Spring 2019 Unit 2 Fruit and Gifts of the Spirit


Lesson 10 Pursue Christlike Virtues

May 5, 2019

Christians are called to become like Christ. 

The Lesson Overview

Today’s lesson focuses on Christlikeness. What does it mean to be Christlike? In what sense does a Christian appear Christlike, both inside and outside of church? How does the Christian become Christlike? 

Paul addressed such questions in his Epistles to the Romans and the Galatians. Included are both the principles of Christlikeness and their practical application. The believer is not called to live like Christ through personal effort, for that would be impossible. By yielding to the Holy Spirit, the Christian discovers that Christlikeness comes from God. He justifies and sanctifies us, and empowers us through the Holy Spirit. The end goal is that the believer will begin to think and act more like Jesus. 


Romans 12:1-21

Galatians 5:22-23



Romans 12:2 

Be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God (KJV).


1.  Devote Yourself to God

     Galatians 5:22–23; 

     Romans 12:1–8

          A. Bear the Fruit of the Spirit

          B. Living Sacrifice, Loving Service

2.  Live Fervently in the Spirit

     Romans 12:9–13

          A. Sincere Love

          B. Zealous Living

3.  Overcome Evil With Good

     Romans 12:14–21

          A. Godly Attitudes

          B. Godly Actions 


Daily Bible Readings

Monday:  Enoch Walks With God. 

Genesis 5:21–24

Tuesday:  Noah Finds Favor With God. 

Genesis 6:5–8

Wednesday: Moses Reflects God’s Glory. 

Exodus 34:29–35

Thursday: Walk With Jesus. 

Matthew 11:28–30

Friday:  Be Filled With the Spirit. 

Ephesians 5:15–21

Saturday: Always Do What Is Good. 

Titus 3:1–8 

 Radiant Life 

Volume 100 Spring Number 3 March - May 2019 Adult Student Guide. Scripture KJV. By Gospel Publishing House