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Restoring the Redeemed
LIBERTY .. NOT LEGALISM
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
November 5, 2006
Now as you are turning to Galatians 6 .. let me remind you that tonight at 6:00 p.m. marks the first of four fabulous Sunday nights in November with Dr. Jerry Vines.
I'm praying that God will use our month long Bible Conference with Dr. Vines to bring a fresh wind of revival among us. I also want to invite you to sing tonight in the Ya'll Come choir! You'll be meeting at 5:00 p.m. in the choir loft as you prepare to lead us in worship.
There will be great gospel singing and great gospel preaching and we're anticipating a mighty movement of God among us! You plan to be here tonight!
All right ... now this morning we come to Galatians 6 where we are picking up where we left off last time together under the heading: LIBERTY .. NOT LEGALISM!
If we have learned anything from the book of Galatians .. we have learned that God not only sets us free from the law .. but through Him .. we stay free. Through Him we are set free. Through Him we stay free. Thank God for the freedom we now have through the grace of God!
Here's how Paul put it back in 2.16, "knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law but by faith in Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Christ Jesus that we might be justified by faith in Christ and not by the works of the law; for by the works of the law no flesh shall be justified."
And that is what the book of Galatians is all about: free from bondage and full of grace! So now look with me to chapter 6. We find here a message to every minister of the church. In fact ... before we read from Galatians 6 ... let's identify all the ministers we have here today. Would all the ministers here today simply please raise your hand!
You see .. Every member is a minister! Somebody says, "How many ministers are there at Roswell Street Baptist Church?" We have hundreds of ministers here at Roswell Street! I heard about ...
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