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Returning to Slavery


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 22-24; Galatians 4

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 4:1-9

A couple of days ago when we read Galatians 1, we learned about the Judaizers’ attempts to lead the churches in Galatia astray with a false Gospel.  The Judaizers were trying to convince the Galatians that they needed to follow Jewish laws in order to be saved, instead of relying on Christ’s sacrifice and the grace of God.  Paul was very concerned for the Galatians and was pained by the fact that they were being led astray from the true Gospel.  In today’s key passage, Paul explains to the Galatians what they were really doing by listening to the Judaizers – they were returning to a life of slavery.  He explains that before they turned to God, the Galatians lived as slaves.  They were slaves to sin, slaves to temptation, and slaves to the pressures of this world.  Paul asks the Galatians, “But now that you know God—or rather are known by God—how is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable principles? Do you wish to be enslaved by them all over again?

Before we were saved, we were all slaves.  We were slaves to our sinful desires and our sinful ways.  We were slaves to trying to live up to the expectations of others.  We were slaves to the ways of the world.  When we found Christ, however, that bondage was broken.  The chains that held us were broken and we were finally free.  We rejoiced in that freedom of knowing that we were saved.  We rejoiced in knowing that our eternal salvation was secured by the cross of Christ.  Sadly, for many Christians, after a period of time that joy begins to fade.  When the pressures of the world begin to overwhelm them, the passion they once felt for God starts to dwindle.  At best, they become lukewarm Christians.  At worst, they backslide completely.  Some are led astray by bad teaching.  Others are led astray by a lack of time or energy that comes from not making God the number one priority in life (in other words, they find that they simply “do not have time” to be a passionate follower of Christ).  Still others are led astray by temptations to sin or by guilt over past sins.  When we feel the pressures coming on – the pressures to be led astray from God – we must remember exactly what we would be returning to if we allow ourselves to stray.  We would be returning to slavery.  We would be giving up the very freedom that Christ’s sacrifice bought for us.  In 2 Peter 2:20-21, the Apostle Peter writes, “If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them.”  Once we have been saved, we should do everything we can to keep that fire that once burned so brilliantly for God.  We cannot allow anything to lessen that fire or put it out.  Do you remember how you felt toward God the day you were saved?  Do you remember that passion you felt?  Do you remember that fire?  Do you still feel that way toward Him?  Do not allow the pressures of this world to make you a slave again.  Stay strong in your faith through prayer, keep your fire burning, and maintain your freedom.  Jesus paid a hefty price for that freedom.  Do not allow His sacrifice to go to waste in your life.

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No Other Gospel


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 13-15; Galatians 1

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 1:6-24

During Paul’s first missionary trip, he visited several cities in Galatia (which is now Turkey).  Upon his return from that trip, he found out that a group of Jewish Christians (called Judaizers) visited these cities in Galatia and tried to convince the people there that Paul’s teaching was incorrect.  According to the Judaizers, a Gentile first needed to become a Jew before he could become a Christian.  Paul preached the true Gospel and told the Gentiles that they were saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  The Judaizers, on the other hand, preached that all of the Old Testament laws (circumcision, dietary restrictions, etc.) must be followed by Gentiles before they could be saved.  These two competing messages caused a lot of confusion for the new believers in the early Galatian churches, so Paul wrote them a letter (the Book of Galatians) to try to clarify the matter for them.

Our key verse today comes from the first chapter in Galatians.  In it, Paul tells the people of Galatia that he is shocked to see that they have been misled so easily by the Judaizers.  He explains that the Gospel he preached to them was the real Gospel, and that anyone else who told them anything different was lying and should be condemned.  How do we know that Paul’s Gospel was the truth?  Because it came directly from the source.  Paul explains that his Gospel did not come from men – he received it directly by a revelation from Jesus Christ.  Did you ever play that game as a child in which one person whispers a sentence into someone’s ear, who then whispers it into another person’s ear?  The sentence is continually passed in this fashion from person to person until eventually it makes its way back to the original person.  Do you remember how the message at the end was always completely different from the message in the beginning?  Do you also remember that the first person who was told the message was usually the most accurate?  We know that the Gospel as presented in the Bible is true because it comes from people who had first-hand knowledge.  The Gospel in the Bible was given to men like Matthew, Peter, John, and Paul directly from Jesus Christ himself.  There cannot be a more accurate depiction than the one that comes from the people who heard it directly from the Master.

