Join us this upcoming Lord’s day as we finish out the last three virtues in the Fruit of the Spirit: Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Self-Control. We will examine how these flow from love as well as reflect God to a broken world.
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?”
Galatians 5:1-6 is part of the climax of Paul’s letter addressing the evils of Judaizers while promoting the Gospel of Grace Alone, Faith Alone, Christ Alone. In contrast to circumcision and ritual, Paul declares that Christianity is about Faith working through Love. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we examine and learn from the preaching of God’s word.
In Galatians 4:27-31, Paul continues his allegory connecting Judaism and Jerusalem of his day to Hagar while comparing the church to Sarah to show that this was always the intention, that persecution is part of the package, but the eternal benefit transcends the suffering. Join us this upcoming Lord’s Day as we hear the word of God proclaimed.
Galatians 4:21-26 is said to be one of the most difficult passages of Scripture in the New Testament where Paul categorizes all of humanity into one of two groups. Either they are slave-children of Hagar/Sinai under the Covenant of Works, or they are free-children of Sarah under the Covenant of Grace. Come join us this Sunday as we unpack these verses in their historical context and see why Christ is all that matters.