Wednesday, November 24, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 47 | Day 328 | Wednesday, November 24, 2021 | Galatians 1-3

#REDChallenge | Week 47 | Day 328 | Wednesday, November 24, 2021 | Galatians 1-3

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Day 325 | Sunday, November 21, 2021 | Acts 13-14

Day 326 | Monday, November 22, 2021 | James 1-5

Day 327 | Tuesday, November 23, 2021 | Acts 15-16

Day 328 | Wednesday, November 24, 2021 | Galatians 1-3

Day 329 | Thursday, November 25, 2021 | Galatians 4-6

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  1. Do you think I speak this strongly in order to manipulate crowds? Or curry favor with God? Or get popular applause? If my goal was popularity, I wouldn’t bother being Christ’s slave. Know this—I am most emphatic here, friends—this great Message I delivered to you is not mere human optimism. I didn’t receive it through the traditions, and I wasn’t taught it in some school. I got it straight from God, received the Message directly from Jesus Christ.
    Galatians 1:10‭-‬12 MSG

  2. As for those who were considered important in the church, their reputation doesn’t concern me. God isn’t impressed with mere appearances, and neither am I. And of course these leaders were able to add nothing to the message I had been preaching. It was soon evident that God had entrusted me with the same message to the non-Jews as Peter had been preaching to the Jews. Recognizing that my calling had been given by God, James, Peter, and John—the pillars of the church—shook hands with me and Barnabas, assigning us to a ministry to the non-Jews, while they continued to be responsible for reaching out to the Jews. The only additional thing they asked was that we remember the poor, and I was already eager to do that.
    Galatians 2:6‭-‬10 MSG

  3. Answer this question: Does the God who lavishly provides you with his own presence, his Holy Spirit, working things in your lives you could never do for yourselves, does he do these things because of your strenuous moral striving or because you trust him to do them in you? Don’t these things happen among you just as they happened with Abraham? He believed God, and that act of belief was turned into a life that was right with God.
    Galatians 3:5‭-‬6 MSG

  4. So those now who live by faith are blessed along with Abraham, who lived by faith—this is no new doctrine! And that means that anyone who tries to live by his own effort, independent of God, is doomed to failure. Scripture backs this up: “Utterly cursed is every person who fails to carry out every detail written in the Book of the law.”
    Galatians 3:9‭-‬10 MSG

  5. The obvious impossibility of carrying out such a moral program should make it plain that no one can sustain a relationship with God that way. The person who lives in right relationship with God does it by embracing what God arranges for him. Doing things for God is the opposite of entering into what God does for you. Habakkuk had it right: “The person who believes God, is set right by God—and that’s the real life.” Rule-keeping does not naturally evolve into living by faith, but only perpetuates itself in more and more rule-keeping, a fact observed in Scripture: “The one who does these things [rule-keeping] continues to live by them.”
    Galatians 3:11‭-‬12 MSG