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  • Freedom's Cross Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Mar 1, 2017

    If you want to be free from the pressure to perform and impress others, don’t seek to impress others with yourself. Instead, just be impressed with what Christ has done for you on the cross.

    Once upon a time an old man and his son were on their way to market. The old man was leading a donkey and the boy was walking behind when they went through the first village. There, the people called the old man a fool for not riding the donkey, so he climbed up on the animal’s back. In the more

  • What Really Counts Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Nov 29, 2015

    We are told what really counts. Paul closes the letter to the Galatians with his own hand and using large letters. It would be like using bold print in an email. It is his way of saying pay close attention to this section of the letter.

    Some things are simply more important than others. When you receive junk mail do you give it the same importance as priority mail? I use a different wake up call system when I have an early morning appointment that is really important. I may set two alarms if I do not want to be late under any more

  • Live Because Of Christ Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell 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.

    Live because of Christ Galatians, Part 13 Galatians 6:11-18 Introduction - Recap from last week: - Sunday we took a look at 10 applications of this letter to our lives -- These applications give us great insight to living for Christ -- There is much to gain here from Paul’s more

  • Boasting In The Most Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Aug 19, 2014

    The only thing worth boasting about is the cross.

    Boasting In the Most Text: Gal. 6:11-18 Introduction 1. Illustration: George W. Truett, a well-known Texas preacher, was invited to dinner in the home of a very wealthy oilman. After the meal, the host led him to a place where they could get a good view of the surrounding area. Pointing to the more

  • Boasting In The Cross Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Aug 19, 2014
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    Paul concludes his Epistle by summarizing his arguments and by glorying in the Cross, which makes us free.

    Free at last! Galatians is all about freedom…but if we’re not careful we can abuse it. Freedom is not a license to sin. Nor is it a lack of responsibility. New Hampshire’s motto is “Live free or die.” Our motto as Christians should be “Live holy or more

  • The Centrality Of The Cross

    Contributed by Allan Kircher on May 1, 2014

    Every year around Easter time, people typically focus/cross.

    Pastor Allan Kircher Shell Point Baptist Church 23 March 2014 Gal. 6:11-16 The Centrality of the Cross Goal/message/Hope/Cross/Today • Learn how/make/cross central in our lives • we can experience/power, peace/mercy • Comes through a relationship with Christ. In more

  • The Gospel Frees Me To Give Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Jan 30, 2014

    Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: The Gospel Frees me To Give

    Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel: The Gospel Frees me To Give Galatians 6:6-18 We are finishing our Galatians series today, “Standing in the Freedom of the Gospel,” looking at 6:6-18. I want to tie together the theme of giving and grace. I read an interesting observation more

  • One Cross: Three Crucifixions Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Sep 6, 2013

    What does it really mean to be crucified with Christ?

    INTRODUCTION One of the reasons some Christians keep changing churches is that they can’t seem to get along with anyone. Maybe they don’t like the preacher or the minister of music, or the deacons. A ship captain sailing through the South Pacific saw smoke rising from a little more

  • Perseverance Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jul 15, 2013
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    Perseverance is needed in one’s walk of faith.

    Galatians 6:7-16 "Perseverance" INTRODUCTION One of the most difficult times, for parents, is when they need to give their children the ability to make decisions on their own and experience the consequences of their decisions. There are a lot of prayers that go up at this time. Parents more

  • Life Led By The Spirit

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jul 5, 2013
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    The Galatians (and we) may desire specific orders about how to live our lives (which the law provides), but God calls us to a life led by the Spirit, and we cannot know exactly how that will look.

    We humans are sort of a funny bunch. Many of us love the thrill of the unknown. We like to take a good opportunity whenever it presents itself, even if that may mean changing our plans entirely. Young adults, those in my generation and younger, are notorious for waiting until the last minute to more

  • What Is Your Greatest Boast? Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jun 18, 2013

    This is the last sermon in the Galatians series. It covers verses 11-18 and then reviews the lessons learned in the whole book.

    Introduction: A. Today is Father’s Day, and we want to wish all of the fathers among us a Happy Father’s Day, and we pray that God will bless you with the wisdom, love, and strength needed for blessing your children. B. Let me ask you a question: Have you ever found yourself more

  • The Stark Contrast Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Dec 5, 2011
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    The contrast between the old nature and the new couldn't be more stark as we finish up our study in Paul's letter to the Galatians. The question we all have to face is: where is our treasure, in this legalistic age, or in God's kingdom?

    Galatians is all about the contrast between the old nature and the new, legalism and Spirit-life. As we finish up the book today we’re going to see that contrast in stark relief so let’s look for it as we finish chapter 6. As we talked about the fruit of the Spirit in chapter 5, we more

  • Let Us Not Grow Weary Of Doing Good

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 7, 2010
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    This is how we live as God’s people. 1.) We help restore those caught in sin. 2.) We help carry one another’s burdens. 3.) We support our pastor and the work of this congregation. 4.) We do what is good.

    Intro Why do we as a people want to support public schools, various health programs, water and sewer services, and Social Security? You might be thinking, “Well, it’s because I have to pay taxes.” Or on a day like today, July 4th, you might say that you are doing your patriotic duty as an more

  • What Motivates You

    Contributed by Martin Wiles on Sep 10, 2010
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    Adopting certain attitudes will motivate us to more faithful service.

    WHAT MOTIVATES YOU? GALATIANS 6: 11-13 INTRODUCTION What is it that motivates you each day? Maybe you work for someone else. What motivates you to get up and go to work? Perhaps it is the paycheck you know you will receive or that you know your family has needs. Maybe your parents instilled more

  • The Most Important Thing

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Aug 29, 2010
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    When we're tempted to focus on lesser things than the cross of Christ, Paul's closing argument in Galatians is a helpful reality check.

    Yesterday 15 of us from this church gathered to pray and then to go out into the community. 12 in total went out and 3 stayed back both to pray for the teams that went out and to prepare a remarkably yummy lunch for the team on its return. We went out in teams of 2, and we went out for one reason. more