If we understand how precious the gift of grace is, it becomes our responsibility to share that gift with others. Each day there are opportunities to serve one another and sow seeds that bring joy, but only if we are willing to extend the kindness and grace that God shows each of us. Join us in Discover the Word as we conclude our study on Galatians and see that, yes, it is all about grace.
No one is immune to temptation, not even Christians. So when a brother or sister in Christ gets caught up in sin, what can we do to help? In this chapter, you’ll discover how to address another believer’s sin in the spirit of gentleness.
When we accept Jesus as our Savior, our relationship with God is restored. But how should our new standing impact our relationships with other people? In this chapter, you’ll see how the “law of love” ought to direct the way we interact with one another.
There’s no shortage of volunteer opportunities, community service projects, and other opportunities to do good deeds. But if we do too much, we’ll eventually burn out. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to avoid growing weary of doing good things.
When you want to emphasize something in writing, you might bold it, underline it, or put it in all caps. And at the end of Galatians, Paul has an important point that he really wants to stress! In this chapter, you’ll consider the passionate conclusion to Paul’s letter about grace.
The moment before Jesus died on the cross, he declared, “It is finished!” Because in that moment, Jesus accomplished what we could never do for ourselves. In this chapter, you’ll be reminded of the foundational truth that there’s nothing you can do to earn salvation.