Book of Galatians and the New Covenant: The Truth that Christians Don’t Know

Paul was known to be the Apostle to the Gentiles.

It was Paul who primarily went out of the Jewish community and reached out to those people who were once not part of the commonwealth of Israel.

Through his letter to the Galatians, Paul explained one important lesson that most Christians misunderstood.

In fact, the book of Galatians is commonly used to teach that the law of God is no longer binding and that we can do whatever we want now as long as we “believe” in Jesus Christ.

However, is this what the book of Galatians really teach? Did Paul really get rid of God’s law through this letter? Most importantly, what does it really mean to be under the New Covenant?

In this post, let us take a look at the book of Galatians and see what it really says about the New Covenant, God’s laws, and the expectations for Christians today.

Read, “What Does the Book of Galatians Teach About the New Covenant?

4 thoughts on “Book of Galatians and the New Covenant: The Truth that Christians Don’t Know

  1. I think that even though we are free, we are free from sin. What do I mean by that? I mean like it’s still not good to steal and kill and lie; however, God also says that if we want to change our ways and live according to him, then he would gladly accept us because we are justified through the blood of Jesus and the Holy Spirit has worked in our lives.

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    • Hi Germinr,

      Thanks for your comment.

      That’s correct. God will accept us and through the blood of Yahshua (Jesus), we are justified. However, for us to stay justified, we must stop sinning. God expects us to change and turn back from our sins.

      Regards,
      Joshua

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      • Dude it’s so nice to hear someone else who thinks like me. I always go through the day and no one wants to talk about these subjects and it’s such a refresher knowing there’s another young dude who wants to serve God like me

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