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Is Your Life Producing Spiritual Fruit?

Fruit of the SpiritFinally! It’s Fall! Time for cooler weather, football games, and the annual harvest. So it’s a good time to evaluate the harvest of our lives. Are our lives producing the spiritual fruit God desires?

God intends for us, His children, to bear fruit. According to Jesus, when we follow Him closely our lives will produce “much” fruit (John 15:5). Many of us can quote the fruit of the Spirit from Galatians chapter 5 – love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control – but is the Spirit’s fruit evident in our lives? Are our lives producing an abundant harvest or are we in serious need of some spiritual fertilizer?

Whether we need some major pruning or just a little shaping up, all of us could benefit from studying and applying what God’s Word says about the fruit of the Spirit. For the next six Thursdays, you are invited to join me on an easy stroll through Galatians 5:16-25.

Fruit of the Spirit: Plant, Cultivate, and Grow is a 6-week blog-based Bible study that will help foster spiritual fruit in your life. Join me each Thursday through November 10!

I first ran this Bible study series on the Fruit of the Spirit about four years ago, but I know I need a refresher. Maybe you do too! The blog posts will be in a Bible study format. You can learn simply by reading the posts. But if you’d like to get more out of it, print the PDF version that will be supplies each week study and use it for your Bible study time. This series will take us into mid-November, so if you are not in a Bible study this fall, then this might be just what you need!

Each week as we study together we will Plant God’s truth in our hearts, Cultivate our own lives to receive that truth, and take action to help it Grow! Here are a few things we’ll learn in Fruit of the Spirit: Plant, Cultivate, Grow

  • What are the characteristics of a “fruitless” life?
  • What does it mean to “live by the Spirit?”
  • Just what is “fruit” anyway?
  • Am I “fruity?”
  • What should the fruit of the Spirit look like in my life?
  • How can I improve my harvest?

Even if you’ve studied the fruit of the Spirit before, this study will be different. Will you join me in this study? I’d love to hear from you. Let me know you’ll be joining me and where you’re from!

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