Sadly, today there are still people who preach false Gospels.  Some people do it intentionally in an effort to make money, and other people are simply misguided.  There are people who claim that we need to “do” something to be saved, but the reality is that Jesus has already done everything that needed to be done.  His death on the cross was enough to save us, and nothing we can do will add to that in the eyes of God.  Just like the early Christians, we must still be cautious to avoid being misled by people preaching a false message.  Our greatest tool in avoiding false Gospels is the Bible itself.  When you hear someone talking about a new idea, all we have to do is compare what the person is saying with what the Bible says.  If the preacher conflicts with the Bible, we know what he says is false.  If the preacher makes it more about him than about Christ, we know what he says is false.  Guard your heart against false teaching, and always remember that there is no other Gospel other than the one in the Bible, and there is no other way to be saved than through faith in Jesus Christ.


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Returning to Slavery


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 22-24; Galatians 4

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 4:1-9

A couple of days ago when we read Galatians 1, we learned about the Judaizers’ attempts to lead the churches in Galatia astray with a false Gospel.  The Judaizers were trying to convince the Galatians that they needed to follow Jewish laws in order to be saved, instead of relying on Christ’s sacrifice and the grace of God.  Paul was very concerned for the Galatians and was pained by the fact that they were being led astray from the true Gospel.  In today’s key passage, Paul explains to the Galatians what they were really doing by listening to the Judaizers – they were returning to a life of slavery.  He explains that before they turned to God, the Galatians lived as slaves.  They were slaves to sin, slaves to temptation, and slaves to the pressures of this world.  Paul asks the Galatians, “But now that you know God—or rather are known by God—how is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable principles? Do you wish to be enslaved by them all over again?

Before we were saved, we were all slaves.  We were slaves to our sinful desires and our sinful ways.  We were slaves to trying to live up to the expectations of others.  We were slaves to the ways of the world.  When we found Christ, however, that bondage was broken.  The chains that held us were broken and we were finally free.  We rejoiced in that freedom of knowing that we were saved.  We rejoiced in knowing that our eternal salvation was secured by the cross of Christ.  Sadly, for many Christians, after a period of time that joy begins to fade.  When the pressures of the world begin to overwhelm them, the passion they once felt for God starts to dwindle.  At best, they become lukewarm Christians.  At worst, they backslide completely.  Some are led astray by bad teaching.  Others are led astray by a lack of time or energy that comes from not making God the number one priority in life (in other words, they find that they simply “do not have time” to be a passionate follower of Christ).  Still others are led astray by temptations to sin or by guilt over past sins.  When we feel the pressures coming on – the pressures to be led astray from God – we must remember exactly what we would be returning to if we allow ourselves to stray.  We would be returning to slavery.  We would be giving up the very freedom that Christ’s sacrifice bought for us.  In 2 Peter 2:20-21, the Apostle Peter writes, “If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them.”  Once we have been saved, we should do everything we can to keep that fire that once burned so brilliantly for God.  We cannot allow anything to lessen that fire or put it out.  Do you remember how you felt toward God the day you were saved?  Do you remember that passion you felt?  Do you remember that fire?  Do you still feel that way toward Him?  Do not allow the pressures of this world to make you a slave again.  Stay strong in your faith through prayer, keep your fire burning, and maintain your freedom.  Jesus paid a hefty price for that freedom.  Do not allow His sacrifice to go to waste in your life.

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No Other Gospel


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 13-15; Galatians 1

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 1:6-24

During Paul’s first missionary trip, he visited several cities in Galatia (which is now Turkey).  Upon his return from that trip, he found out that a group of Jewish Christians (called Judaizers) visited these cities in Galatia and tried to convince the people there that Paul’s teaching was incorrect.  According to the Judaizers, a Gentile first needed to become a Jew before he could become a Christian.  Paul preached the true Gospel and told the Gentiles that they were saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  The Judaizers, on the other hand, preached that all of the Old Testament laws (circumcision, dietary restrictions, etc.) must be followed by Gentiles before they could be saved.  These two competing messages caused a lot of confusion for the new believers in the early Galatian churches, so Paul wrote them a letter (the Book of Galatians) to try to clarify the matter for them.

