Sermons

The Blessing of Abraham

Galatians 3: 14 The blessing of Abraham is the promise of the Spirit. It is so important that we get Jesus right that God has given us His Holy Spirit so that we do. Greater confidence in Jesus and greater love for Him is the proof of the Holy Spirit in our...

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Consider Abraham

Galatians 3:6 Considering the great promise that God made to Abraham, “in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed,” (Genesis 12:3) we need Paul’s direction to consider Abraham. In the scripture, Abraham is a type of faith: tested, tried...

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He Works Miracles

Galatians 3:5 A miracle is a work done by God on behalf of a person by means otherwise beyond the reach of that person. Many don’t believe in miracle but all from time to time need a miracle. Start asking believers if there are miracle and see what answers you...

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Made Perfect

Galatians 3:3 What Paul says in this verse radically changes the way we understand and practice the Christian faith. How do you answer Paul’s question? Are you made perfect by the flesh?

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Among You

Galatians 3: 1. 5 Among You. This easily missed phrase consisting of one preposition, (among) and one plural pronoun, (you) strategically placed only in these two verses in Galatians points to the communal nature of the Christian life is not private. Each Christian is...

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He Who Supplies the Spirit

Galations 3: 5 Wherever the Holy Spirit is received there is fullness and overflowing abundance. Where in your life is His abundance visible? Where in your life is there need for His supply?

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Did you Receive the Spirit?

Galatians 3:2 Having established the primacy of justification by faith, Pail now establishes the primacy of the Holy Spirit. The answer that Pail expects to his question is “yes”. Continuing to say “yes” to the Holy Spirit is the growing edge...

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Further Clothed

The desire to be raised from the dead, in the same manner as was Jesus is a work of God in the life of all who have faith in Jesus Christ.

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I Died, That I Might Live

Galations 2:19. The Scriptures completely redefine what it means to live and die. We cannot possibly expect to follow the lord or enjoy His benefits without a thorough reorientation of our understanding in these important matters.

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