Good Fruit Week 3 Study Guide

Reflection Questions

Read Galatians 5:22-23 and Isaiah 26:3

  1. When in your life have you experienced peace? What did it feel like?

What common misunderstanding do we make when it comes to God’s peace?

  1. Do you tend to be more of a peacekeeper or a peacemaker? Do you tend to be a conflict avoider? If so, why?
  2. In what areas are you experiencing the peace of God in your life right now? In what areas are you lacking peace? What’s different about these areas of your life?
  3. How are you seeking peace right now? Are you depending on others for peace or are you bringing the peace of God into your relationships and interactions?
  4. How can you better practice walking in God’s peace? How can you display it to others?

Memory Verse

“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”—Philippians 4:6–7 (NKJV)

Prayer Guide

Holy Father, thank You for committing to making us holy! Even though we are so broken, You saved us through Your son Jesus. That makes us holy just by His sacrifice, but You didn’t stop there. You commit to transforming our hearts more and more every day. I ask that You continue to make me more peaceful as I try to live in Your peace and share it with others. Help me to practice peace in the community You have given me as a way to honor You and love my neighbors. Amen.

This Week

Practice peace today! Whether it be sharing words of encouragement with another person or doing an act of service despite your tiredness, ask God to show you something you can do today to practice peace.

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Danny Saavedra

Danny Saavedra is a licensed minister who has served on staff at Calvary since 2012, managing the Calvary Devotional and digital discipleship resources. He has a Master of Arts in Pastoral Counseling and Master of Divinity in Pastoral Ministry from Liberty Theological Seminary. His wife Stephanie, son Jude, and daughter Zoe share a love of Star Wars, good food, having friends over for dinner, and studying the Word together as a family.