Galatians: The Biblical Precept of Freedom
Nowhere is the claim to desire freedom so thoroughly denied by people’s actions than in the sphere of religion. All religions, while claiming to set people free, instead multiply rules and restrictions. For this reason, almost all sermons on the believer’s freedom spend more time hedging that freedom with warnings against sin than actually setting people free. But the Lord said, “If the Son shall make you free, you are free indeed.” In the book of Galatians, Paul made a clear and powerful argument for the freedom of the believer. In this commentary, the author breaks the chains of bondage that many have put on this book: he sets the Book of Freedom free! With unassailable argument, he sets forth the radical freedom that is the possession of every believer, shows why believers can be trusted with that freedom, and unfolds that it is only in the context of this freedom that they can truly express the fruit of the Spirit—showing Christ and His Cross is the reason. Read it, believe it, and be free.
- Publication Date
- Feb 1, 2019
- Religion & Spirituality
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Tim James