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Galatians 2

In the second week of our study of Galatians, we unpack chapters 3 and 4. Paul's frustration is still on full display as he accuses the Galatian church of acting foolishly by allowing themselves to be misled. Chapters 3 and 4 are the scriptural proof that Paul offers to establish that the Spirit is received by faith in Christ and not by the works of the law. Paul uses the story of Abraham and God's promise to bless the world through him as the anchor for his argument in the text.