Is there justice in this world? Are there repercussions to our actions? Is there grace for those who have sown to wickedness? In Galatians 6:6-8 is Paul’s famous declaration, “Be not deceived. God is not mocked. What a man sows, that will he reap.” Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine all this in light of Christ’s historical resurrection.
Following on the heels of Paul’s exhortations for conduct in the Holy Spirit against the flesh, he presents a set of guidelines for how to deal with sin and contention in the church in Galatians 6:1-5. Counter intuitive, elegant in their simplicity, and incredibly effectual; join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we explore how the breaches created by sin are mended in love.
In Galatians 5:24-26, Paul speaks of the nature of Christian life and what it ought to be. Christians have crucified the flesh with passions and desires. They walk in the Spirit. They are not to provoke or envy. What do all these have in common? Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we explore the beauty and challenges of these verses.
In Galatians 5:22, Paul lists the first six fruits of the Spirit. The second set is patience/long-suffering, kindness, and goodness. Join us this upcoming Lord’s day as we explore and unpack what these heavenly attributes are and how they are developed in the hearts of God’s people.
In Galatians 5:22, Paul describes the Fruit of the Spirit first in terms of Love, Joy, and Peace. What do these mean? And are these the same as the love, joy, and peace found in the world? Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we begin this famous passage of God’s Word.
In Galatians 5:19-21, Paul presents a list of “works of the flesh” that he clarifies is not exhaustive. These are things that are an offense to God and are part of this fallen world. But what are we meant to do with this list? Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine the nature of Sin in light of the Gospel.
Paul’s tone softens in Galatians 5:13-18, drawing the audience in to hear what it is to follow the truth. Paul calls them to love one another, to serve one another, and to walk in the Spirit. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine what it is to Love, Serve, and Walk in the Spirit as God has called us.
In Galatians 5:7-12, Paul turns the focus on those who have corrupted the church and even speaks of the weight of judgment that lies upon them over those deceived. This draws us to examine the nature of our assumptions and the need for the Holy Spirit. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine the question, “Who hindered you?”