Part 3: The Gospel's Order
Series: Lighten Your Load: Learning to Walk in Freedom - A Study of Galatians
Key Passage: Galatians 2:11-21
Speaker: Ben Taylor
If someone asked you who you were, how would you answer?
Study Read Galatians 2:11-21
Observations? Questions? What was most interesting to you?
Why would Paul include his confrontation with Peter in this letter?
There is a right order to the Gospel. Religion says, “I obey, therefore I’m saved. The Gospel says, “In Jesus, I’m saved, therefore I obey.” Discuss the great differences between the two. What does each belief tend to produce? Why?
When Paul says he died to the law, he means he died to it as a way of being saved. When we accept Jesus, what things do we need to die to as a means of justifying ourselves?
Fill in the blank: Only when I see myself completely loved and holy in Christ will I be able to ___________________________________.
How would you explain the difference between being moral and being a Christian to someone who thinks being good makes them acceptable to God?
How could you motivate yourself and other Christians with less guilt and more with the gospel?