“The Year of Living Biblically,” is a book that became a sitcom, chronicling one person’s attempt to follow the Bible as literally as possible. It seems to conclude that most people either don’t take the Bible very seriously or instead pick and choose the parts they want to obey. The Bible, itself, however doesn’t recommend any of these options. This message looks at how the various parts of the Bible fit together and how they’re intended to be applied.
Galatians 3:15-29 // [outline]
The Bible presents a radically new way to live - a life of faith, energized by God’s power. But old ways die hard and many Christians live more by self-effort than faith. This message looks at how to live the life God calls us with the power that He provides.
Galatians 3:1-14 // [outline]
Jesus came that we might have new life. But many people don’t experience it. Even those who try to start a new life in Christ do it in old ways that short-circuit God’s blessings. This message looks at how to live Jesus’ new life and set aside old patterns that hold us back..
Galatians 2:15-21 // [outline]
The church has often been criticized for hypocrisy. But surely no one’s immune from having their life fall short of their words. This message looks at the help God gives to deal with our blind spots and resist hypocrisy.
Galatians 2:1-14 // [outline]
The Bible claims to be the Word of God. But why should we trust its words more than any other book? This message looks at why we should take its claims to divine authority seriously.
Galatians 1:11-24 // [outline]
Medicine can be a poison if you tamper with the recipe. And unfortunately, many have sought to tamper with Jesus’ recipe for life and blessing. This message looks at the good news that Jesus came to bring and the counterfeits that religion has often posed.
Galatians 1:1-10 // [outline]