Living with Your Choices by Robert Walker

Living with Your Choices
Robert Walker
Galatians 5:16-23

I. THE BELIEVERS COURSE

A. THE METHOD OF VICTORY

B. THE MANNER OF VICTORY


II. THE BELIEVER'S CONFLICT

III. THE BELIEVERS'S CHARACTER


Wauneta Edwards and Grace Williams will always remember row #43. Those two ladies resided in Pensacola, Florida in August of 1985 they were boarding Delta flight 91 on its way Dallas-Forth Worth airport.

They remembered that Wauneta Williams wanted to sit in the front part of the plane but Grace Edwards as she recalled it her fussing at her made her choose a seat on row 43 almost the very back. We know the after math of what happen that day those two ladies lived not only with the choice they made they lived because of the choice they made.

Life is full of intersection... cross currents... trade winds.

In the book o Galatians, Paul is describing the struggle between the old nature and the new nature which is the common experience of Christians everywhere.

The conflict is a war to death. There can be no cessation of hostilities until we are called home to glory. No armistice can be signed. A truce is out of the question.

Appeasement policies are futile. This war began in the life of the believer when he was born again. Before an individual becomes a Christian, the battle on the inside is between bad and better, but it is only in one realm, the realm of our carnal nature.

It is often a struggle between living an immoral life and a good moral life.

When the individual becomes a Christian the battle is altogether different. It is a conflict between two opposing natures; a carnal nature (Adamic) and a divine nature (Christ). These two natures always oppose each other.

I want you to see three things that are set forth in Galatians 5:16-23




III. THE BELIEVERS COURSE

"This I say then, Walk in the Spirit." Notice in verse 25 it calls upon the believer again to "walk in the Spirit."

We see Paul use the phrase " ...


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