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What does Galatians chapter 5 mean? Paul's letter to the Galatians can be divided into three parts. Chapters 1—2 focus on Paul's biography, including his qualifications to represent Christ as an apostle. The end of chapter 2, through chapter 4, deals mainly with theology, explaining that justification comes by faith in Christ and not by ...

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Galatians 5 – Standing Fast In the Liberty of Jesus A. A final appeal to walk in the liberty of Jesus. 1. (1) A summary statement: in light of all that Paul has previously said, he now challenges the Galatians to walk in the truth he has presented.

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16. This I say then--Repeating in other words, and explaining the sentiment in Galatians 5:13, What I mean is this." Walk in the Spirit--Greek, "By (the rule of) the (Holy) Spirit." Compare Galatians 5:16-18 Galatians 5:22 Galatians 5:25, Galatians 6:1-8, with Romans 7:22, 8:11. The best way to keep tares out of a bushel is to fill it with wheat.

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Chapter 5. AN OLD STORY AND A NEW MEANING (Galatians 4:21-31; Galatians 5:1) 5:1 Tell me this--you who want to be subject to the law, you listen to it being read to you, don't you? Well, then, it stands written in it that Abraham had two sons; one was the son of the slave girl and one was the son of the free woman.

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Galatians 5:5-6. For we — Who believe in Christ, and are his true disciples, having been savingly enlightened in the knowledge of the truth; do, through the influences of the Spirit — Without any of these carnal ordinances; wait for — In sure confidence of obtaining; the hope of righteousness — That is, the righteousness we hope for, and the full reward of it; by faith — The only way ...

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Galatians 5:5. For we through the Spirit wait Who have believed in Christ, Christians in general, and the apostle and the brethren with him in particular; who also were Jews born, and brought up as such; and yet they did not look for, and expect heaven and happiness through circumcision, or any of the works of the law, but through the righteousness of Christ received by faith, under the ...

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Galatians 5:1. Stand fast therefore in the liberty There is the liberty of grace, and the liberty of glory; the former of these is here meant, and lies in a freedom from sin; not from the indwelling of it, but from the dominion, guilt, and damning power of it; from the captivity and tyranny of Satan, though not from his temptations and insults; from the law, the ceremonial law, as an ...

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Galatians 5:13. For brethren, ye have been called unto liberty He calls them "brethren", to testify his affection to them, and to put them in mind of their relation to one another, which required mutual love, a thing he is about to press them to; he asserts that they were "called" not merely externally, but internally, by the effectual grace of God, out of bondage to sin, Satan...

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Commentary on Galatians 5:13-15 (Read Galatians 5:13-15) The gospel is a doctrine according to godliness, 1 Timothy 6:3, and is so far from giving the least countenance to sin, that it lays us under the strongest obligation to avoid and subdue it. The apostle urges that all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this, Thou shalt love thy ...

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Read Galatians 5 commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Galatians 5 and more! ... That this is his meaning appears from v. 4, where he expresses the same thing by their being justified by the law, or seeking justification by the works of it.