Page Two Paul had agonized for th Galatians to wrest them from the Devil in the first place Now he is sufforring once again as he seeks to deliver them from false teachers Until Christ be formed in y
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Page Two Paul had agonized for th Galatians to wrest them from the Devil in the first place Now he is sufforring once again as he seeks to deliver them from false teachers Until Christ be formed in y

Paul refers to their need for Christian maturity Compare Ephe3ians 13 growing up intc the full stature of Christ Per liaps this is why he refers to the as my little children They could not stand alone as yet Just like little children who get in tr

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Page Two Paul had agonized for th Galatians to wrest them from the Devil in the first place Now he is sufforring once again as he seeks to deliver them from false teachers Until Christ be formed in y




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Page Two Paul had agonized for th Galatians to wrest them from the Devil in the first place Now he is sufforring once again as he seeks to deliver them from false teachers "Until Christ be formed in you" actually means "Until you have taken the form of Christ ." Paul refers to their need for Christian maturity Compare Ephe3ians :13 "growing up intc the full stature -of Christ ." Per .liaps this is why he refers to the as "my little children ." They could not stand alone as yet Just like little children who get in trouble when mother is not around, the Galatians were getting

into trouble during Paul's absence They needed grow up The Christian who has reached maturity' in Christ is nt easily fooled by false teachers In verse 20 Paul lovingly longs to be in Galatia He wishes to talk to them face to face so that his flings might be better conveyed by his tone of voice Conclusion Paul here speaks to the Galatians as loving parent to wayward children He longs to have the relationship that they once rejoyed together Much more he longs that the Galatians reject the false teach .rs working among them and grow up into mature Christians they should be