The Paradox of Christian Living

The doctrine of Christian liberty proclaims our freedom from the condemnation of the moral law and from Jewish ceremonial ritual. It includes our freedom to approach God, through Christ, without need of a priesthood. Yet we are to be willing servants of God’s standards, and of other people. Key verses show how.

The Paradox of Christian Living

Galatians 5:1-13
Sunday Morning 27 March 2011
Dr Peter Masters

The doctrine of Christian liberty proclaims our freedom from the condemnation of the moral law and from Jewish ceremonial ritual. It includes our freedom to approach God, through Christ, without need of a priesthood. Yet we are to be willing servants of God’s standards, and of other people. Key verses show how.

Audio sermon by Dr Peter Masters of the Metropolitan Tabernacle London Spurgeon’s Church shared with permission. To download and play offline right click the title and ‘download linked file as’. God bless you for hearing and doing His work and word.

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