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From Slavery to Sonship

From Slavery to Sonship

In writing to the believers at Galatia, the Apostle Paul illustrated both the unlimited resources and limited rights that belong to those who are united with Christ through the Gospel. Adopted through salvation’s plan, the believer has been released from the bondage of sin and made a joint heir with Christ in the riches of the Father’s love. Alistair Begg urges us to continually correct our focus and continue in faith, remembering what we once were as we rejoice in the salvation that belongs to those who are in Christ.

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Right With God, Volume 1

By what means are we made right before God? All too often people encounter this question and make legalistic, religious observance or good works the answer. In the book of Galatians, Paul refutes this particular sentiment and demonstrates that simple faith in Christ’s atoning sacrifice is the only sure basis for our righteousness before God. This month, join Alistair as he explores this book of God’s Word.

False teachers had discarded the gospel of grace and had exchanged it for a “gospel” of works by observing the law—which is no gospel at all. Right With God is an exposition of Paul’s response to this distortion of the truth and an explanation of how faith in Christ yields true freedom and righteousness before God.

Right With God, Volume 2

By what means are we made right before God? All too often people encounter this question and make legalistic, religious observance or good works the answer. In the book of Galatians, Paul refutes this particular sentiment and demonstrates that simple faith in Christ’s atoning sacrifice is the only sure basis for our righteousness before God. This month, join Alistair as he explores this book of God’s Word.

False teachers had discarded the gospel of grace and had exchanged it for a “gospel” of works by observing the law—which is no gospel at all. Right With God is an exposition of Paul’s response to this distortion of the truth and an explanation of how faith in Christ yields true freedom and righteousness before God.