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Gal. 3: Works of law OR hearing of faith? — on Probing the Prophets with Rod

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Those foolish, bewitched Galatians! They got things all scrambled in their heads. The miracles that were worked among them--even their very life with Jesus--were Spirit-driven and enabled. But now, they strove to maintain their standing with God through their own perfectly-keeping-the-Law efforts. It's almost as though they were saying to God, "Thanks for the push to get me going, but I got this now!"


Perfect Law keeping is not possible. Trying is death. It leads to the Curse.

On the other hand, Jesus bore the Curse; released all from it who are "of faith." But, He still holds all under it who are "of works."

Remember the Promise! It came half a millennia before the Law. Which should have preeminence?

So, why did God use angels to ordain the Law? What was its purpose? What were its limits?

We're eager to explore these with you. Join us!