Galatians 3:5-9

Paul claimed that salvation was by faith in Christ apart from the works of the Law. Magee proves it here by looking at the life and experience of Abraham.

Galatians 2:20-3:5

Paul asks the Galatians, "Who has bewitched you?" Why have you have left off confidence in Christ for salvation, and have turned back to slavery to the Mosaic Law?

Galatians 2:14-20

How is a sinful man made righteous before God? The Christians in Galatia needed a word from the Apostle Paul as to how to answer this critical question: that we are saved by faith in Christ, PERIOD.

Galatians 2:1-14

The Apostle Paul had received the Gospel at the very mouth of Christ in Arabia. And Gentiles were being saved by the preaching of that Gospel, starting at Antioch. When the question came up as to whether new believers needed to be circumcised in addition to faith in Christ, Paul stood his ground: that the Gospel of grace was faith in Jesus Christ plus nothing.

Galatians 1:11-24

Faith in Christ plus nothing equals salvation. Folks are not saved by being good; they are saved when they realize they are guilty before God, and trust Christ alone to save them.

Galatians 1:2-10

The Apostle Paul wrote to the churches of Galatia, refuting the non-gospel of legalism and affirming the true gospel of grace, how Jesus Christ was crucified for our sins and rose again. Period!

Galatians 1:1-2

An introduction to the epistle of the reformation, Paul's letter to the churches in Galatia. The people there had been thrown into confusion over what exactly was the true Gospel.

Job 38:1-42:17

Job's end was better than his beginning, despite his severe test; yes, he lost his sons and daughters, yes he lost much of his estate; but when he was willing to listen to God and repent of his own pride, the Lord blessed him with even more than he had before.

Job 36:1-38:7

Job has gone through his wrestlings, doubts, fears, loss, and anguish… now God pulls back the curtain and speaks to him directly about his need to acknowledge His sovereignty. "Where were you when I founded the universe?" said God.

Job 34:1-36:1

The young brash Elihu continues his long rant, hoping to get to the root of Job's trouble, but he might have saved his breath.

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