Sermons on Galatians 4 More sermons: Galatians 4
The Gospel: Preaching with Compassion
Shared by: Brad Beaman on Nov, 2015
Summary: The Galatians responded to the gospel, grew in their faith and had a close relationship with Paul. For some unknown reason after receiving their freedom in Christ they took a turn back to bondage. They started following the regulations of the law.
Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: Spiritual Formation is a Community Pr
Shared by: David Taylor on Jan, 2014
Summary: Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: Spiritual Formation is a Community Project
A New Family
Shared by: Tom Fuller on Oct, 2011
Summary: Are you happy with the family you grew up with? Chances are you aren't and that even now your vision of family is tainted. But what if you could have the perfect family and perfect relationships? Believe it or not, it is possible, with a family you have b
Till Christ be Formed in You
Shared by: Carl Allen on Jun, 2010
Summary: Paul’s spirits here reminds us that there must be a gentle side to every faithful servant of God. No matter how serious the doctrine he may have to defend or how corrupting the immorality he may have to expose, he dare not lose his sensitivity and compas
AN APPEAL OF LOVE
Shared by: Dennis Davidson on Jul, 2009
Summary: There are many church, synagogue & mosque members today devoted to rituals & rule-keeping. They are living in religious bondage. They need to hear that spiritual freedom is possible only through the grace of God in Jesus Christ.
True Christianity: Three Distortions in Christianity
Shared by: Andy Payne on Apr, 2009
Summary: There are forces at work undermining the Christian faith. Paul suggests that the forces seemingly come from within our Christian faith.
7 Habits of Highly Effective Lovers
Shared by: C. Philip Green on Mar, 2009
Summary: This message illustrates the 7 habits of highly effective lovers through the relationship Paul had with the new believers in Galatia. In essence, if we want to be a highly effective lover, we must demonstrate grace in all our relationships.
Back to Slavery or Forward to a Christ filled life
Shared by: James Tetley on Feb, 2006
Summary: BIG IDEA: The formation of Christ in us should be our life’s desire and work BIG RESPONSE: To see the formation of Christ as our TOP priority