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Galatians 6:1

Galatians 6:1

No Christian should regard himself as super-spiritual or consider herself as superior or more highly favoured than any other child of God, for we are all sinners saved by grace, with no merit of our own.. and we are called to love one another with brotherly affection; to be kind, compassionate, hospitable and gracious towards one another - forgiving one another and honouring each other above ourselves. We are entreated to be devoted to one another in love and to read more...

Galatians 6:2

Galatians 6:2

Believers in Christ are fellow-members of His body, which is the Church. All are children of God and all have been born of the Spirit. All have been transferred from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of His dear Son. All have received eternal life as a free gift of God's grace, and all have been granted an inheritance, that is kept for us in heaven.

Each member of Christ's body is accountable to the Lord for the way we read more...

Galatians 6:5

Galatians 6:5

There are those that would argue that this scripture, which calls every man to bear his own burden, conflicts with an earlier verse that exhorts us to bear one another's burdens, and that it contradicts Peter's admonishment to cast all your burdens on Him, for He cares for you, OR the Psalmist's promise.. that if we cast our cares on the Lord, He will sustain us, because He will never let the righteous fall, nor allow us to be shaken. read more...

Galatians 6:6

Galatians 6:6

In the Old Testament, God’s chosen people had been taught to BRING non-Jews and outsiders into the camp of Israel. They were to proclaim the God of Israel as the only true Lord and Saviour. Gentile believers were to become Jewish proselytes, and were to be circumcised, adhere to the Law, participate in the feasts, keep the Sabbath day sacred, and worship the Lord in His holy Temple.

New Testament believers, however, have been instructed to GO, and read more...

Galatians 6:7

Galatians 6:7

As born again believers, there are well over two hundred privileges that we have been given, because we are children of God and members of Christ body. We have received a free a full salvation and have been quickened and made alive, by faith in Christ.

We have been washed of our filthiness, forgiven of our sin and will one day walk in white. We have been redeemed through His blood, redeemed from the curse of the law, redeemed read more...

Galatians 6:8

Galatians 6:8

The word, 'flesh' has many meanings, and can refer to different things, depending on the context.. but in this verse the word, 'flesh' is referring to the old sin nature.. the fallen fleshly egocentric nature, we inherited from Adam. In this passage 'flesh' refers to the old sinful self - 'the Old Man' as the Bible calls it.

Adam was the federal head of God's creation. It was the first creation - the old creation, which became read more...

Galatians 6:9

Galatians 6:9

The simple gospel of grace is to come to Christ and believe - and for we are saved by grace alone, and not by doing good works, lest any may should boast – but once we do believe and are saved, we should then become a true disciple and follow after Him, and take up our cross and follow after Jesus - for this is God's desire for all His children. If we are to truly grow in grace and mature in the faith, we are to do the good works that God has already read more...

Galatians 6:14

Galatians 6:14

Paul was passionate for His Lord and equally passionate that we understand and apply the truth of the whole counsel of God, but he knows that many will be tossed about by the chill winds of deceptive doctrines and that many false teachers and doctrines of demons will enter the church to confuse the flock; to lead astray and entice many to return to the path of legalism and worldly pursuits.

Paul wrote six passionate chapters read more...

Galatians 6:15

Galatians 6:15

Paul's emphasis in his Galatian epistle was that because we are saved by grace through faith, and not by works of the Law.. we are also to live by grace through faith, and not by religious rules, legalistic works or man's merit.

A huge transition had to take place in the early Christian Church. Up to Christ's crucifixion, those who believed God's word were looking forward to a coming Messiah. They read more...

Galatians 6:16

Galatians 6:16

The Galatians heresy was of deep concern to Paul, because Judiazers had entered the region, infiltrated the church community and discredited the true gospel of the grace of God, by substituting a false one, which demanded a works-based salvation, centered on the Mosaic Law, and not the true grace-based teachings of the Bible.

These false read more...