Free in Christ: A 6-Day Devotional

This article is part of the ESV.org Reading Plans series.

Fighting for the Gospel

Paul’s letter to the Galatians addresses several key tenets of the gospel. It explains justification by faith, upholds the deity of Christ, and emphasizes the power of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer.

In Christ Has Set Us Free: Preaching and Teaching Galatians edited by D. A. Carson and Jeff Robinson Sr., Thomas R. Schreiner says:

Paul is engaged in a battle for the gospel in this letter, and his words still speak to us today. Vital issues for the Christian life are tackled in Galatians. Paul unpacks the heart of the gospel. . . . We will see that Jesus is fully divine and hence should be worshiped. And the cross of Christ plays a fundamental role in the letter, for no one is justified apart from the cross. Believers are right with God because Christ on the cross bore the curse that believers deserved, and Christ freed us from the power of sin through his death and resurrection.

Christ Has Set Us Free

D. A. Carson, Jeff Robinson Sr.

Nine seasoned Bible teachers walk through the entire book of Galatians, pointing out key doctrinal truths and offering insights on how to preach and teach the book.

A Reading Plan

Over the course of six days, read through the book of Galatians alongside passages adapted from Christ Has Set Us Free: Preaching and Teaching Galatians and begin to better understand what Christ has done to set us free from the power of sin through his death and resurrection.

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