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Fruit of the Spirit: Summary

Fruit of the Spirit: Summary

The fruit of the Spirit are not “feel-good vibes” or moral must-haves. They result from a seismic worldview. They grow from faith taking root in our souls.

Fruit of the Spirit: Self-control

Fruit of the Spirit: Self-control

While self-control might sound like a call to perfection, at its core self-control values the gospel more than our desires of the moment.

Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness

Fruit of the Spirit: Gentleness

Gentleness as a fruit of the Spirit is not about being soft or timid. It involves humbly accepting what God gives without self-promotion or ambition.

Fruit of the Spirit: Faith

Fruit of the Spirit: Faith

Faith as a fruit of the Spirit is not a feeling or belief, but a transformative worldview based on four core convictions.

Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness

Fruit of the Spirit: Goodness

Goodness as a fruit of the Spirit isn’t doing random acts of kindness. Goodness is an active pursuit of what is right and holy in both speech and action.

Fruit of the Spirit: Kindness

Fruit of the Spirit: Kindness

Kindness as a fruit of the Spirit is not good deeds. Rooted in understanding God’s kindness, it’s intentionally acting to benefit others.

Fruit of the Spirit: Patience

Fruit of the Spirit: Patience

Patience as a fruit of the Spirit results from belief. We are longsuffering because we fix our hope on the promises of the gospel.

Fruit of the Spirit: Peace

Fruit of the Spirit: Peace

We typically think of peace as fruit of the Spirit as “peace of mind.” But most often Scripture speaks of peace as unity among believers.

Fruit of the Spirit: Joy

Fruit of the Spirit: Joy

Scripture teaches believers have joy as a fruit of the Spirit in the middle of struggles. Joy is confidence based on hope.

Fruit of the Spirit: Love Part 2

Fruit of the Spirit: Love Part 2

Scripture teaches a second aspect to love as a fruit of the Spirit which concerns how believers relate to each other as a church and community.

Fruit of the Spirit: Introduction

Fruit of the Spirit: Introduction

The entire argument of Galatians in one podcast! Understanding the themes of Galatians is the foundation for our study on the Fruit of the Spirit. Knowing the context surrounding the list is the crucial first step.

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