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.
Instructions are given for the observance of the 3 main feasts when Israel enters the promised land. The first 2 are looked at here.
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.
Moses continues to remind Israel what God expects of them when they enter the Promised land.
The blessings of the Year of Jubilee.
Are we born into the family of God or adopted?
Moses reminds the people of their responsibilities to the Lord in giving their tithes in the Promised land.
Israel will rise to dominance in the Millenium.
The Judaizers taught that the Law of Moses somehow did away with the promises of God to Abraham. Paul corrected that false notion.
Moses lists dietary restrictions again in this passage. Some possible reasons why.
Follow God's glory through the pages of Scripture.
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.
Are we to be holy just because God is holy? How important is it?
God calls out the injustice in Israel and provides Himself as the solution to their sin problem.
Paul deals with the subject of grace and law.