Sermons on Galatians 5
Your enjoyment of freedom is much more important to God than many of the day-to-day decisions that fill us with so much concern.
How does Christ's love for us turn into our love for others?
The presence of a struggle with sin in this life is not a sign that we are lost. Perfection is not the test of spiritual life in this age.
Being a loving person is absolutely essential to being saved, because the faith which saves by its very essence works through love.
Freedom flows forth in love just as surely as a bubbling spring flows forth in a mountain stream.
A Christian is not a person who experiences no bad desires. A Christian is a person who is at war with those desires by the power of the Spirit.
People who bear the fruit of the Spirit know they are worthy only of condemnation. They know that the only pay they can earn is the wrath of God.
The great problem in contemporary Christian living is not learning the right things to do but how to do the right things. The problem is not to discover what love looks like but how to love by the Spirit.