Free “Fruits of the Spirit” Lessons

God’s grace has been so good to allow me to study, compile and write so many things this past summer and I would like to share these to all who may benefit for the glory of God. Most of these are for my parents’ school, the Prince of Peace Integrated School in Antipolo City, Philippines.

The Core Values are based on the Fruits of the Spirit as envisioned by my mom, the school directress and founder of PPIS.

PPIS CORE VALUES

The Memory Verse Booklet is good for a whole school year and the weekly lessons to go with each verse is still a work in progress.  (Note: I’ve actually revised the memory verses and chose shorter ones as the original were quite lenghty) The lesson plans are designed to be adaptable from pre-school to high school, and the coloring pages are taken from various sources in the internet. I will be adding the new lessons to this page from time to time.

FRUITS OF THE SPIRIT

Lesson 1 Part 1: Love (John 3:16) God loves us

Lesson 1 Part 2: Love (Matthew 22: 37) The 2 Greatest Commandments

Lesson 1 Part 3: Love (1 John 4:7) God is love

Lesson 1 Part 4: Love (Luke 6:31) The Golden Rule

Lesson 2 Part 1: Joy (1Corinthians 13:6) Joy is loving the truth

Lesson 2 Part 2: Joy (Psalm 37:4) Delighting in the Lord

Lesson 2 Part 3: Joy (Nehemiah 8:10b) The Joy of the Lord is our strength

Lesson 2 Part 4: Joy (Psalm 33:3) Seven ways to praise God

Lesson 3 Part 1: Peace (Isaiah 9:6) Jesus the Prince of Peace

Lesson 3 Part 2: Peace (Matthew 5:9) Blessed are the Peacemakers

Lesson 3 Part 3: Peace (Psalm 46:10) Be Still and Know that I am God

Lesson 3 Part 4: Peace (Psalm 34:14) Seek Peace and Pursue it

Lesson 4 Part 1: Kindness (Romans 12: 13) Kindness is caring for other people’s needs

Lesson 4 Part 2: Kindness (1 John 3:18) Kindness is love in action.

Lesson 4 Part 3: Kindness (Galatians 6:2) Kindness is bearing each other’s burdens.

Lesson 5 Part 1: Patience (Hebrews 6:15)  PATIENCE is not easy, but we need to be patient and trust God.

Lesson 5 Part 2: Patience (Isaiah 40:31) PATIENCE is waiting on the LORD with hope in our hearts.

Lesson 5 Part 3: Patience (Psalm 37:7) PATIENCE is putting our trust in God.

Lesson 5 Part 4: Patience (2 Peter 3:9) The Lord God has been patient with mankind.

Lesson 6 Part 1: Goodness (Matthew 5:16) Shining for Jesus

Lesson 6 Part 2: Goodness (Matthew 1:21)  The Good News is Jesus

Lesson 7 Part 1: Faithfulness (1 John 1:9) God is faithful

Lesson 7 Part 2 Faithfulness (Hebrews 11:1) What is faith?

Lesson 7 Part 2: Faithfulness (Romans 10:17) Faith in the Word about Christ

Lesson 7 Part 4: Faithfulness (2 Corinthians 5:7) We walk by faith, not by sight

Lesson 8 Part 1: Gentleness (Proverbs 15:1) Gentle means being humble

Lesson 8 Part 2: Gentleness (1Kings 19:12) The Spirit’s Still Small Voice

Lesson 8 Part 3: Gentleness (Titus 3:2b) Being considerate

Lesson 3 Part 4: Gentleness ( Matthew 11:29)Gentleness: Being considerate

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6 thoughts on “Free “Fruits of the Spirit” Lessons

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    • Thank you for the encouragement! May the Lord be praised! Will update this series soon. The artworks are mostly free stuff on the internet and I put the image sources at the bottom of the pages for reference. I’m currently working on another series this year and will also post it. May they serve their purpose in building up God’s Kingdom. Be blessed!

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    • Hello Sir! I sincerely apologize for not being able to give proper credit to whatever artwork I’ve used here — I honestly didn’t think about that when I made the coloring pages or any other material found here. I haven’t even visited my own blog for several months and haven’t been able to update it too since we had our littlest boy more than 2 years ago, and with our 4th one due next week I really have no time to blog again even if I wanted to. My intention in creating this blog was simply to document our homeschooling and at the same time share anything that I’ve also used in teaching kids to whoever may find it useful. As much as I would want to go back now and identify the said artworks to give credit where it is due, I really have no time to do so. If my use of your artwork has offended you, I probably would also offend others that I’ve also copied from as well and I really don’t know what is the best thing to do at this point. But thank you for pointing out my mistake, I really do apologize. What would you suggest I do, Sir? Should I just take down the blog?

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