The Curse of the Church Crowd (9 of 15) by Ernest Easley
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Series: The Lord of Liberty
Ernest L. Easley
Tonight, we are continuing our study of the book of Galatians under the heading: The Lord of Liberty! And if you don't learn anything else from the book of Galatians, learn this: Jesus + Nothing = Salvation! That is the salvation equation! Jesus + Nothing = Salvation!
I received this week an email from a member of church about the book of Galatians. Here is what he said, ''I had no religious background growing up. It took about three years listening to good preaching and studying and teaching the Bible, working at the church, even being made a deacon for God to bring me to the point of Grace + O = Salvation. It is a lesson I never forget.''
That is a Bible truth we don't need to forget either! And yet, the Devil will work overtime trying to influence you with the Judaizer's poison. He will try to draw you back under the law where there is bondage rather than enjoying the liberty of grace!
Well tonight from Galatians chapter 3, I want to talk to you about The Curse of the Church Crowd. Now last Sunday night we saw The Mystery of the Bewitched Believers. Paul says in Galatians 3.1, ''O foolish Galatians! Who has bewitched you that you should not obey the truth,'' And that word ''Bewitched'' means to cast a spell. They believed that a sorcerer could give somebody the evil eye and pronounce a curse on them. They were acting like a bunch of people who had been cursed and Paul calls them ''foolish.''
3.1, ''O foolish Galatians!'' Now beginning in verse 10, we read tonight about The Curse of the Church Crowd. You need to know that it is possible to be in the church crowd and cursed!
Well, let's see how they became cursed, and then let's see the results of their curse, and then determine if we too are living under the same curse!
''The Curse of the Church Crowd''
Now you don't usually associate church people with being und ...
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