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Freedom From Bondage | Week 26 | Galatians 6:1-5

Parson Rayphe, Bible, Deliverance, Healing“Freedom From Bondage”: an inductive Bible study through the book of Galatians to help us break free from any and all “bondage” that prevents us from receiving the blessings of Yahweh God in our lives.

All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching,
for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness;

As a people, Christians are sometimes well-known for eating their own with little mercy or remorse.  But in these first few chapters of Galatians Apostle Paul discusses the necessity of practicing humility when others stumble.  He reminds us to be wary of being quick to find fault in others while cautioning that we may be the next to make a mistake.  Of course he is echoing Jesus’ teaching in Mt. 7:3-5.

Hearkening back to the end of chapter five Apostle Paul again reminds us that while we are so very thankful to live in the grace of God, all that we think, say and do will be examined.  It is appointed for man to die and then judgement Heb.9:27.

This is a wonderful portion  of Scripture as we are encouraged to express mercy toward others while being reminded that we ourselves will be held accountable.  Praise God for these nuggets of gold that lead us to Freedom From Bondage.

This is only a very brief synopsis of a few of the high points covered during this very freeing study.

To review, or if you were unable to attend, catch up by listening to the audio recording below. Much more detailed information in regards to the abundant life that only Jesus / Yeshua has to offer is available for free.

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I’ll see you out in the field,
Parson Rayphe

Pastor & Pastoral Counselor ministering health and healing to spirit, soul and body
www.ChronologicalAudioBible.Com ~ A daily audio Bible presented in Chronological order in devotional fashion.

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