Paul expands on the picture of the law being a type of guardian until we are adopted into the family of God by faith in the finished work of Christ on the cross.
Paul calls the Galatians “foolish” and “bewitched” because they were believing the lie pushed upon them that to mature in Jesus one has to live by the law. The law prepared us for Jesus, once you are in Him do not go back!
False believers were creeping in to the church and urging Gentiles to come under the law. Paul confronts Peter for falling into this addition to the Gospel which actually nullifies the Gospel.
Guest author King Lemuel shares wisdom from his mother about avoiding women and wine. Instead seek the Lord and a Proverbs 31 wife!
The wisdom of Agur who admits without the Lord he is nothing. A poetic collection of comparisons the lend to the humbling of the human heart.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 30 read by Josef-Israel
The wise seek to share the truth while there is still time. Time will run out, so let’s be busy about the Lord’s work.
“Proverb on Tap” – Proverbs 29 read be Josef-Israel
Righteous leaders vs wicked leaders, pray for good godly leaders that serve God and people and hate covetousness.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 28 read by Josef-Israel
The wounds of a friend are good, the fool will not listen to reason. As servants of Jesus we are given a stewardship of our time, talents and possessions… and the mysteries of God.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 27 read by Josef-Israel
Honor is not fitting a fool, the lazy person or the one who is wise in his own eyes.
“Proverbs on Tap” – Proverbs 26 read by Josef-Isreal