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Galatians 3:1 - 3:18

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GalatiansSteve Gregg

In this commentary on Galatians 3:1-18, Steve Gregg discusses the idea that true obedience to God comes from a heart filled with love and gratitude, rather than rigid adherence to laws and ordinances. He urges listeners to focus on developing a relationship with Christ and seeking to live a holy life through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Gregg also emphasizes that salvation comes through faith in Jesus, rather than through religious rituals or works. Overall, his message encourages a deeper understanding and practice of true Christian faith.

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