SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT

Our sermon ideas on the Fruits of the Spirit will help you preach a powerful message on the ramifications of spiritual transformation in our lives, which will lead us into Christlike virtues. It is through the words of Jesus in John 15:1-8 and the commentary of Galatians 5:22 that we find what transformation looks like. Prepare your messages on the fruits of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, long-suffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control with Fruit of the Spirit sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT SERMON OUTLINES

by Ernest Easley

Now for just a few minutes tonight, we're going to pick up where we left off last Sunday night inspecting fruit! Our own fruit! And of course the fruit I am talking about is the fruit of the Spirit. Now keep in mind before we begin reading, that there are not 9 fruits of the Spirit, but rather, this fruit has 9 facets! And every Christian has them, all nine! Remember: it is all of the fruit for all of the saints...

by Robert Walker

The first thing that comes to me is there must be upward fruit. Galatians tells us in chapter 5:22 the fruit of the spirit is love, joy and peace. The three prerequisite of showing a spirit filled life and spirit fill relations to God are the characteristic of love, joy and peace. That gives the Spirit fill Christian a state of being whereby...

by Jeff Schreve

John chapter 15, Jesus is talking to the disciples at the Lord's Supper at the Last Supper and Judas has already left and He is just with the true believers and He says this in verse 1, "I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser. Every branch in Me that does not bear fruit, He takes away; and every branch...

by Jonathan McLeod

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 (Galatians 5:22-23). Imagine how different our relationships would be if we were always people of love

by Joe Alain

Here are some things that God says about our relationship with Him: Read John 15:1-8. John 15:1-8 deals with the intimate relationship that believers share with Christ. We as God's branches are vitally connected to Christ. As a result, we draw our life from Christ - without Him we can do...

by Adrian Rogers

Take your bibles and turn please to Galatians, chapter five and then be prepared to turn to Exodus chapter seventeen, but first of all, the Galatians passage. I'm beginning to read Galatians chapter five, and verse sixteen. ''This I say then, walk in the spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh...

by Frank Damazio

Jesus gives us some ''fruit-full'' teaching in John 15. He develops the thought of the fruitful living union between believers and Christ. This is a living union. The vine, the branches, the vine dresser, and the fruit that remains are the topics in this section of Scripture. Vineyards are all around Jerusalem. If this teaching...

by Johnny Hunt

1 Cor. 2:14, ''But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God; for they are foolishness unto him, neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.'' ''Spiritually discerned'' means to be so gripped in the ways of moral darkness as to be part of it. They were not just in darkness, but darkness was in them...

by Dennis Marquardt

Once when I was babysitting for my Uncle Harold and Aunt Betty I found a wonderful bowl of fresh fruit on their dining room table. Being hungry and seeing such delicious looking fresh fruit I grabbed an apple and was going to bite into it when I suddenly realized that this was no real fruit...

by Stan Coffey

If you have your Bible tonight we are studying the book of Galatians and I want you to turn to Galatians 5 where last Sunday night we talked about the life of liberty and the life of license and the life of legalism. You don't have to get off on one extreme or legalism or to the other...

by Lenny Ports

This is now the third installment in our series ''UNCOVERED: Revealing the Truth of the Holy Spirit.'' On week 1, we uncovered the truth that the Holy Spirit is not a New Testament phenomenon, but He is a Person, the third Person of the Trinity, and His presence has no beginning and no end. He was present with the Father and the...

by Jim Perdue

The last time we studied Galatians, we looked at Galatians 5:16-26. We talked about how important it is to fight for your life. To win the war over the flesh. Paul has turned a corner in his letter. Previously, he had been dealing with the legalists and Judaizers and combating their false teaching. Now, he is showing the...

by Christopher Harbin

Salvation cannot exist without discipleship. There is no discipleship without fruit. A desire for salvation without commitment to Christ Jesus misses the whole point of faith, redemption, and salvation. Being saved does not begin with issues of eternity. It begins with the issues of living life according to the pattern of...

by Eddie Snipes

It's time to let go of the false image of an angry God. You are under the New Covenant of grace. It is a covenant, not a condition. A covenant is a binding agreement. God has put Himself under His own oath, which was guaranteed with the blood of Christ. That covenant can't be broken, for it is not dependent upon you. You are not the...

by Ron Dunn

The church is spiritual and supernatural in its ORIGIN and the church was intended and is intended to be spiritual and supernatural in its PERATION. When Jesus was giving last minute instructions to his disciples in John 14, He said, "I will not leave you comfortless...I will not leave you as helpless orphans." Now there was a good reason for...

by Jerry Watts

Consider this conversation between a farmer and his tree. FARMER:Good morning tree! How are you doing today?TREE: Just fine, farmer! My, isn't it a lovely morning? FARMER: Yes, it is. Except for one thing--where is your fruit? I see all your nice, green foliage and your sturdy trunk and root system, BUT WHERE IS YOUR FRUIT...

by Nelson Price

JESUS CHRIST, in speaking of trees said, ''By their fruits you shall know them'' (Matthew 7:20). You can know by the fruit whether a tree is good or bad. This illustrates lives. By observing the outward actions of an individual you can know the condition of the heart. The root determines the fruit. Many lives are...