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John Ploog - June 6, 2021

God's Perfected Family

I'd like to say I grew up in a perfect family, and I’d like to hear my children say they did too…and mean it. In what ways could your family have done better? The Bible uses so many wonderful metaphors to help us understand the relationship He wants to have with us. He often chose marriage and the family to help us get the picture of what He’s up to. He even uses family matters to clarify difficult doctrinal things, like the relationship between the law and grace. After all, “a person is made right with God by faith in Jesus Christ, not by obeying the law” (2:16, NLT). So, what place does God’s law have in our lives? Let’s consider how God’s perfected family, can help us grasp how it all works together.

From Series: "Galatians"

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John Ploog - June 6, 2021

God's Perfected Family

I'd like to say I grew up in a perfect family, and I’d like to hear my children say they did too…and mean it. In what ways could your family have done better? The Bible uses so many wonderful metaphors to help us understand the relationship He wants to have with us. He often chose marriage and the family to help us get the picture of what He’s up to. He even uses family matters to clarify difficult doctrinal things, like the relationship between the law and grace. After all, “a person is made right with God by faith in Jesus Christ, not by obeying the law” (2:16, NLT). So, what place does God’s law have in our lives? Let’s consider how God’s perfected family, can help us grasp how it all works together.

From Series: "Galatians"

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John Ploog - June 6, 2021

God's Perfected Family

I'd like to say I grew up in a perfect family, and I’d like to hear my children say they did too…and mean it. In what ways could your family have done better? The Bible uses so many wonderful metaphors to help us understand the relationship He wants to have with us. He often chose marriage and the family to help us get the picture of what He’s up to. He even uses family matters to clarify difficult doctrinal things, like the relationship between the law and grace. After all, “a person is made right with God by faith in Jesus Christ, not by obeying the law” (2:16, NLT). So, what place does God’s law have in our lives? Let’s consider how God’s perfected family, can help us grasp how it all works together.

From Series: "Galatians"

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