Here I first revisit the law of sowing and reaping. Paul concludes the book by again condemning the Judaizers and proclaiming that he would glory only in the cross of…
Believers can sow to the flesh or sow to the Spirit. The fruit or graces of the Spirit should be evident in the life of one born again.
The conclusion of the 9 fruit or graces of the Holy Spirit that are available to every born again believer in Christ. Do these describe your life?
Ceaasing to do evil is important, but doing good is necessary as well. what enables a true believer to replace evil with good?
We, as born again believers, are invovled in a very real daily internal struggle between the flesh( the old Adamic nature) and the Spirit( the new divine nature).
The dangers of leaven in the church.
Paul challenged the Galation believers to stand fast in the liberty they had in Christ and not abandon grace and go back to the bondage of the Law.
Paul continues using 6 arguments to prove that salvation is by grace through faith apart from law. We will look at the last 2 here.
Are we born into the family of God or adopted?
The Judaizers taught that the Law of Moses somehow did away with the promises of God to Abraham. Paul corrected that false notion.
The Judaizers wanted Gentile converts to be placed under the Law of Moses. Paul had much to say about this as he begins the doctrinal section of his letter.
Paul deals with the subject of grace and law.
Paul's call and training were unique, but the Gospel was unchanged.
Paul exposes his critics, the Judaizers, in this portion of Galations. He insists that there is only one true Gospel and it's the one he is preaching.
Today we will begin looking at Galations verse by verse. This book is often called the charter of Christian liberty.