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The phrase "restore such an one" comes from Galatians 6:1, which refers to erring Christian brothers. Listen to our audio devotional on this topic.
This audio devotional is from Galatians 5:14: "For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this; Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself."
Who did hinder you? It's a question that is asked in the subject of our audio devotional, Galatians 5:7, which is about our obedience to truth.
The question from Galatians 4:16 is "Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?" This audio devotional takes a closer look.
This audio devotional from Galatians 3:8 is called "Justify the heathen," based on a quote from the first part of the verse. Take a listen.
We are not justified by works is the central theme of Galatians 2:16. This audio devotional focuses on the verse and justification by faith.
Galatians 1:8-9 says that those preaching any other gospel should be accursed. This audio devotional focuses on the true gospel and false gospels.
Some will too easily embrace another gospel, which is not another. This audio devotional brings us a warning from Galatians 1:6-7.
Paul says "I am glad" you are obedient in Romans 16:19, but calls the Roman church to something higher in this audio devotional.
Men make all manner of sacrifices for brethren, but, what about laying down their own necks? An audio devotional from Romans 16:3-4.
"That ye may abound" is an audio devotional focused on Romans 15:13. It is about the wonderful things Christ provides for believers.
Who are we to judge another man's servant? This is the question that opens Romans 14:4-5 and this audio devotional on the passage.
When we get in the habit of justifying, excusing, or ignoring our sin, we are living outside reality. This opens us to accepting other alternate realities. And it compels us to harshly judge or irrationally defend others in sin.