Galatians: Week Three


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Scripture to Read

Galatians 3

The law was meant to be an external restraint while the promise was made to be an internal transformation. 

Research & Define

  1. Clothed
  2. Works

Reflect & Discuss

  1. Have you ever experienced a Spiritual high and then questioned it afterwards?
  2. In what ways have you seen God move as a result of your faith rather than checking boxes off your to do list?
  3. How does this passage renew your desire for God?
  4. What is the theme of this chapter?

Related Scripture

Genesis 12 and 15

Deuteronomy 28:15-68

Colossians 3:12-17

Matthew 5:17-20


Memorize & Meditate

Write out Galatians 3:26-29.

Meditate on this Truth. We are all ONE in Christ.

Memorize this Scripture, let it renew your mind and change your heart.


Most Gracious Heavenly Father, I surrender all I am to You. Take me deeper than I have ever gone before and lead me where my trust is without borders. Your Word is the bread of life and the more I taste and see, the more I see your goodness, faithfulness and unfailing love. May Christ, through faith, dwell, abide, and make His permanent home in my heart. I am rooted and established in Your love; growing in grace and understanding of just how wide, long, high and deep in Your love that surpasses knowledge. Let this week’s study fill me to the measure of all the fullness of You, my Lord and Savior.

In Jesus’ name amen

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