Galatians 6:11-18

(Galatians 6:11-18) - Boast in the Cross As Paul wraps up this letter, he makes a point to let the people know that he himself penned this letter, an evidence of how important these truth were to him. If Paul had a sight problem, as many suppose, then his use of an amanuensis (scribe) was …

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Galatians 6:1-10

(Galatians 6:1-10) - Fulfilling the Law of Christ. Walking in the Spirit is the only way to live the life that Christ wants us to live. Paul has explained the difference between the fruit of the flesh and the fruit of the Spirit, in the hopes of helping the Galatians see which theology produces true …

Galatians 5:16-26

(Galatians 5:16-26) - Roots and Fruits Our actions can be traced back to one of two places: the Flesh or the Spirit. And for us as humans, the only way to know which one is by seeing the fruit. Why? Because we don’t have the ability to see the heart. Only God does. Man looks …

Galatians 5:7-15

(Galatians 5:7-15) - Leveraging your freedom The diversion from truth that happens in Christians does not happen because God leads us astray. Our hearts are idol making factories God is always calling us into greater joy and freedom. This false teaching that was permeating throughout Galatia was also permeating the hearts of the people. That’s …

Galatians 5:1-6

(Galatians 5:1-6) - For freedom Christ has set you free. Said a different way: the whole reason Christ worked to set us free is so that we would actually live in freedom! Christ didn’t set us free so that we could go back and live lives of slavery and bondage to the law. For those …

Galatians 4:19-31

(Galatians 4:19-31) - An allegory of two women. Paul’s desire was for the Galatians to have Christ thriving in their lives. There was some obvious frustration in his heart that they were being torn down, and he wanted to go and be with them in person so that he could speak differently to them. But …

Galatians 4:8-18

(Galatians 4:8-18) - “Now that you have come to know God...” Coming into the family of God necessitates life change. The Galatians were guilty of buying into the lies of the Judaizers (people who added to the Gospel, specifically, requiring adherence to Jewish law). Paul’s desire is to reveal what true freedom in Christ entails. …