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The Fruit of the Spirit 


What is the fruit of the Spirit?

John 15.2: "Every branch that is in me, and that bears no fruit, he cuts it off, and every branch that bears fruit, he cuts it off, that it may bear more fruit."

Definition: conjugal work of the Word and the Spirit that leads to the new birth of the one who is a disciple of Christ.

Galatians 5.22: "The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, temperance, the law is not against them. Those who belong to Jesus Christ, we crucified their own nature with their passions and desires. "

If anyone loves the world, he can not love God. In the flesh are the material things, the sins, and the illusions of the enemy. A believer without fruit is a lifeless believer: a religious. He who repents receives a new life, because God has saved us "by the blood of his cross". It's a new nature! The believer is made partaker of the divine nature. He loves God, he enjoys the law of God, he finds joy in hearing about Jesus, he loves his Savior. These are the traits of this new nature that God has given him. We grow by Christ and not in religion.

Matthew 7.17: "Every good tree bears good fruit, but the wrong tree bears bad fruit, a good tree can not bear bad fruit, nor a bad tree bears good fruit, the bad tree that bears bad fruit is cut off. and thrown into the fire. "

The Holy Spirit operates the new birth in the disciple's heart, in his inner man. There is thus an intimate link between faith and birth by the Spirit. He who believes in the Son receives this new life in repentance. In our journey by the Holy Spirit, our soul is renewed, we become the tree that bears fruit. The LORD is the source and it is through the Holy Spirit that he enlightens us.

Psalms 1.1: "Blessed is the man who does not follow the counsel of the wicked, who does not stop in the path of sinners, and does not sit with mockers, but who finds pleasure in the law of the wicked. Eternal and meditating day and night, it is like a tree planted by a stream: it gives its fruit in its season, and its foliage does not wither. "

You want to live a pleasant life to God and bear fruit? Stay closely connected to Jesus as the branch is linked to the vine. Let us understand that separate from the Lord, we will not bear fruit. There will be no result. When one speaks of abiding in him, it means first, to believe that Jesus is the son of God. Second, make him your Lord and Savior. Third, obey him. Fourth, have faith and persevere. And finally, love even those who are the most difficult.

John 15.4: "Abide in me, and I will abide in you: the branch can not bear fruit by itself, without remaining attached to the vine, so will you if you do not abide in me. You are the branches, and the one who dwells in me and in whom I live bears much fruit, for without me you can do nothing. "

Conclusion: Salvation is free, but learning will require your entire existence. Faith is based on the Word of God to identify with the cross of the Lord Jesus. We crucify our old nature by renewing our thoughts, we die to ourselves to receive new life in Christ. Attracted and refreshed by the Holy Spirit, we are the consequence of our entire future. Walking by the Spirit is a process, it is to let the Lord give us the strength to reject evil and to do good, we realize it every day! This learning lasts all our life and makes grow this fruit, which is interior, but which nevertheless is seen. The fruit of the Spirit is not described in the form of rites or religious traditions, but is based on moral virtues, such as love, joy, peace, fidelity, and so on. The fruit of the Spirit is the result of a life of sanctification that leads us to follow Jesus, our basic model.

Jeremiah 17.7: "Blessed is the man who trusts in the LORD and who puts his hope in him, he is like a tree planted by the water and spreads its roots to the watercourse. he does not see the coming of the heat and his foliage remains green, he does not fear anything and he does not stop to bear fruit. " Amen!