Dying to LiveMarch 28, 2021 / Galatians 2:17-21
What is the purpose of man? (Westminster Confession, Question 1)
What is the problem that arises if we are justified by faith?
What is the “key word” to help us understand Gal. 2:17? Why are Gentiles called “sinners”? Why are Paul and Peter being called “sinners”?
How can the Judaizers arrive at a conclusion that Christ is a servant of sin? What does this even mean?
What is Paul’s response to the accusation that Christ might be a servant of sin? (James 1:13, Deut. 32:4, 1 John 3:5, 1 Pet. 2:21)
Who is responsible for our sin as unbelievers? Believers?
What does Paul mean in Gal 2:18? What is he “rebuilding”? How do we do this as modern-day Christians?
What happens if we require to law to prove our salvation as believers?
What happened when Paul died to the law? Why is this important? (Rom. 7:1-6)
Who lives in us? (Col. 1:27) How does this affect how we interact in our daily lives?
Since Christ has died for us, how are we supposed to live? (Rom. 7:21-24)
What is the reality if our righteousness (justification) is from the law?
Why should we desire to be better people as Christians?