Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Summary

Being filled with the fruits of righteousness, which are by Jesus Christ, unto the glory and praise of God.

Bible References

Filled

Philippians 4:17
Not that I covet a gift: but I covet fruit abounding to your word.
Psalm 1:3
And he was as a tree planted by the streams of water which will give its fruit in its time; his leaf shall not fall away, and all which he shall do shall be prospered.
Psalm 92:12
The just one shall flourish as the palm tree: he shall become great as the cedar in Lebanon.
Isaiah 5:2
And he will dig it up, and he will free it from stones, and he will plant it with a vine of purple grapes, and build a tower in its midst, and he will also hew out a wine-vat in it: and he will wait for grapes to be made, and it will make wild grapes.
Luke 13:6
And he spake this parable: A certain had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came seeking fruit on it, and found not.
John 15:2
Every branch in me not bearing fruit he takes away: and every one bearing fruit, he cleanses it, that it might bear more fruit.
Romans 6:22
And now freed from sin, and subdued to God, ye have your fruit to consecration, and the end life eternal.
Romans 15:28
Therefore having completed this, and sealed to them this fruit, I will come away by you to Spain.
2 Corinthians 9:10
And now he furnishing seed to him sowing, and bread for food, furnish and multiply your sowing-season, and increase the fruits of your justice;)
Galatians 5:22
And the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faith,
Ephesians 5:9
(For the fruit of the Spirit in all goodness and justice and truth.;)
Colossians 1:6
Being present to you as also in all the world; and is bearing fruit, as also in you, from the day which ye heard and knew the grace of God in truth:
Hebrews 12:11
And truly every correction for the present seems not to be for joy, but grief: and later it returns the peaceful fruit of justice to them being exercised by it.
James 3:17
And the wisdom from above is truly first pure, then peaceful, decorous, docile, full of mercy and good fruits, not separated, and unfeigned.