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One in Christ
8/24/2013 (SAT)
  |  Bible: Galatians 2:11-21
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“ Summary, Part 3 (final) ”
The law says that we’re dead, and it can make no further demands upon us. Verse 19: the law and faith are mutually exclusive. Verse 20: Christ is the head of a humanity of which believers have been made members. This is mysterious, but not mystical. We now live by faith: not in our traditions, nor our cultural roots, nor our personal roots, nor in obedience to a law that we can never satisfy, but by choice and reliance on the Lord Jesus Christ. The Lord Jesus did not die for the world in general, but for His elect. He took my sin upon Himself, and died the death that I deserved to die because He loved me. Verse 21 drives the argument home: any other means of faith frustrates the grace of God. The unity of the body of Christ is a tangible, visible expression of the Gospel. Its divisions nullify that grace; they are us not being straightforward about the truth of the Gospel. NOTE: THE SERMON ENDS AT 35:05, AND A QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION FOLLOWS.

Ian Migala (8/28/2013)
from Minneapolis, Minnesota
“ Summary, Part 2 ”
However, in GALATIANS 2:11-21, Paul related a surprising charge he had for Peter later at Antioch: that Peter had been withdrawing from saved Gentiles in the presence of Jews to retain Jewish tradition, and thus had been encouraging them to live as Jews, which conflicts with the truth of the Gospel. Was Paul exaggerating? No. Peter’s behavior intimated that ultimate spirituality had to do with keeping Jewish traditions. By withdrawing from the Gentiles, Peter, as a leader of the apostles, was suggesting that the Gentiles needed to learn from his behavior. He was introducing merit into grace and not being true to the Gospel. Also note that Paul rebuked Peter publicly because his sin was public. Verse 14: “compel” means to impose or enforce. From verses 15 through 21, Paul argues that he and Peter are Jews by nature; nevertheless, knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but through faith in Christ Jesus, why return to something that does not justify us? We have no hope for Heaven if we rely on ourselves in anyway. Verse 17: “justified” includes salvation, sanctification, and glorification, as they are all mutually inclusive. Verse 18: if we rebuild something upon which we've turned our backs (in this case, the law), we've re-established accountability to it.

Ian Migala (8/28/2013)
from Minneapolis, Minnesota
“ Summary, Part 1 ”
In ACTS 10 and 11, Peter was granted a vision of unclean animals descending from Heaven on a sheet. He was invited to eat of them. After his resistance, God told him that he is not call unclean what God has cleansed. Soon after, Cornelius, a Gentile, came to see Peter at the command of an angel of God, and Peter understood the vision: that God is no respecter of persons, Jew or Gentile. This was quite a lesson for someone brought up in Mosaic law. He understood that those in every nation who fear God are acceptable to God, something the early church in Jerusalem resisted as it was so contrary to what they had been taught to think. God was giving the Holy Spirit to Gentiles! Together, they went from Joppa to Caesarea, a Roman port where kosher food was not to be found. But Peter stayed because he understood the point of the vision. Then, they went to Jerusalem, where Peter was confronted for eating with the Gentiles. But he relates his story, and the apostles there saw the confirming Holy Spirit.

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