Sermons on Galatians
Life has a way of forcing us into new seasons and stages of life. Sometimes we go willingly and other times we go with a fight and in those times God meets you in that moment and is speaking over you.
In light of all the broken promises we experience, it is a wonder we trust anyone at all. So how do we trust a God that makes improbable promises to us? How are we suppose to respond to him? Follow along in the story of how Abram puts his trust in God and his promises.
No one sins out of a sense of duty. People step outside the boundary because they believe there is more joy, more happiness, more satisfaction in the sin than the obedience. What would happen if we sought God in the midst of this?
Community is hard work and often messy. Paul says to the church in Galatia, “don’t give up on it!”
Listen to this week’s sermon to find out what you do with your freedom. You are from sin, not free to sin.
Do you know who you are? We’re not talking about who your driver’s license says you are. But do you know your identity as a child of God and how that impacts your life? Knowing you identity changes provides confidence in your destiny!
Paul is “astonished” by a young group of believers- but not in a good way. His response to them gives us one of the most powerful explanations of how we are saved by faith in Jesus.
Intersections require lots of caution and attention to navigate safely. Communication in marriage is tricky intersection that a lot of people crash in. Here are some helpful ways to be successful.