Galatians 5:1 ESV

For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.

For Freedom Christ Has Set Us Free
Your enjoyment of freedom is much more important to God than many of the day-to-day decisions that fill us with so much concern.
Galatians 5:1 | Bible Exposition Commentary
First, he says that legalism enslaves the believer (Galatians 5:1-2). The whole ... In the Roman Empire, slaves could not purchase their freedom.
14. The Goal of the Gospel (Galatians 5:1-12)
Introduction A few years ago I was asked to visit an elderly couple who desired to be baptized in the church where I served. I went to visit them to discuss this matter, as I always do, and as we also do as a church. On the door was a sign printed in five languages. Although I di...
Our Hope: Righteousness
The presence of a struggle with sin in this life is not a sign that we are lost. Perfection is not the test of spiritual life in this age.
What is Christian freedom?
What is Christian freedom? How much freedom does a Christian truly have in Christ?
The Dangers of a Distorted Gospel
In particularly this morning, as we come to Galatians chapter 5, and I want to read to you the first six verses, and that will be the text that well be talking about this morning. Galatians chapter ...
Does Galatians 5:4 teach that we can lose our salvation? |
Galatians 5:4 does not teach that a person could lose his salvation. It is either salvation by grace or salvation by works of the law.
To Deliver Us from the Present Evil Age
The freest people in the world are those who submit most fully to the authority of Christ in Scripture.

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