- Paul’s letter to the Galatians tends to be under-appreciated because it deals with issues that can seem to be less relevant than the other epistles, and it contains arguments that can be challenging to navigate. Despite these challenges, the letter to the Galatians is not only needfully relevant, it is also incredibly rich in unique lessons that equip us to understand the freedom we have through Jesus Christ. In this lesson, we consider Galatians 1:1-10 and draw lessons from Paul’s jealousy for the freedom that God had granted these Christians through the gospel. The first in a series in the book of Galatians.
- Speaker: Bryant Bailles
- Passage: Galatians 1:1-10
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