Seeds of Truth: John 15:5
I am the vine; you are the branches. Whoever abides in me and I in him,
he it is that bears much fruit, for apart from me you can do nothing.
John 15:5, ESV
What does the imagery of the vine and branches mean to you? How do you abide in God? What does bearing fruit mean to you? How do you know when you’re bearing fruit? Have you ever tried to accomplish things for God without His help? What happened? How does abiding in Him make a difference in your life?
How can you use this verse in your writing:
- What kind of nonfiction piece can you write?
- What tips would you offer in a how-to article?
- What story can you tell in a personal experience piece? What take-away value can you give?
- How can you use this verse to inspire fiction?
- How can you use this verse to inspire poetry?
- Do you know someone who lives out this verse? Can you interview them and write a personality profile on the?
- How can you explain this verse to children? What kind of children’s story can you write? What kind of nonfiction piece can you write for children?
- What kind of devotion can you write on this verse?
- How can you apply this verse to writing about marriage, parenting, singleness, relationships, work, sharing your faith, character, serving God, finances, prayer, etc.?
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