Lesson 7: Galatians 6

Read Galatians 6:1-5 1. In context, “any trespass” probably refers to sinful “works of the flesh” spoken of in Gal. 5:19-21. What does “overtaken” mean? 2. Describe the responsibility of “you who are spiritual” from verse 1. How and why are you to do this? 3. We find...

Lesson 6: Galatians 5

Read Galatians 5:1- 6 – Christian Liberty 1. We are thankful for the liberty we have in Christ! If we live in bondage to a legal relationship with God, it isn’t because God desires that kind of relationship with us. Compare our liberty to the yoke of bondage...

Lesson 5: Galatians 4

Read Galatians 4:1-7 – Sons and Heirs 1. Drawing from the ideas shared in Gal. 3:24-29 regarding tutors and heirs, Paul now teaches us what it means to be an adopted son of God. What is the point of verses 1-2? a. “Children” and “bondage” found in verse 3,...

Lesson 4: Galatians 3

Read Galatians 3:1-9 – Salvation by Faith 1. Paul continues to show us his passion through strong words like “bewitched” and “foolish.” How were the Galatians being persuaded to “not obey the truth”? 2. Salvation is God’s gift. You can’t earn it. You don’t...

Lesson 3: Galatians 2

Read Galatians 2:1-10 – Defending the Gospel 1. (vs 1) Describe Paul’s first post-salvation trip to Jerusalem. (Gal 1:18,19) 2. (vs 1) After 14 years, Paul returned to Jerusalem. Barnabas and Titus traveled with him. What do we learn about these men from the...

Lesson 2: Galatians 1

Read Galatians 1:1-5 – Paul’s Greeting 1. Last week we discussed verses 1-2. As a reminder: a. How does Paul describe himself and what might his purpose be for speaking of himself in such a way? b. Who are the recipients of this letter? What do we know about...