Our key verse today comes from the first chapter in Galatians.  In it, Paul tells the people of Galatia that he is shocked to see that they have been misled so easily by the Judaizers.  He explains that the Gospel he preached to them was the real Gospel, and that anyone else who told them anything different was lying and should be condemned.  How do we know that Paul’s Gospel was the truth?  Because it came directly from the source.  Paul explains that his Gospel did not come from men – he received it directly by a revelation from Jesus Christ.  Did you ever play that game as a child in which one person whispers a sentence into someone’s ear, who then whispers it into another person’s ear?  The sentence is continually passed in this fashion from person to person until eventually it makes its way back to the original person.  Do you remember how the message at the end was always completely different from the message in the beginning?  Do you also remember that the first person who was told the message was usually the most accurate?  We know that the Gospel as presented in the Bible is true because it comes from people who had first-hand knowledge.  The Gospel in the Bible was given to men like Matthew, Peter, John, and Paul directly from Jesus Christ himself.  There cannot be a more accurate depiction than the one that comes from the people who heard it directly from the Master.

Sadly, today there are still people who preach false Gospels.  Some people do it intentionally in an effort to make money, and other people are simply misguided.  There are people who claim that we need to “do” something to be saved, but the reality is that Jesus has already done everything that needed to be done.  His death on the cross was enough to save us, and nothing we can do will add to that in the eyes of God.  Just like the early Christians, we must still be cautious to avoid being misled by people preaching a false message.  Our greatest tool in avoiding false Gospels is the Bible itself.  When you hear someone talking about a new idea, all we have to do is compare what the person is saying with what the Bible says.  If the preacher conflicts with the Bible, we know what he says is false.  If the preacher makes it more about him than about Christ, we know what he says is false.  Guard your heart against false teaching, and always remember that there is no other Gospel other than the one in the Bible, and there is no other way to be saved than through faith in Jesus Christ.


During your Bible reading today, what “key passages” stood out to you?  Leave a comment below to share what God is showing you about His Word today.

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Returning to Slavery


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 22-24; Galatians 4

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 4:1-9

A couple of days ago when we read Galatians 1, we learned about the Judaizers’ attempts to lead the churches in Galatia astray with a false Gospel.  The Judaizers were trying to convince the Galatians that they needed to follow Jewish laws in order to be saved, instead of relying on Christ’s sacrifice and the grace of God.  Paul was very concerned for the Galatians and was pained by the fact that they were being led astray from the true Gospel.  In today’s key passage, Paul explains to the Galatians what they were really doing by listening to the Judaizers – they were returning to a life of slavery.  He explains that before they turned to God, the Galatians lived as slaves.  They were slaves to sin, slaves to temptation, and slaves to the pressures of this world.  Paul asks the Galatians, “But now that you know God—or rather are known by God—how is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable principles? Do you wish to be enslaved by them all over again?

Before we were saved, we were all slaves.  We were slaves to our sinful desires and our sinful ways.  We were slaves to trying to live up to the expectations of others.  We were slaves to the ways of the world.  When we found Christ, however, that bondage was broken.  The chains that held us were broken and we were finally free.  We rejoiced in that freedom of knowing that we were saved.  We rejoiced in knowing that our eternal salvation was secured by the cross of Christ.  Sadly, for many Christians, after a period of time that joy begins to fade.  When the pressures of the world begin to overwhelm them, the passion they once felt for God starts to dwindle.  At best, they become lukewarm Christians.  At worst, they backslide completely.  Some are led astray by bad teaching.  Others are led astray by a lack of time or energy that comes from not making God the number one priority in life (in other words, they find that they simply “do not have time” to be a passionate follower of Christ).  Still others are led astray by temptations to sin or by guilt over past sins.  When we feel the pressures coming on – the pressures to be led astray from God – we must remember exactly what we would be returning to if we allow ourselves to stray.  We would be returning to slavery.  We would be giving up the very freedom that Christ’s sacrifice bought for us.  In 2 Peter 2:20-21, the Apostle Peter writes, “If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them.”  Once we have been saved, we should do everything we can to keep that fire that once burned so brilliantly for God.  We cannot allow anything to lessen that fire or put it out.  Do you remember how you felt toward God the day you were saved?  Do you remember that passion you felt?  Do you remember that fire?  Do you still feel that way toward Him?  Do not allow the pressures of this world to make you a slave again.  Stay strong in your faith through prayer, keep your fire burning, and maintain your freedom.  Jesus paid a hefty price for that freedom.  Do not allow His sacrifice to go to waste in your life.

