voluntarily go through what Jesus did?

    Thought provoking-is it not?

    It shows what fair day Christian’s we are to not want to risk the comforts of this life for the life Christ led. And I do count myself first in line to my own grief. I have heard jail and torture are terrible.

    Jesus sure showed a lot of faith in God. Please add faith to your list.

  16. William

    To say there are no more laws is a deception. The New Testament says, “For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23). So what is sin? Sin is breaking God’s commandments. To say there is no more moral law against stealing, lying, or adultery is what Satan would love for you to believe.

    The death of Jesus didn’t do away with God’s eternal law. It did away with the Mosiac laws of ceremony. God’s 10 commandments are the same law that rules heaven and all of His creation. You need to cover your sin in the blood of the Lamb by repenting and forsaking. God bless.

  17. Ben

    Jesus I love you. You are my healer my savior. I confide in you. Help me strengthen my faith.

  18. Devassy

    Christ is perfect character in flesh – Son of God, perfect example for mankind – Son of man, He is the heart wish of God – Son of God, Perfect knowledge – Teacher, Perfect dedicator – Lord, Provider of peace – Comforter, perfect love – Emptied Himself to Flesh and touched every heart who has human thoughts.

    Accepting Christ with whole heart, we are risking our worldly life but gain eternal life. We may loose everything in this world except perfect peace. Only Christ gifted peace in this world of turmoil.

  19. GERTRUIDA

    EXCELLENT!! GOD BLESS YOU!
    BLESSINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA: THE COUNTRY FROM WHERE THE LOVE OF CHRIST FLOWS OUT TO AFRICA

  20. Ken.

    The more I know him the more I wanna be like him…lol

    Truly God is Love,Peace,Kind,Loving,Caring,Forgiving,Graceful,Powerful,……………………………………………………………………………and more that he is infinite in every loving and……gd way..lol Christ…

  21. Jerett

    The book of Ether is from the book of Mormon. Sneaky LDS.

  22. Dillon Lee

    I love this. I have read the Bible over and over again every single night and I just want to be more like Jesus and by reading His word, I can. But this flat out explains how to be more like Jesus and it depicts specific scriptures from the Bible where it demonstrates a certain trait that Jesus had and how we should examine ourselves to see if we are truly walking like Jesus and this is an awesome way to do that. So I am following each trait one-by-one each day.

  23. Josevata

    Thank you for blessing me with those traits.Stay BLESSED!

  24. Dillon Lee

    This is awesome. I read the Bible, but along with the website I get a clearer understanding of how to be more Christ-like. Thank you and God Bless!

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  26. Anita

    I am an atheist and I respect a lot of the wonderful characteristics Jesus reflected. Sadly, I hate what people have done over time to corrupt the message he intended to teach. Thank you for creating this lovely website and adding references at the end of each point.

  27. John

    Thank you for posting the character traits of Jesus. I find them very helpful. I believe that the individual traits listed cannot typify who Christ is, but it’s a good starting point.

  28. haileab debru

    I’m so happy to looke Jesus christs characteristics clearly b/c its source of. My life so may God bless youuuuuuu

  29. Joshua

    im really blessed by this and my eyes has been opened to some truths in God’s Word…these are what are expected of believers.

  30. Isaac Hernandez

    These facts are what we should all be like… but Jesus is much more than what this says. He is ALL POWERFUL, ALL LOVABLE, MY GREAT REDEEMER, HE IS THE SON OF GOD. Whe should mention all of His characteristics, especially to those who are hungry to know who He is.

  31. sandeep

    @joe, yes i do know that ‘YOU SHALL LOVE THE LORD YOUR GOD WITH ALL YOUR HEART, AND WITH ALL YOUR SOUL, AND WITH ALL YOUR MIND.’

    but we cannot fulfill the law,the only person who can fulfill the law is JESUS CHRIST , and jesus being obedient to his father on the cross he fulfilled the law,

    The rich man who showed up before jesus, who was self boasting about his deeds and actions, but the lord who looked at his heart and said one thing is short in your life

    the law always condemns,but the grace always bless us

    for we are righteous by faith through grace,not by law

  32. Jalena Walker

    THANKS FOR THE TIME AND EFFORT YOU GAVE TO COMPILE THIS INFORMATION. IT WILL HELP ME AND OTHERS MOVE DEEPER INTO THE AGAPE LOVE OF GOD AS WE PRAY FOR CHRIST TO BE FORMED IN US INCREASINGLY USING THESE CHARACTER TRAITS.

  33. bongai

    hey guys.. Plz get this thing ryt!! Dis is da list of charateristics which every Christian hv 2 possess, is nt a set or a list of laws which we xud obey, bt a friut of every person calling himself or herself a christian…

  34. kirk

    I think this information is great to have. In my opinion it can be a challenge finding peace in this life at times. Studying these traits of Christ and trying to implement them in ones daily life can truly bring a person more peace. Pondering these characteristics can also teaches a person to not have his heart set so much on things of this world, which is a challenge for most people. One of the greatest blessings in this life is to feel the love of Christ in my life. What better way is there to obtain that blessing than trying to be more like him each day. Although the list is not all comprehensive it is indeed a great resource and thank you for compiling it.

  35. Zakiya

    This is a 60 day challenge for me each day is New Fruit and a blessing for me.Each day I post a WORD/character trait to follow on my Facebook status and to GOD be the GLORY my friend’s are joining in promising to do the same.I THANK YOU for this .

  36. Net

    Thanks for the character traits of Christ. I was also searching the net for the term values. Christian Values are kindness.
    respect for all people, humility, honesty, generosity, self-control and moderation, forgiveness. Now I have definitions and scriptures.

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  39. Jhet Bugnay

    Thank you for the information… Now I can have a copy and have all the time to ponder on all of this… God Bless!

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