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A Study in Galatians, Volume 2

Spirit-Filled Living

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ID: 14802 • July 1, 2007

At the heart of the book of Galatians is a contrast between human effort and God’s provision. False teachers wanted the Galatian believers to “gain salvation” by keeping the law. Paul opposed them vigorously, reminding God’s people that salvation is by grace through faith and was bought by the blood of Jesus. Because they are in Christ, believers are set free from sin and the law to walk in love and holiness through the power of the Holy Spirit at work within them.

In volume two of this series, Alistair Begg explores the nature of the Spirit-filled life that belongs to all who are united with Christ. Although Christians are not bound by the law, their lives are to be characterized by mutual love and care as well as personal holiness. In contrast to the external requirements of the false teachers, this reality is an outward sign of the internal work of God in the hearts of His redeemed people.

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Freedom Understood and Applied

Galatians 5:13–15 Sermon 38:58 ID: 1411

Life by the Spirit — Part One

Galatians 5:16–21 Sermon 35:01 ID: 1413

Life by the Spirit — Part Two

Galatians 5:16–21 Sermon 38:06 ID: 1414

Life by the Spirit: What’s Normal?

Galatians 5:22–26 Sermon 39:22 ID: 1415


Galatians 6:1 Sermon 39:36 ID: 1422

“Let Me Carry That for You”

Galatians 6:2–6 Sermon 41:23 ID: 1424

Sowing and Reaping — Part One

Galatians 6:7–10 Sermon 41:14 ID: 1425

Sowing and Reaping — Part Two

Galatians 6:9–10 Sermon 29:05 ID: 1429

Christian Essentials — Part One

Galatians 6:11–16 Sermon 52:09 ID: 1430

Christian Essentials — Part Two

Galatians 6:11–18 Sermon 41:47 ID: 1431