During your Bible reading today, what “key passages” stood out to you?  Leave a comment below to share what God is showing you about His Word today.

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No Other Gospel


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 13-15; Galatians 1

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 1:6-24

During Paul’s first missionary trip, he visited several cities in Galatia (which is now Turkey).  Upon his return from that trip, he found out that a group of Jewish Christians (called Judaizers) visited these cities in Galatia and tried to convince the people there that Paul’s teaching was incorrect.  According to the Judaizers, a Gentile first needed to become a Jew before he could become a Christian.  Paul preached the true Gospel and told the Gentiles that they were saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  The Judaizers, on the other hand, preached that all of the Old Testament laws (circumcision, dietary restrictions, etc.) must be followed by Gentiles before they could be saved.  These two competing messages caused a lot of confusion for the new believers in the early Galatian churches, so Paul wrote them a letter (the Book of Galatians) to try to clarify the matter for them.

Our key verse today comes from the first chapter in Galatians.  In it, Paul tells the people of Galatia that he is shocked to see that they have been misled so easily by the Judaizers.  He explains that the Gospel he preached to them was the real Gospel, and that anyone else who told them anything different was lying and should be condemned.  How do we know that Paul’s Gospel was the truth?  Because it came directly from the source.  Paul explains that his Gospel did not come from men – he received it directly by a revelation from Jesus Christ.  Did you ever play that game as a child in which one person whispers a sentence into someone’s ear, who then whispers it into another person’s ear?  The sentence is continually passed in this fashion from person to person until eventually it makes its way back to the original person.  Do you remember how the message at the end was always completely different from the message in the beginning?  Do you also remember that the first person who was told the message was usually the most accurate?  We know that the Gospel as presented in the Bible is true because it comes from people who had first-hand knowledge.  The Gospel in the Bible was given to men like Matthew, Peter, John, and Paul directly from Jesus Christ himself.  There cannot be a more accurate depiction than the one that comes from the people who heard it directly from the Master.

Sadly, today there are still people who preach false Gospels.  Some people do it intentionally in an effort to make money, and other people are simply misguided.  There are people who claim that we need to “do” something to be saved, but the reality is that Jesus has already done everything that needed to be done.  His death on the cross was enough to save us, and nothing we can do will add to that in the eyes of God.  Just like the early Christians, we must still be cautious to avoid being misled by people preaching a false message.  Our greatest tool in avoiding false Gospels is the Bible itself.  When you hear someone talking about a new idea, all we have to do is compare what the person is saying with what the Bible says.  If the preacher conflicts with the Bible, we know what he says is false.  If the preacher makes it more about him than about Christ, we know what he says is false.  Guard your heart against false teaching, and always remember that there is no other Gospel other than the one in the Bible, and there is no other way to be saved than through faith in Jesus Christ.


During your Bible reading today, what “key passages” stood out to you?  Leave a comment below to share what God is showing you about His Word today.

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Returning to Slavery


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 22-24; Galatians 4

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 4:1-9

A couple of days ago when we read Galatians 1, we learned about the Judaizers’ attempts to lead the churches in Galatia astray with a false Gospel.  The Judaizers were trying to convince the Galatians that they needed to follow Jewish laws in order to be saved, instead of relying on Christ’s sacrifice and the grace of God.  Paul was very concerned for the Galatians and was pained by the fact that they were being led astray from the true Gospel.  In today’s key passage, Paul explains to the Galatians what they were really doing by listening to the Judaizers – they were returning to a life of slavery.  He explains that before they turned to God, the Galatians lived as slaves.  They were slaves to sin, slaves to temptation, and slaves to the pressures of this world.  Paul asks the Galatians, “But now that you know God—or rather are known by God—how is it that you are turning back to those weak and miserable principles? Do you wish to be enslaved by them all over again?

