Freedom

A Study in Galatians

Freedom; Begotten and Beloved

Sermon 7 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians series • October 15, 2017 • Jim Johnson

To be a son brings sorrow to some, joy to others. But to know that we are sons of God should bring immense joy (even to the females among us) Paul explains in our passage.

Freedom: A Life-Changing Promise

Sermon 6 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians series • October 8, 2017 • Todd Malone

Chapter 3 opens by showing that we need the gospel to live the Christian life. This raises a question of the role of the Law in God’s plans. Paul turns to that next in Galatians 3.

Freedom: Are You So Foolish?

Sermon 5 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians Series • October 1, 2017 • Todd Malone

Introduction In Galatians 2:11-21 Paul rebuked Peter for acting as if Jesus’ sacrifice was not enough. Then Paul defended that justification must be by faith. In Chapter 3, Paul continues by showing the ongoing need for faith.

Freedom: Out of Sync

Sermon 4 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians series • September 24, 2017 • Slade Rinehart

The gospel is the foundation of the Christian faith. A Christian believes and cherishes the gospel. Unfortunately, since we are sinful people, it’s all too easy to get out of sync with the gospel in our daily living.

Freedom: A Different Unity

Sermon 3 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians series • September 17, 2017 • Todd Malone

Galatians 1:10-24 established that Paul’s message was true because it came from the Lord, not men. In 2:1-10, Paul shows that church leaders affirmed his message, resulting in a remarkable unity.

Galatians: Prove It!

Sermon 2 in the Freedom: A Study in Galatians series • September 10, 2017 • Jim Johnson

There are literally thousands of religious beliefs that people subscribe to. How can we be sure that the Gospel that Paul preached is really true?

Galatians: Distorting the Gospel

Freedom: A Study in Galatians • September 3, 2017 • Todd Malone

Galatians is a call to freedom – especially freedom from trying to earn God’s acceptance. Unfortunately, many Galatians were tempted to leave behind their freedom. The same is true today.