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Galatians Summary Outline. Ch 1-2: Defense of Message and Messenger Ch 3-4: Grace-Faith versus Law-Works Ch 5-6: New Life in the Spirit. Ch 5-6: New Life in the Spirit. 5:1-6:10Call to Christian Living 5:1-5:15Call to Christian Liberty 5:16-5:26Call to True Spirituality

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Galatians summary outline

Galatians Summary Outline

  • Ch 1-2: Defense of Message and Messenger

  • Ch 3-4: Grace-Faith versus Law-Works

  • Ch 5-6: New Life in the Spirit


Ch 5 6 new life in the spirit

Ch 5-6: New Life in the Spirit

  • 5:1-6:10Call to Christian Living

    • 5:1-5:15Call to Christian Liberty

    • 5:16-5:26Call to True Spirituality

    • 6:1-6:10Call to Christian Service

  • 6:11-18Conclusion

    • 6:11-16Final Challenge

    • 6:17-18Benediction


Galatians summary outline

Man says do.

Christ says done.


Parallel of faith working through love in galatians and james

Parallel of “faith working through love” in Galatians and James

Paul and James:

  • Both expressed problems of legalism among their readers.

  • Both described the manifestation of discord associated with legalism—legalism avails nothing.

    Paul speaks in contrast of the manifestation of a Spirit-filled life—“faith working through love” avails much.

    James likewise speaks of a faith that avails in the life of the believer in justification before man, with particular emphasis on love.


Parallel of galatians 5 6 and 6 15

Parallel of Galatians 5:6 and 6:15

5:6 & 6:15For [in Christ Jesus] neither circumcision nor uncircumcision [avails] (is) anything, but

5:6faith working through love.

6:15a new creation.


Galatians 5 8 call

Galatians 5:8“call”

kale,wKALEŌ

Vine’s

“is used with a personal object to call anyone, invite, summon”


Galatians 5 8 call1

Galatians 5:8“call”

kale,wKALEŌ

Vine’s

“is used with a personal object to call anyone, invite, summon”

“it is used particularly of the Divine call to partake of the blessings of redemption, e.g., Rom. 8:30; 1 Cor. 1:9; 1 Thess. 2:12; Heb. 9:15”


Galatians 5 7 8 who hindered you

Galatians 5:7-8; “who hindered you?”

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Instruction Concerning False Teachers in the Church (Titus 1:10-16)

Study By: J. Hampton Keathley, III

“Since they are detestable, disobedient, and unfit for any good deed.” With these words the apostle shows us the true nature of legalism by showing us just how ugly and useless legalism makes a person. This clause describes how the legalists denied God though they professed to know Him intimately and were able to lead other to know Him intimately.

“Detestable” is bdeluktos, “abominable, detestable.” It carries the idea of “disgusting.” It occurs only here in the New Testament though bdelugma, “abomination, detestable,” occurs six times. The apostle used such a strong word to help us see God’s perspective toward teachers who turn away from grace into legalism and who teach other to do the same. They are detestable because they are killers on the loose.


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Galatians 5:7-8; “who hindered you?”

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Instruction Concerning False Teachers in the Church (Titus 1:10-16)

Study By: J. Hampton Keathley, III

There are killers on the loose today. The problem is that you can’t tell by looking. They don’t wear little buttons that give away their identity, nor do they carry signs warning everybody to stay away. On the contrary, a lot of them carry Bibles and appear to be clean-living, nice-looking, law-abiding citizens. Most of them spend a lot of time in churches, some in places of religious leadership. Many are so respected in the community; their neighbors would never guess they are living next door to killers.

They kill freedom, spontaneity, and creativity; they kill joy as well as productivity. They kill with their words and their pens and their looks. They kill with their attitudes far more often than with their behavior. There is hardly a church or Christian organization or Christian school or missionary group or media ministry where such danger does not lurk.


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Galatians 5:7-8; “who hindered you?”

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Instruction Concerning False Teachers in the Church (Titus 1:10-16)

Study By: J. Hampton Keathley, III

The amazing thing is that they get away with it, day in and day out, without being confronted or exposed. Strangely, the same ministries that would not tolerate heresy for ten minutes will step aside and allow these killers all the space they need to maneuver and manipulate others in the most insidious manner imaginable. Their judgmental spirits remain unjudged. Their bullying tactics continue unchecked. And their narrow-mindedness is either explained away or quickly defended. The bondage that results would be criminal were it not so subtle and wrapped in such spiritual-sounding garb.

This day—this very moment—millions are living their lives in shame, fear, and intimidation who would be free, productive individuals.… They are victimized, existing as if living on death row instead of enjoying the beauty and fresh air of the abundant life Christ modeled and made possible for all of His followers to claim.


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Galatians 5:7-8; “who hindered you?”

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Instruction Concerning False Teachers in the Church (Titus 1:10-16)

Study By: J. Hampton Keathley, III

That whole package, in a word, is grace. That’s what is being assaulted so continually, so violently…

Such, in unbelievers and believers alike, is truly detestable. No wonder the apostle emphatically states, “For this reason rebuke them sharply that they may be healthy in the faith.”

“Disobedient” is apeithes. The term refers to a disobedience that is the result of a lack of trust or a failure to be persuaded. Failure to trust or rest in the person and work of Christ as Savior as an unbeliever or to rest in the sufficiency of death and resurrected life as a Christian leads to disobedience to the will of God. In the context, apeithes points to the problem of hypocrisy. They denied Him by their hypocrisy. They preached one thing, but privately did another. As a result, they denied God by not living consistently and in accord with the truth of grace. Amazingly, Peter is an illustration of this.


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