Before we were saved, we were all slaves.  We were slaves to our sinful desires and our sinful ways.  We were slaves to trying to live up to the expectations of others.  We were slaves to the ways of the world.  When we found Christ, however, that bondage was broken.  The chains that held us were broken and we were finally free.  We rejoiced in that freedom of knowing that we were saved.  We rejoiced in knowing that our eternal salvation was secured by the cross of Christ.  Sadly, for many Christians, after a period of time that joy begins to fade.  When the pressures of the world begin to overwhelm them, the passion they once felt for God starts to dwindle.  At best, they become lukewarm Christians.  At worst, they backslide completely.  Some are led astray by bad teaching.  Others are led astray by a lack of time or energy that comes from not making God the number one priority in life (in other words, they find that they simply “do not have time” to be a passionate follower of Christ).  Still others are led astray by temptations to sin or by guilt over past sins.  When we feel the pressures coming on – the pressures to be led astray from God – we must remember exactly what we would be returning to if we allow ourselves to stray.  We would be returning to slavery.  We would be giving up the very freedom that Christ’s sacrifice bought for us.  In 2 Peter 2:20-21, the Apostle Peter writes, “If they have escaped the corruption of the world by knowing our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and are again entangled in it and overcome, they are worse off at the end than they were at the beginning. It would have been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than to have known it and then to turn their backs on the sacred command that was passed on to them.”  Once we have been saved, we should do everything we can to keep that fire that once burned so brilliantly for God.  We cannot allow anything to lessen that fire or put it out.  Do you remember how you felt toward God the day you were saved?  Do you remember that passion you felt?  Do you remember that fire?  Do you still feel that way toward Him?  Do not allow the pressures of this world to make you a slave again.  Stay strong in your faith through prayer, keep your fire burning, and maintain your freedom.  Jesus paid a hefty price for that freedom.  Do not allow His sacrifice to go to waste in your life.

During your Bible reading today, what “key passages” stood out to you?  Leave a comment below to share what God is showing you about His Word today.

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No Other Gospel


Daily Bible Reading – Deuteronomy 13-15; Galatians 1

Today’s Key Passage – Galatians 1:6-24

During Paul’s first missionary trip, he visited several cities in Galatia (which is now Turkey).  Upon his return from that trip, he found out that a group of Jewish Christians (called Judaizers) visited these cities in Galatia and tried to convince the people there that Paul’s teaching was incorrect.  According to the Judaizers, a Gentile first needed to become a Jew before he could become a Christian.  Paul preached the true Gospel and told the Gentiles that they were saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ.  The Judaizers, on the other hand, preached that all of the Old Testament laws (circumcision, dietary restrictions, etc.) must be followed by Gentiles before they could be saved.  These two competing messages caused a lot of confusion for the new believers in the early Galatian churches, so Paul wrote them a letter (the Book of Galatians) to try to clarify the matter for them.

Our key verse today comes from the first chapter in Galatians.  In it, Paul tells the people of Galatia that he is shocked to see that they have been misled so easily by the Judaizers.  He explains that the Gospel he preached to them was the real Gospel, and that anyone else who told them anything different was lying and should be condemned.  How do we know that Paul’s Gospel was the truth?  Because it came directly from the source.  Paul explains that his Gospel did not come from men – he received it directly by a revelation from Jesus Christ.  Did you ever play that game as a child in which one person whispers a sentence into someone’s ear, who then whispers it into another person’s ear?  The sentence is continually passed in this fashion from person to person until eventually it makes its way back to the original person.  Do you remember how the message at the end was always completely different from the message in the beginning?  Do you also remember that the first person who was told the message was usually the most accurate?  We know that the Gospel as presented in the Bible is true because it comes from people who had first-hand knowledge.  The Gospel in the Bible was given to men like Matthew, Peter, John, and Paul directly from Jesus Christ himself.  There cannot be a more accurate depiction than the one that comes from the people who heard it directly from the Master.

Sadly, today there are still people who preach false Gospels.  Some people do it intentionally in an effort to make money, and other people are simply misguided.  There are people who claim that we need to “do” something to be saved, but the reality is that Jesus has already done everything that needed to be done.  His death on the cross was enough to save us, and nothing we can do will add to that in the eyes of God.  Just like the early Christians, we must still be cautious to avoid being misled by people preaching a false message.  Our greatest tool in avoiding false Gospels is the Bible itself.  When you hear someone talking about a new idea, all we have to do is compare what the person is saying with what the Bible says.  If the preacher conflicts with the Bible, we know what he says is false.  If the preacher makes it more about him than about Christ, we know what he says is false.  Guard your heart against false teaching, and always remember that there is no other Gospel other than the one in the Bible, and there is no other way to be saved than through faith in Jesus Christ.


During your Bible reading today, what “key passages” stood out to you?  Leave a comment below to share what God is showing you about His Word today.

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