Paul wrote this corrective letter to the church in Galatia because the believers were being fooled by legalistic Jews in their understanding of grace; they were thinking they could add to God's grace and gain His acceptance by keeping God’s ceremonial laws that He had given to Jews. Paul was teaching them and us as well that we are justified by faith alone and not by anything we can do.
This series of messages is a verse-by-verse exposition of the book of Galatians by Gordie Hunt, a teacher at Kootenai Community Church, and were preached during our Sunday Morning Worship Service. Click here for more teaching by Gordie Hunt.
Four questions regarding what it means to be justified through faith. An exposition of Galatians 2:15-16.
Keeping the gospel message of one in Christ pure. An exposition of Galatians 2:11-14.
What is required for a person to be saved according to Paul’s gospel message to the Galatians? An exposition of Galatians 2:1-10.
Here in this passage, Paul continues to defend the fact that God called him to be an Apostle, chosen to represent Jesus Christ. The main theme of this passage is that ...
In this passage, Paul defended his message as not coming from man but instead coming from direct revelation of Jesus Christ, and he also defended his apostleship as be...