You could sum up the entire book of Galatians with one word: Grace. If you have placed your faith in Christ, you have been saved by grace through faith! While many are caught up in trying to earn their Salvation, God reveals his heart for us and reminds us to stop trying to earn his love and start learning to accept it. It’s time to live free in the fullness of life given to us!
Have you ever been freed from something, only to go back to the very thing you were freed from? In this message, Pastor Skyler walks us through Galatians 5 where the Apostle Paul is pleading with the people of Galatia to remain in the freedom to which they were called.
Blaine Bartel joined us for the weekend to share a powerful message about how God is interested in more than just recovery--He's in the mission of resurrecting lives.
Samuel Johnson once wrote that "People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed." In Galatians 3, Paul is trying to remind his readers what they already had been instructed: God wants us to live by faith. In this message, Pastor Carlos reminds us that if we are not careful, we can easily fall prey to other voices preaching a different gospel. Even at our best we are desperate for God. We are not slaves to earning God's favor. We have been set free by grace.
If you were to summarize the entire book of Galatians in one word, it's this: freedom. Yet that's not often the word we would use to describe our walk with God. Why is that?
When C.S. Lewis was asked what belief was unique to the Christian faith, his response was "Oh, that's easy. It's grace." We kick off our new series entitled Set Free, which is a study of the book of Galatians. One could summarize the entire book of Galatians with this phrase: Freedom through Grace. Join us for this replay as Pastor Skyler walks through Galatians 1, sharing what grace really is and why we so easily miss the profound importance of grace in our daily life.