Galatians: An Expositional Commentary

Handbook (hardcopy study notes)

by Dr. Chuck Missler

Galatians: An Expositional Commentary
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The Epistle to the Galations is regarded as one of Paul's greatest and most important letters. It has been characterized as a "short Romans" and embraces in its six short chapters such a variety of vehement and intense emotion as could not be paralleled in any work.

As the second of the trilogy on Habakkuk 2:4, "The just shall live by faith," Galatians embodies the germinal teaching on Christian freedom, which separated Christianity from Judaism and which launched it upon its destiny on missionary conquest. Galatians is the guidebook for the release from the bondage of religious legalism.

The Epistle to the Galatians stands as a challenge to all who would take away the grace of God, the truth of the Gospel, and the joy and freedom that goes with it.

The Galatians supplemental notes are a helpful addition to the Galatians commentary which is available in the following formats:

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Reviewed by Adam
05/28/2012 - 09:07:20 PM
This series touches on topics in the Kingdom, Power & Glory Overcomer's Handbook by Chuck & Nancy Missler.

In these sessions Dr. Missler talks about being saved by grace not works. He talks about the misconceptions concerning losing salvation and explains that if you are saved then you can't become lost. He also discusses the three tenses of salvation (past tense, present tense & future tense).

In Hebrews Dr. Missler talks about the how our works come as a result of being saved (people get confused and think you have works and then you're saved but that is backwards).

One of my favorite topics in this series is concerning the judgement throne for believers where rewards are given in Heaven for metachoi aka over-comers.

This series challenged my preconceived notions on a lot of things concerning faith, rewards, & salvation. I own a ton of Chuck Missler's commentary on DVD and this is one of my favorites.