Day 33

The Bible In A Year 33

from the The Bible In A Year reading plan

Job 20-21, Galatians 2

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96 thoughts on "The Bible In A Year 33"

  1. Emily Morris says:

    Galatians 2:20

  2. carly potvin says:

    galatians 2:16-21❤️

  3. Amy B says:

    I didn’t mean to post yet.
    We cannot earn salvation in any way. None of us can do enough or be enough to be good enough to deserve it- it is purely an act of faith by the grace of God. However, once we come to faith, out of our love for the Lord and gratitude for what He’s done and doing in our lives, we will strive to obey, grow in our faith, emulate Him, step out in faith…. Faith without works is dead. He will use us in spite of who us. He stretches us and grows us as we act in faith.
    Thank you, Lord. May our lives bring glory to you.

    1. Nadine B says:

      Yes ❤️

  4. Amy B says:

    James spoke of faith without works being dead. Now Paul is emphasizing salvation is of faith not works. They seem in opposition, but in truth, they are very complimentary.

  5. Emerson says:

    That was alittle confusing but I think I got it

  6. Mattie says:

    Godless joy is only momentary ❤️

  7. Bree says:

    wonder why they skipped Galatians 1

    1. Janice says:

      They didn’t. Gal 1 was under January 31

  8. JJ Smith says:

    11But when Cephas came to Antioch, I opposed him to his face because he stood condemned.

    This stood out to me today, reading about Paul’s audacity in confronting what he knew to be sinful. How often do we face to face confront people who are distorting the gospel, adding to it or taking from it? Probably not nearly enough

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