The book of Galatians is a grace-laced dagger that pierces the heart of righteousness sought by works. Written from a place of deep concern, the apostle Paul pens the letter to the Galatians in distress that they’ve abandoned the gospel of Jesus Christ. And it makes sense that Paul is dismayed — no other news brings life everlasting. The opening sentence of Galatians 5 is worth a lifetime of

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