Galatians 6

If a fellow believer is caught sinning, we are to guide them back towards the light of the Lord in love (John 13:34), as we ourselves may need guidance in the future. All we need do is to point them back towards God after confronting them about their sin, but we must be humble, not …

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Galatians 5

Christ has given us freedom without requiring us to earn it, we need only accept it. The idea of an act to "pay back" the infinitely valuable and unbuyable gift of freedom by Christ dishonors and insults that gift. The only acceptable response is joyfully living in the freedom provided, with a loving outpouring that …

Galatians 4

Jesus lived spotlessly under the Jewish law to free us from the bondage of it, we were slaves to an unwinnable and impossible way to heaven before adoption into the family of God by faith in Jesus Christ...Sonship is the freedom of relationship to God the Father in Jesus. I love how much is shown …

Galatians 3

Paul reveals the foolishness of the Judaizers thinking they needed faith in Jesus to start, but then had to back that up with reliance on human works to advance in life, instead of continuing to trust in the power of the spirit. There is a sermon series I've been reading on Galatians by John Piper for …

Galatians 2

Paul, Barnabus, and Titus didn't compromise on the truths in God's word – being our salvation through grace and grace alone. Titus confirmed the freedom from the old law since he wasn't compelled into the legalistic tradition of circumcision. There are things that I grew up believing as biblical truth that I need to go back …

Galatians 1

The lord came down to live in the world, and is aware of the trials, tribulations, and temptations it has to throw at us, having been tested himself by the devil while here (Matt 4). We know the world is Satan's domain, but the Lord came to deliver us from these evils. It is only …