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FROM THE PASTOR'S STUDY

Topic: Galatians Chapter Six: Message Outlines

Galatians 6:11-16 (2)

by Darrel Cline
(darrelcline biblical-thinking.org)

Chapter # 6 Paragraph # 3 Study # 4
November 10, 2013
Dayton, Texas
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Thesis:With a motivation as false as "desiring to make a good impression", no good can come.

Introduction:In this final paragraph of Paul's letter to the Galatians he makes one more stab at attempting to get the Galatians to come back to "Grace". As we saw in our last study, the first part of this attempt is to make sure his readers know that this letter actually came from him as a spokesman for God. This evening we are going to look into his expose of the motivations of the "false brethren".

Under the thesis that the most critical issues in all of the Bible are "Love" (What is Important?) and "Faith" (What is True?), we are going to see that Paul doubles down on the false brethren's motives and "truth construct". What we will see is that they had two basic motives for their actions and one basic truth.


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