Tag Archives: Galatians

Two Favorite Commentaries on Galatians

We finished our three and a half month journey through Galatians this past Sunday morning, and it has been life-changing for me. Paul’s relentless attack against legalism has cut into my own self-righteous soul every week, and the Gospel-grace he … Continue reading

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Life as a Church in One Verse

It would be hard to find a better description of what life together in the local church ought to look like than Paul’s imperative in Galatians 6:2: “Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.” This side … Continue reading

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What would we know about the Holy Spirit if Galatians were our only Bible?

I found this post from Pastor Ray Ortlund to be very thought-provoking earlier this year. He posed the question, “What if Philippians were our only Bible?” He proceeded to give an impressive list of truths about God and the Christian … Continue reading

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The Freedom of Sons is Best Enjoyed among Brothers

As I have worked my way through Galatians for our Sunday morning expositions, there have been some thrilling moments in the quiet of private study as the truth of God’s grace in Christ has dazzled my soul. But as rich … Continue reading

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Believing Justification When We Don’t Feel Justified

There is often a gap between how we feel about our standing with God, and what God has told us in the Gospel. He has declared us to be righteous, he has declared us to be his beloved children, he has … Continue reading

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Standing in Freedom Against the Devil

Preaching through Galatians means the Gospel-joy of the Reformation lasts as long as the pastor’s sermon series does! Paul instructs us in Galatians 5:1, “For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm, therefore, and do not submit again to a … Continue reading

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True and Inestimable Freedom

What freedom? Not the freedom given us by the emperor, but that with which Christ has made us free – freedom from God’s everlasting wrath. And where is this done? In the conscience. Our freedom stays there and goes no … Continue reading

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