More in this series
As we look at the second chapter of Galatians, we’re going to discover how to experience… or re-experience… that something more in our relationship with God. Paul describes what that “something more” is, and that’s what we’ll look at today.
Paul called the Galatians “foolish” because they had been given this wonderful gift of life by the grace of God, and then, instead of living in his grace, they were trying to move forward through their own human effort.
In the Galatians 4 Paul talks to us about freedom, more specifically how to step into the freedom that is ours in Christ. Join us today as we discover Paul’s counsel encouraging us to step into the freedom that is our in Christ.
I have no doubt that everyone here has experienced firsthand the conflict of dueling natures that goes on in the life a believer. Let’s call it what it is, The Inner Civil War. The desire to do right is all too often shadowed by the desire to do wrong.
This is the final message in our series on Galatians. In today’s chapter we see that along with the freedom that we have been given in Christ, comes a responsibility.