Contributed on Aug 10, 2015
Man would never write a book about how sinful and wretched he is. The Bible will always point us to our need for a Savior, and Paul reminds the church in Galatia of this critical fact that many of them have seemed to have forgotten!
Contributed on Nov 3, 2015
Do we live like a new creation because of what Jesus has done; or are we still trying to win the approval of the world? Paul's conclusion to Galatians is an encouragement to all believers to devote themselves fully to living only for Christ.
Contributed on Oct 5, 2015
We cannot go back into a life of slavery (mainly because we would enjoy our sin). Do we wish to become slaves again? If not; we need to listen to the Word; to not be a slave; we need to live completely for Christ ... in total submission.
Contributed on Aug 17, 2015
In our lives, will we praise the Lord because of what He’s accomplished? This is Paul’s urging to all of us: to live in a way that honors God. When we do, God gets the praise and not us … because it’s not about us.
Contributed on Aug 31, 2015
If we could get what we need from God in any other way … If there was anyway else we could earn favor with God … Christ’s death is meaningless. Are we willing to do whatever it takes to show people what they need?
Contributed on Sep 8, 2015
Jesus + NOTHING ELSE = Salvation. If something else is needed, His words “It is finished” are incomplete, and more is required to redeem God's creation. It has always been about Jesus, and our words/actions must points others to Him!
Contributed on Sep 21, 2015
We are no longer slaves to the world; but heirs with fully to submitted to Christ. It is in this knowledge that our actions must be focused and guided daily as we lead others to Him.
Contributed on Sep 28, 2015
We ought to be able to show the world Who we serve by our actions and our words. Therefore, how we live our lives for Christ must be focused on Him, always.
Contributed on Oct 28, 2015
Paul is compelled to write these words to a church that needs to change. The challenge here today is doing an honest gut-check: do we live eternally for Christ – or for our own glory and recognition?