Sermons on Galatians
Galatians 6:9-10. Finish well! Press on in your Christian faith.
Galatians 6:7-8. You reap what you so is not only a philosophical truth, it is a biblical truth as well. That doesn’t mean we are saved by works, but it does mean that we will all, believers and unbelievers alike, will come before the Lord and give an account. These judgements are totally different from each other, but they are both judgements.
Gal. 6:2-6 Believers are to be a people concerned about reconciliation and restoration within the body. If a brother sins, we are to be quick to restore him in a spirit of gentleness. But then what? Once restored, we are to carry each others burdens out of a heart of love for one another. What does this look like?
Gal. 5:26-6:1 A proper self assessment has impact on how we relate to one another within the body of Christ.
Gal. 5:19-25. What does it look like to walk in step with the Spirit? If the flesh opposes the Spirit and the Spirit opposes the flesh, what do each produce, so we can know where we stand?
Galatians 5:16-18. How do we live the Christian life considering we have no more power in and of ourselves to keep the law now, than we did before we were saved.
Galatians 5:11-15. Paul points out the truth that the message of the Christian gospel is an offense as it is preached. We must be ever so careful that as we preach we don’t seek to remove the offense within the gospel itself. This gospel is offensive to sinners, but it is the only message that saves. Paul also pushes the believers to live in lite of their salvation. Not to allow the freedom we have in Christ to give room…
Gal. 5:7-12 Believers, led by the ministry of the Holy Spirit, will respond to the truth and correction, while false teachers and false converts will continue toward judgement.
Galatians 5:4-6. If we have been set free from the law, what role does the law have in the life of the believer? Is the law of any relevance to the Christian. Paul’s warning of the error of legalism needs to be taken seriously, but that is not the only error we can fall into with regards to the law, we must also guard against pushing into antinomianism.
Gal. 5:1-3 Why would a believer ever go back to the law as his hope?