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Considering the concept of a covenant, how does Paul’s argument in Galatians 3:15-18 emphasize the unchangeable nature of God’s promises?

Reflecting on the role of mediator mentioned in verse 19, how does Jesus serve as a unique mediator in comparison to other figures in the Old Testament?

In verses 23-24, Paul uses the metaphor of the law as a guardian. How does this metaphor deepen our understanding of the purpose of the law in relation to faith in Christ?

Explore the idea of being “clothed with Christ” in verse 27. What significance does this imagery hold for believers today?

How does the absence of distinctions mentioned in verse 28 impact our view of unity within the body of Christ, especially in the context of cultural and societal differences?

Considering the promise to Abraham in verse 29, how does being heirs according to promise influence our understanding of identity and inheritance as believers?

Discuss the tension between faith and works presented in this passage. How does Paul’s argument align with the broader biblical narrative on salvation?

Verse 26 speaks of being sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. How does this relational language shape our understanding of our identity in Christ?

In what ways can believers actively live out the truth of verse 15, that “if you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the law”?

Considering the broader context of Galatians, how does the message of freedom in Christ address legalism and the human tendency to rely on our own efforts for salvation?

Loving God – Loving People:

In what specific ways can understanding the promises in Galatians contribute to deepening your love for God and expressing that love in your relationships with others?

Preaching the Word:

How can congregations actively participate in the preaching and teaching of the Word, ensuring that the message of Galatians 3:15-29 is understood and applied?

Making Disciples:

How can the message of Galatians 3:15-29 inspire believers to actively engage in making disciples who, in turn, understand and embrace the promises of God?