The Straightforward Gospel

Series: Galatians

The Straightforward Gospel

June 30, 2019 | Jeff Thompson

Passage: Galatians 2:11-21

When Peter visits Paul's church in Antioch, he falls back into a works-based salvation doctrine, and Paul has to get in his face to lovingly set the record straight about how we are saved.

Series Information

Considered by many scholars to be the "Magna Carta of Christian freedom", Paul's letter to the churches in Galatia is his personal testimony, teaching, and case for the Gospel of grace - the good news that we are not saved by anything we do but rather by what Jesus has done.

If you ever struggle with feeling like you're not good enough for God or that you're a disappointment to Him, you will be especially blessed by this study, as you grow in your understanding of what the Lord has done for you.

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