Galatians 6:6-18 — Final Instructions

The Apostle Paul closes out this great letter to the Galatian believers by instructing them on what some might call the Law Cause and Effect.  The exception is that he is doing so in light of either sowing to the flesh (or by living one’s life legalistically) or the Spirit (or living according to God’s grace).  Then, he shares more observations about those who had caused the Galatians to choose the legalistic route by showing what their real motivations were: pride, cowardice, and hypocrisy.

Finally, Paul returns to a theme he has harped on time-and-again throughout his letter, which is GRACE!  It is all about God’s grace; a fitting conclusion to a letter that has not lost its importance, especially in our day, where false prophets and teachers are rife, and too many Christians are following them.

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