Authors of the New Testament tell us to imitate the example of Christ and so fulfill the law of Christ (Gal. 6:2).
As you seek to be perfected by the Spirit, you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.
The Christian is not under the law, but is being changed into Christ's image as they live a life looking to Him.
Men are imprisoned under the law but due to the weakness of the flesh they do not want to be there.
The Galatians were wanting to be perfected and grow and advance in the Christian life...
The Apostle Paul was being accused of preaching a different gospel to the Jews and to the Gentiles.
In Galatians Paul is adamantly arguing that his Gospel came by the authority of Jesus Christ...
False teachers will tend either to legalism, adding works to be saved or majoring on the minors; or lawlessness,...
False teachers often quote the Bible but they twist and misapply the real meaning of the Word of God in order to promote their own agenda.
Surely the number one characteristic of the false teacher is pride. They desire to control people,...
We must never forget that God uses us as the means by which to reach the man down our street who has not heard the Gospel.
God does not supply the Spirit to you because you have fulfilled some legalistic checklist of expectations.
You either try to come in the way of Cain and will be rejected or you come by the way of Abel and will be accepted.