Blog Posts - Fruit Of The Spirit



{Hope for the Home} Linky Party: Fruits of the Spirit Summer Series!

Last summer I posted a series every Monday entitled "Making the Fruit of the Spirit Come Alive in Your Home" as part of our {Hope for the Home} series and I thought it would be fun to do it again this summer! Every Monday, I will post a lesson on on...
by Worthy of the Prize on Jun 3, 2013

{Hope for the Home} Linky Party: Fruits of the Spirit Summer Series!

Last summer I posted a series every Monday entitled "Making the Fruit of the Spirit Come Alive in Your Home" as part of our {Hope for the Home} series and I thought it would be fun to do it again this summer! Every Monday, I will post a lesson on on...
by Worthy of the Prize on Jun 3, 2013

E100: 82b – IN STEP

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the sinful nature with its passions and des...
by One Passion One Devotion on May 24, 2013

Growth is A Part of Life (Part 1)

Whether we like it or not, growth is a part of life. God created us for relationships–with Him and each other. In this process of life, every change and challenge that we walk through brings growth that produces more fruit of the spirit–l...
by Ann - A Friend of Jesus 2013 on May 23, 2013

Requirements For Pastoral Ministry Part 3

Requirements For Pastoral Ministry Part 3  This saying is trustworthy: “If anyone aspires to be an overseer, he desires a noble work.” 2 An overseer, therefore, must be above reproach, the husband of one wife, self-controlled, sensible, respecta...
by Laboring In The Lord on Apr 13, 2013

Gentleness and Self-Control for us Noisy Types!

As a mum in a busy, hectic household I must admit that I don’t always feel like I have much gentleness or self-control at times. I aspire to be the gentle, meek, mild epitome of a good Christian wife and mother, always measured, always calm, bu...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Apr 5, 2013

Faithfulness – Put Your Money Where Your Mouth is

How reliable are you? Do you usually do what you say you are going to do? Do you keep your promises? The Bible describes this as faithfulness and whilst it’s something most of us strive for, it can be easier said than done. When it comes to you...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Apr 4, 2013

Find Out What Pleases God

What pleases God? The journey of discipleship is trying to discover the answers to this question and making it a reality in our life. One of the common things that you hear men say is that it’s hard to know how to please a woman! It’s tru...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Apr 3, 2013

Intentional Kindness – It’s a Choice That Might Change the World!

The definition of kindness is the quality of being friendly, generous, and considerate. This is a way of life that is all about putting the needs of others above our own. In today’s world this is becoming increasingly counter-cultural. Bus...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Apr 2, 2013

Argh! – I Just Can’t Wait for God to Make Me More Patient!

Waiting for things can be really tough sometimes. As we mature to adulthood we learn the politeness of waiting patiently and quietly, but often our inner child still wants to behave like it’s Christmas Eve and we can’t wait for the dawn o...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Mar 28, 2013

Being a Mum is Stressful – How Can I Find Peace in My Day?

I never thought I was a person who got stressed easily until I became a mother! It would appear that even simple things can send my blood pressure rising and make me feel like screaming. I have shared with enough other mums to know that I’m not...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Mar 27, 2013

The Joy of Falling in Love is Good for Your Health!

Have you ever experienced the joy of falling in love? That moment when the doorbell rings and your stomach flips somersaults? The inability to concentrate on anything? The sudden affinity you feel with every love song that features on the cheesiest o...
by Essential Thing Devotions on Mar 26, 2013

Are You A Caregiver? What About Caring For Your Spouse?

I apologize for a lapse in blog posts recently.  I was functioning in the role of caregiver for close family members during the past two weeks.As I spent time out of town helping my sister recover after surgery, I began to reflect on what q...
by God Mission Possible on Feb 24, 2013

R E S P E C T ... Who Needs It? Part 2

God does not stipulate that my husband must be a believer to be respected.God expects me to reverence and honor my husband in my actions, words and thoughts, no matter the circumstance.  Ouch!“Familiarity breeds contempt” is something you mi...
by God Mission Possible on Jan 28, 2013

R E S P E C T ... Who needs it? Part 1

Some of you might identify with my sentiments here.  You might even agree with me in principle.  But more importantly – what does God have to say regarding the matter?Respect  can be defined as:  the act of giving particula...
by God Mission Possible on Jan 21, 2013

Are You a Healer?

It may seem like a gross understatement, but our world is sick on multiple levels.  Fractured relationships abound.  It doesn’t matter if you are talking about relationships between husbands and wives, parents and children, employers and empl...
by Living in the Reign on Jan 17, 2013

Default Procedures

"I need my own set of default procedures for when selfishness, pride, impatience, anger, or bitterness rear their ugly heads. Because in the moment I feel them, I feel justified in feeling them and find them hard to battle. But God’s promis...
by One Passion One Devotion on Jan 9, 2013

Spiritual Training

1 Timothy 4:8 “For bodily exercise profits a little, but godliness is profitable for all things, having promise of the life that now is and of that which is to come” In this age, the health benefits of bodily exercise are often emphasized to impr...
by Eden Life Magazine on Jan 7, 2013

Truth Through Personality 5

The preacher preaches, and so the preacher matters.  A personality that doesn’t reflect the fruit of the Spirit, the character of Christ, is a personality undermining the truth being proclaimed.  So let’s finish the list… Faithful...
by Biblical Preaching on Dec 10, 2012

Fruit of the Spirit Tree

Bubbly Nature CreationsA while back I posted about our Fruit of the Spirit Tree that I created to hang on our wall.  It was a great tool that we used to teach our kids about the Fruits of the Spirit, but we only used it for maybe a week at the most.
by Bubbly Nature Creations on Nov 5, 2012


Trending Topics

Close