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In verse 1, Paul expresses his astonishment at the Galatians. What might have led them to shift their focus from the message of Christ crucified?

Reflect on Paul’s use of the term “bewitched” in verse 1. What do you think he is trying to convey about the Galatians’ mindset?

In verses 2-5, Paul recalls the Galatians’ experience of receiving the Spirit. How does this relate to the idea of faith and works in the Christian journey?

Verse 6 highlights Abraham’s belief being counted as righteousness. How does this Old Testament example connect with the Galatians’ situation?

Explore the significance of the phrase “cursed is everyone who does not abide by all things written in the Book of the Law” in verse 10. What implications does it have for our understanding of salvation?

Consider Paul’s emphasis on faith in verses 11-12. How does faith play a central role in our relationship with God, according to this passage?

Verse 13 speaks of Christ redeeming us from the curse of the law. What does this redemption mean for believers, and how does it impact our daily lives?

Reflect on the idea of becoming heirs through faith, as mentioned in verse 14. How does our faith in Christ position us as heirs, and what does this inheritance entail?

Consider the overall message of these verses. How can we apply the teachings of Galatians 3:1-14 in our lives today, especially in the context of faith, works, and the freedom found in Christ?

Loving God – Loving People:

Verse 13: Reflect on Christ’s redemptive act as a demonstration of His love for us. How does understanding the depth of this love impact our own love for God and others?

Preaching the Word:

Verses 1-2: Discuss how Paul’s emphasis on the message of Christ crucified relates to the importance of preaching the Word. How does this message serve as a foundation for effective preaching?

Making Disciples:

Verses 2-5: Reflect on the Galatians’ experience of receiving the Spirit. How does this relate to the transformative aspect of discipleship, and how can the Holy Spirit guide the process of making disciples?