Temperament is a person’s nature or whole manner of life – their thinking, feeling, words, actions and reactions – as revealed by their
characteristic behaviour. Some people are fickle, easily frazzled or upset, unpredictable, impetuous and often make unwise decisions. Other
people are steady, dependable, and levelheaded, through exercising self-control, tolerance and patience. A wise man fears God while a fool
is hot headed and reckless
(Prov 14:16,17; Eccl 7:9).
Am I exhibiting the character of Christ – Romans 8:29?
should reflect that of our Master and Lord, Jesus Christ, who always displayed the fruit of the Spirit (Gal 5:22,23).