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Galatians3_2

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Week of October3, 2010
Galatians 3:15-29
 Andrew Bacon
 
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Galatians 3:15-29Preparations
Read Galatians, Chapter 3:15-29
Read the study guide and familiarize yourself with the lesson. Make sureyou read the “Take Aways” sectionso you know what the aim of thisstudy is. However, be open to other truths as theymay presentthemselves!
Print this guideout so you can have it handy if needed.
Pray for your ability to guide and for those in your group!
Hang Time
Catch up/Small talk 
Recap and Share
 Ask how they would summarize Chapter 3:1-14from last week.
In last week’s study, Paul makes the case for being justified through faith,rather than through works. The Galatians had started with faith, but had turnedback to works. Paul also remembers Abraham, and uses him as an example.
Read and Ask 
Read Galatians3:15-29. (Have someone read each section, separated byparagraphs. Go around the group until everyone reads and continue untilthe end of the chapter.)
 Ask for some General Observations: If no one gets to these on their own,here are some great questions to get things rolling…
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How does this connect with firstpart of chapter 3?
Paul is continuing to explain how the law does not justify you.
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What does Paul seem to be doing in this Chapter?
Giving us more detail into the laws originsand appealing to logic.
 
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Study
Chapter 3:15-18Abraham and the Law V. 15 –In the Old Testament, God’spromise to Abraham was a based on faithand God’s covenant with the people through Moses was based on works (TheTen Commandments). Do you think that the law replaced faith in the OldTestament?
What Paul is saying here is that the two are separated and have two distinct purposes. Just like a human covenant, it cannot be added to or changed. He is saying that the faith covenant has always been open, just not always understood by his people.
 Read v. 16-18-So Paul says that Jesus is the seed of Abraham. Do you believethis? Check out the lineage
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*Note: This is a general lineage, not including the many generations that areincluded. For example, David was NOT the father of Jesus. However, Josephand Mary’s lines are traced back to David.
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