Holiness

Introducing the Fruits of the Spirit Bible Study

Do you need to learn to exercise the fruits of the Spirit more in your life? Do you wish you were more Spirit-led than flesh-led? Are you struggling to overcome an addiction? Then our next Bible study topic is for you! For the next 9 weeks we are going to be going through these two little verses in the book of Galatians that carry a lot of weight. FREE study guide included!

Do you need to learn to exercise the fruits of the Spirit more in your life? Do you wish you were more Spirit-led than flesh-led? Are you struggling to overcome an addiction? Then our next Bible study topic is for you! For the next 9 weeks we are going to be going through these two little verses in the book of Galatians that carry a lot of weight.

Galatians 5:22-23  But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.

Do you want to learn how to live out these verses? Not to just have them memorized but to actually dig in deeper, meditate on each fruit and learn more about what each word really means.

We don’t have to wishfully hope to become more loving, more joyful and more meek. We can make it a reality.

God’s Word isn’t just a book to be read but it’s a book that should change your life.

It’s time to apply the wisdom from the fruits of the Spirit to your life and learn to be Spirit-led, finally.

Join me on this journey!

Each week we will be dissecting each key fruit, learning it’s biblical definition and then finding practical ways to apply it to our lives. Slow progress is progress, we aren’t striving for perfection. Through His strength, we can learn to exercise these fruits and I can’t wait to start the journey with you!

What you’ll need:

  • Bible

  • Study Guide {free to all subscribers~just add your email into the box below to get yours!}

That’s it! I’ll see you next Monday when we take a deeper look into ‘love’!

Fruits of the Spirit Study Guide

Dedicated space to write out each biblical definition, along with the opposite behavior we want to avoid.

Journaling space to write out why this fruit is challenging for you.

  • Self-examination is critical to change. Take time to be honest with yourself and your pitfalls.

Concrete application steps.

  • In order to see the change you want to achieve, you have to write how you’re going to make that change happen. Apply each fruit of the Spirit to your own life in concrete steps!
  • Write out inspiration and steps to overcome your challenges.

Prayer.

  •  Each page ends with space for you to write your prayers out to the Lord for how each fruit impacted your life.

Verse page.

  • Each fruit will have a dedicated page of verses to memorize or simple meditate on throughout the week.

Do you need to learn to exercise the fruits of the Spirit more in your life? Do you wish you were more Spirit-led than flesh-led? Are you struggling to overcome an addiction? Then our next Bible study topic is for you! For the next 9 weeks we are going to be going through these two little verses in the book of Galatians that carry a lot of weight. FREE study guide included!

Are you ready to start studying the fruits of the Spirit?

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Gale
    March 7, 2017 at 11:11 pm

    I am interested in doing The Fruit of the Spirit Bible study.

    • Anastasia Safee
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      Anastasia Safee
      March 9, 2017 at 4:33 pm

      Are you subscribed? The email went out with the PDF download, let me know if you need any help downloading it.

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    Laurie
    April 2, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Is is possible to use this with my Bible study group. probably 10-15 woman. I haven’t seen it yet so don’t if it will work for me but I get so many emails I hesitate to sign up for more if I cannot use it anyway. Thanks

    • Anastasia Safee
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      Anastasia Safee
      April 4, 2017 at 2:58 pm

      Laurie, it goes hand in hand with the blog posts each Monday. If you had internet access when you had your get together, I’m sure you could make it work. If it’s an online group then I think you definitely could.

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