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St. Paul wrote this letter sometime around 48-53 A.D. to the Galatian churches in Asia Minor which he had pioneered on his first missionary journey. Paul addresses two major issues facing the believers in Galatia and elsewhere: First, does one have to become a Jew to receive salvation? Second, what does it mean to be free in Christ? So, this letter is about freedom in Christ. Paul reminds us that we are saved by grace alone, through faith in Jesus alone (2:16). After laying the foundation that we are saved by faith alone, not by observing the law, Paul teaches us that our Christian freedom means to love and serve one another freely, not to use the freedom to indulge the sinful nature.
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