Paul shows how faith provides a rescue that is all-inclusive. Notice two elements included in the Good News as Paul demonstrates that Good News creates family.
Paul shows the Galatians how the law acts and what the law accomplishes. Paul gives an intentional message of hope because of Christ alone.
The Good News of “Christ Alone” is important. Good News brings freedom. Paul confirms this message of freedom in two specific, unchanging areas.
Saint and sinner alike need to hear Good News. Paul gives two simple commands to the Galatian believers. Good News brings stability because it is a correcting message.
Good News is radical. Good News sometimes contradicts popular opinions. Paul shares three lessons about the practical nature of the Good News.
Paul’s independent message matched the message the Jerusalem church and its leaders gave. Good News is always Good News. Paul shares his verified message in three distinct settings.
The Galatians were “off message” with the Gospel. Good News never changes, as we discover by looking at the characteristics of the message.
Paul’s message to the Galatians is one that needs to be heard today: Jesus is enough. Not only will you notice three actions Jesus performs, but you will be reminded of Jesus’ sufficiency.
Paul’s letter to the Philippians ends with a reminder of how good Jesus is. Jesus unites us as a family, making us siblings, saints, and shareholders.
God continues to prove He is the God Who Provides by meeting your need for ministry. Paul’s letter to the Philippians not only outlines the privilege and partnership of ministry; it also lists the provisions made by God.