Galatians

Series Outline for "Galatians"

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The Centrality of Christ

Christ is central to the Gospel and true life, and we must proclaim Him as Paul did. Read More...

The Life of Freedom in the Spirit

Our life of freedom in the Spirit is one of personal responsibility and mutual care, looking forward to our final reward. Read More...

Keeping In Step with the Spirit

As those made alive by the Spirit, we must keep in step with the Holy Spirit, developing a close, personal relationship with Him. Read More...

Walking by the Spirit

The Spirit enables us to live a Christ-like life, helping us to overcome the flesh in a way the law never could. Read More...

Our Freedom in Christ

Christ came to give us true freedom, the ability to be who we were created to be – the image of God, serving others in love. Read More...

Children of Slavery, Children of Promise

Theme: The true seed of Abraham are those born of the Spirit and promise, while those trusting in law are merely slaves.

Text: Galatians 4:21-31

Reading: Psalm 87

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Paul's Ministry to the Galatians

Paul’s ministry to the Galatians provides an excellent model for Christians today as they lead others. Read More...

Heirs of God Through Christ

Through Christ, believers are the heirs of all God’s covenant blessings. Read More...

The Superiority of Promise Over Law

Theme: The law is inferior to God’s promise and therefore we should look to God in faith, rather than relying on the law.

Text: Galatians 3:15-25

Reading: Romans 4:13-17

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The Blessings of Faith

Through faith in Christ we are redeemed from the curse and receive all of the blessings of God. Read More...

Dead to the Law but Alive to God

We have died to the law but become alive to God, living a new life by faith in Christ. Read More...

Justification by Faith Alone

God declares us to be righteous, not because of our works, but because of the work of Christ in our behalf, which we receive through faith alone. Read More...

Paul, Peter, and Justification by Faith Alone

Paul had to rebuke Peter at Antioch because his actions were undercutting the heart of the Gospel of justification by faith alone. Read More...

Paul and the Other Apostles

Paul and the other Apostles were united in their understanding of the Gospel and supported one another in their call. Read More...

Paul - Apostle to the Gentiles

Paul was called as an Apostle to the Gentiles, and as such speaks with the full authority of Jesus Himself. Read More...

The Divine Nature of the Gospel

The Gospel of justification by faith alone was not of human origin, but was revealed by God directly to Paul. Read More...

The Unchanging Nature of the Gospel

The Gospel provides the only path to salvation, and it can never be altered. Read More...