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Bible (KJV) NT 09: Galatians

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The book of Galatians in the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible offers a powerful and insightful look into the teachings of the apostle Paul. This letter to the churches in Galatia addresses important theological issues such as justification by faith, the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, and the freedom believers have in Christ.

The language in this translation is rich and poetic, enhancing the reading experience and bringing the text to life. The footnotes and cross-references provided also aid in deeper understanding of the scripture and its historical context.

One of the standout themes in Galatians is the idea of freedom in Christ. Paul emphasizes that believers are no longer bound by the law but are now children of God through faith. This message is powerful and relevant even today, reminding readers of the grace and mercy that has been extended to them through Jesus.

Overall, the book of Galatians in the KJV is a valuable resource for those seeking to deepen their understanding of the Christian faith. Its timeless truths and teachings continue to inspire and challenge readers to live out their faith with boldness and conviction.

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Paul wrote this letter to the Galatians to warn them of how they were changing their belief of the gospel. They were subtly starting to believe that they must finish in the flesh what was begun in the Spirit. They had forgotten the simplicity of the gospel. The Galatian church had been infected with "another gospel." The Letter to the Galatians is the Apostle Paul's antidote. They had been led to believe that what was begun in the Spirit was to be perfected through the flesh. They had been led astray. Paul's correction is two-fold: the completeness of salvation through the sacrifice of Jesus, the Christ, and the source of sanctification a life in the Spirit. Jesus died to pay the price for sin, crucified that flesh on the cross, and gave them His Spirit to live within them and live through them. Just as Moses could not get the children of Israel to the Promised Land, so the law and the flesh can not either. The law is Perfect and Complete, and is the school Master that only leads them to Jesus, whose Righteousness and Holiness fulfilled the law, and leads His children to the Promised Land. (peppersnoodles93 and by smolderinsmithy)

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