Study the Bible in Two Years

Wednesday – Galatians 5-6

1.  The Galatians began to teach that no one could be saved unless he was circumcised.  What is wrong with that belief?  How does Paul show them their error?

2.  What happens when false doctrine gets mixed into a church’s teaching?  (Galatians 5:10).  What warning is there for us?

3.  Do you feel that inner battle described by Paul in 5:17?  How do we win that battle?

4.  Ponder each of the 9 fruits of the Spirit.  How can you show each one of them in your life today?

 

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Study the Bible in Two Years

Tuesday – Galatians 4

1.  How can we address God in our prayers?  How do we know that he will listen to us?

2.  Why was Paul so worried about the Galatians?  What were they tempted to return to doing?

3.  Have you ever become someone’s enemy for speaking the truth?  When?

 

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Monday – Galatians 3

1.  The Galatians were focused on earning God´s favor by doing good works.  What does Paul say about this attitude in verses 1-5?

2.  How did Jesus remove the curse of sin from us?  (Galatians 3:13)

3.  How did you become a child of God?  (Galatians 3:27)

 

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Saturday – Galatians 1-2

Note:  Galatia was a Roman province in the center of Asia Minor (modern day Turkey). This is where Paul spent most of his time on his first missionary journey.  The cities he visited were Pisidian Antioch, Iconium, Lystra and Derbe.   See Acts 13 & 14 for details.

1.  Paul strongly condemned those who were trying to change or pervert the Gospel.  What was the message they were trying to change?  (Paul finally spells it out in 2:15-16.)

2.  For what action did Paul have to publicly rebuke Peter?   How might we be guilty of  “not acting in line with the truth of the Gospel?”

3.  Believing in Jesus means that there’s a crucifixion and a resurrection for you! What can that mean?  Discover the answer in 2:20,  Underline this key verse and if possible, learn it by heart.

 

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