During the early years of the church, some Jewish Christians were blending old-school Judaism with their Christian beliefs. In their efforts to spread their particular brand of legalism, they traveled to Galatia and demanded that the Gentile Christians there obey the law of Moses (3:2)—and this included the Jewish rite of circumcision. Paul confronted this false thinking directly and forcefully ...
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Heavenly Father, may I remember that I can't rid myself of sin by my own effort and that Christ died and rose again to free me from the power of sin and death.
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