Whose approval do you hope to win? Friends? Co-workers? Someone in your family? What about God? Religious teachers in the early church were insisting that faith was not enough, that being right with God required something more than Christ. Paul wrote Galatians to remind the believers that salvation isn't based on what we do (or don't do) or what we know or feel. Nothing is required on our part, except to believe. In showing us this profound difference between living by law and living by grace, he reminds us that we are indeed free in Christ.
About the Series
Life Lessons with Max Lucado are twelve week studies with each lesson including Reflection questions to begin your study, Bible Reading section with text in both NCV and NKJV, Discovery questions to help you explore the bible, Inspirational thoughts from the writings of Max Lucado, Response questions for discussion, a prayer, additional questions, and room for journaling.
Revised and updated, the Lucado Life Lessons series takes the participant on a journey through the Bible, book by book. Inquisitive questions and new material compose this useful and concise tool from renowned Bible teacher and pastor Max Lucado.
Other books in this series 1&2 Peter 1&2 Thessalonians 1&2 Timothy and Titus 1 Corinthians 1,2,3 John and Jude 2 Corinthians Colossians & Philemon Acts Ephesians Galatians Hebrews James Philippians Revelation Romans The Gospel of John The Gospel of Luke The Gospel of Mark The Gospel of Matthew