But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.

Galatians 5:22 (NKJV)

The Apostle Paul instructs the Galatians to pursue a liberating life in the Spirit based on Jesus Christ's wonderful revelations rather than legalistically following the Law, which leads to bondage all over again.

We must remember that the focus of the Christian life is not to become a better version of ourselves, but to allow God's indwelling Spirit to produce a spiritually healthy version of us. In other words, because you are united in Christ, the Holy Spirit is growing the very character of God in your life.

God desires that our spiritual walk be so integrated into Christ that our Christian life is not fragmented in any way. Knowing this, you and I should refrain from making excuses like "I am not a patient person," "I cannot experience joy," or "I lack self-control." While we may lack certain character traits, God does not want our spiritual well-being to be based on our abilities (or lack thereof), but rather on His power at work in and through us.

God will make you fruitful if you remain faithful.

Through God, we become more like Jesus in our actions and behaviour. This is done through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit working in us to produce Christlike attributes—or fruit. When we talk about the fruit of the Spirit, we're talking about a single fruit that has nine divine attributes or characteristics. Among them are love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

When you truly rely on the Holy Spirit to do His work, you will produce these Christlike attributes that bring glory to God in an amazing and effortless manner. As a result, don't be disheartened if you haven't made the desired progress. Only believe, because, with God, all things are possible. If the Holy Spirit can form Jesus in Mary's womb, He can also make you fruitful in all things.