This study of GALATIANS, TITUS, & PHILEMON divided into two parts and is concluded witha reinforcement study. In the study Jew and Gentile, slave and free-are all to live as family members. The roles are defined for husband and wife, brother and sister parent and child in reguard to conduct which draws people closer together, living as members of God's household. Also, itdistils the deepest of Paul's teachings about Jesus Christ and His church. This booklet is part of the FISHERMAN'S BIBLE STUDY GUIDES, with almost 60 book, character, topical, or core studies to choose from. Each study features built in leadership helps and a flexible format you can use in all kinds of setting. 13 studies for individuals or groups.
Paul wrote Galatians to defend the gospel - the Good News that we are saved by faith alone. Titus enforces this truth - we have been saved not because of good deeds, but to do good deeds. And Philemon continues the freedom theme with the account of a slave whose story is a parable of our redemption. As you study these letters, rejoice in the freedom Christ gives. It is Good News indeed
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-Penetrating questions that generate discussion
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-Helpful leader's notes
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