Sermons on Galatians 3 More sermons: Galatians 3
What do you worry about? and What worries you about what you worry about?
Shared by: Dean Courtier on Aug, 2014
Summary: What do you worry about? and What worries you about what you worry about?
Series: Forward in Faith 2013
The Law and the Promise
Shared by: Robert Leroe on Jun, 2014
Summary: Being “in” Christ means we live in the One who is the driving principle of our lives, and we’re brought together into a new family as heirs of God’s promise through the adoption of grace.
The Ground is Level at the Foot of the Cross
Shared by: David Dykes on Sep, 2013
Summary: The Old Testament gave favored status to the Jews and considered Gentiles unclean. But the New Testament teaches that the ground is level at the foot of the cross.
I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Grace
Shared by: Michael Blitz on Jul, 2013
Summary: We can grow casual about God's Grace, and we can think we can earn it. Grace is examined by looking at the Christians in Corinth and in Galatia, and examining their differences and similarities in how Paul writes to them.
Series: RCL Year C Proper 7 (12)
Great Grace and Freedom #7: On Bacon, Shrimp and Tattoos
Shared by: Chris Jordan on Apr, 2013
Summary: God’s primary way of relating to His people is through His covenant of promise. The law was given to show us how guilty we are, not to make us right in God’s sight.
The FULFILLMENT of the KINGDOM of God in the MYSTERY of TITHE.
Shared by: Herbert Armstrong Bosantog on Jan, 2013
Summary: TITHE is the KEY for LONG-LASTING ABUNDANCE and TRUE PROSPERITY! How much more if Jesus CHRIST became the TITHE for us? There shall be JOY and PEACE in EVERY ASPECT of your LIFE (School, Job, Business, Career, FAMILY, etc...). And it shall STAND FOREVER.
Shared by: Tim Smith on Mar, 2009
Summary: Peter had been raised to believe one thing only to find it wasn’t true. Peter had always thought God was an exclusive God, for the Jews only, that Gentiles were second-class who didn’t deserve God’s attention like the Jews did. But now, Peter sees h
Shared by: C. Philip Green on Mar, 2009
Summary: This message seeks to free believers from a performance mentality in their relationship with God. We are free, because we are loved. We are free from the pressure to perform, because God already accepts us as His full, adult sons and daughters in Christ