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February

Galatians
Paul wrote this letter to the churches in Galatia, an area in Turkey. The gospel is the good news that Jesus saves us freely. No matter how much we try to obey the law, that can't help save us. The churches in Galatia thought they must now obey the law. Paul wrote this letter to correct them.

Jan. 31 - Feb. 6, Galatians 1
1. Who made Paul an apostle? (1:1)
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2. Paul had preached the good news of salvation to the people in Galatia. Now someone else preached a different message. What did Paul say about that message and preacher? (1:6-9)
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3. Was Paul trying to make people happy, or make God happy? Should we try to make people happy, or make God happy? (1:10)
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4. Paul preached about Jesus. Where did he get this message? From God or from people? (1:11-17)
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Feb. 7-13, Galatians 2
1. Paul continued to explain that he taught the truth. Who met with Paul and accepted him and his teaching? (2:1-10)
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2. The main issue was circumcision. Jews got circumcised. Gentiles (non-Jews) didn't get circumcised. The question was this: when a non-Jew became a Christian, should he get circumcised? Did they force Titus to get circumcised? (2:3)
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3. What did Cephas (Peter) do wrong in Antioch? (2:11-14)
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4. If we obey God's law, does that save us? Or does faith in Jesus save us? (2:15-16)
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Feb. 14-20, Galatians 3
1. What does the Bible say about people who trust the law? (3:10)
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2. What does the Bible say about people who have faith in God? (3:11)
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3. Why did God give people His law? (3:19)
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4. Before Jesus came, what guarded people or kept them in prison? (3:23-24)
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5. How did you become clothed with Christ? (3:27-29)
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Feb. 21-27, Galatians 4
1. Paul uses a comparison here. Before Jesus came, the law ruled us. Paul says that we were like what? (4:1-3)
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2. What does it mean that God adopts us as sons? (4:4-7)
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3. If a slave becomes free, he should not want to be a slave again. What happens if Christians think they must obey the law? (4:8-11)
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