In a world of hurry, we need to slow down, listen for God’s council, and experience the freedom we have in Christ.
The law of old is not gone. Today it abides side-by-side with our faith in Christ.
As God’s children, our goal should be to glorify our father and enjoy Him forever. We can only do this by allowing Christ to live in us, and through us.
Without Christ, we are slaves to the law. With Christ, we find our freedom as we put our self-life behind us.
Paul reminds the Galatians of the importance of being fearless in our pursuit of grace over law.
In Paul’s introductory letter to the churches in Galatia, he lays a firm foundation of his reliability and authority to preach God’s message – a message we can still rely on today.
An introduction to the book of Galatians and the Gospel of Grace.
As Jacob is coming to the end of his life, he blesses his sons and passes on his hope for eternal life.
Grandparents can have a great impact on their grandchildren, far beyond their “earthly estate.” They have the opportunity to impart valuable spiritual truths that have been learned over a lifetime.
As Jacob cherished and blessed his grandchildren, so we are called to value our grandchildren as the crowns of our later years.