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White The Epistle to the Galatians, F.


PROMISE LAND MINISTRIES - Statement of Faith 87%

Salvation is a free gift from God apart from any works (Ephesians 2:8-9) that can only be received by faith in Jesus Christ (Acts 4:12, Galatians 2:16).


Receive God's Protection - Put on Christ 79%

We receive the Spirit by faith (Galatians 3:14).


Made Alive Part 1 Study Guide 70%

    Luke  3:8     John  8:32-­‐44       Galatians  6:12-­‐16       This  means  we  can  be  born  into  a  Christian  family,  in  a  Christian  community,  and  in  a   Christian  nation  yet  NOT  be  born  again     2.


THE TRUTH ABOUT EASTER (no live links) - Copy 70%

Hebrews 10:7), could free the faithful from the cause of sin (Galatians 2:17).


Jan28 69%

 Moving Past the Past 
 Philippians 3:12-14
 – Pastor Butch Tanner Endless Hallelujah OFFERTORY PRAYER May Wong OFFERTORY MUSIC Jen Poh and Angie French—Great Is Thy Faithfulness ANNOUNCEMENTS BENEDICTION Galatians 6:9 new small group When:


What We Believe - Rally Point Church 68%

Those who belong to Christ Jesus will manifest the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-24).


Receive from the Lord - It's Easy! 68%

We receive the Spirit by faith (Galatians 3:14).


Feb11 67%

Ivan Chan) ANNOUNCEMENTS BENEDICTION Galatians 2:20 family easter party The 2018 Easter Party will be held at YMCA Wu Kwai Sha Youth Village on Monday, April 2.


Curriculum Vitae-2012 65%

Pitts 1 ________________________________________________________________________ Jewish and Greco-Roman Contexts for the New Testament (January 24-29, 2011) Exegesis of Galatians (March 21-26, 2011) Systematic Theology I:


Our Family Mission 64%

Galatians 6:5 Be Respectful Show proper respect to everyone.


supernatural-delivernace-study-guide (2) 58%

That’s why 2 Corinthians 10:3-5 tells us to take every thought captive (this requires sobriety of all lust) because the thoughts in our soul, if they are not rooted and grounded in love by faith in the spirit/word of God come directly from the enemy almost always and without the applied knowledge of God, See John 14:6) in Jesus Christ, we remain captives to the will of the enemy, See 2 Timothy 2:26, Galatians 4:8, Jeremiah 13:21, 50:33, Isaiah 26:13, 2 Corinthians 4:3-4) within a limited carnal mindset, which stifles any creativity/free flow of thought which is necessary for freedom, good judgement and understanding.


Translation Comittee notes 58%

For example, the expression “long-suffering” can be misunderstood to mean “someone who suffers for a long time.” However, the intended idea is that of deliberate restraint, which is better expressed by the term “patience.” (Galatians 5:22) The now obsolete meaning of “dumb” was replaced with “speechless.” (Matthew 9:32, 33) The term “harlot” was changed to “prostitute.” (Genesis 38:15) In this revision, “fornication” is usually rendered as “sexual immorality”;


Ehlers Family Letter May 2011 57%

“Love your neighbour as yourself.” Galatians 5:14


2019-01-06 Leader Guide 55%

(4) More  listening, less lobbying.  How does your understanding of and relationship with the Holy Spirit need  to grow?  How does your affirmation that “Jesus is Lord” need to inform and affect the  way you’re living this week?  Related Passages  Romans 10:9​ “because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and  believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.”  Romans 12:3​ “For by the grace given to me I say to everyone among you not  to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think with  sober judgment, each according to the measure of faith that God has  assigned.”  Galatians 5:22–23​ “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience,  kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control;


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(Galatians 5:22-23; Proverbs 28:18) 11.



love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.” (Galatians 5:22) In addition, you are called to conduct yourself in keeping with the principles outlined in 1 Timothy 3:8-10:


SEPT 2017 49%

Freedom and our theme verse was from the 5th chapter of Galatians verse 1:


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Let us begin by looking through Galatians 5:22 for a more complete understanding, where we pick up where we left off in the previous study.


2017 22 01 Order Worship PDF 46%

We would be honored to baptize you.
 Galatians 2:1-10 SERMON Pastor Chris Cha, Kaleo Church COMMUNION 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 For I received from the Lord what I also delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, “This is my body which is for you.


HolyFathersReBaptismEng 45%

The Position of Bp. Kirykos Regarding Re‐Baptism  Differs From the Canons of the Ecumenical Councils      In  the  last  few  years,  Bp.  Kirykos  has  begun  receiving  New  Calendarists and even Florinites and ROCOR faithful under his omophorion  by  re‐baptism,  even  if  these  faithful  received  the  correct  form  of  baptism  by  triple  immersion  completely  under  water  with  the  invocation  of  the  Holy  Trinity.  He  also  has  begun  re‐ordaining  such  clergy  from  scratch  instead  of  reading  a  cheirothesia.  But  this  strict  approach,  where  he  applies  akriveia  exclusively for these people, is different from the historical approach taken by  the Holy Fathers of the Ecumenical Councils.       Canon  7  of  the  Second  Ecumenical  Council  declares  that  Arians,  Macedonians,  Sabbatians,  Novatians,  Cathars,  Aristeri,  Quartodecimens  and  Apollinarians are to be received only by a written libellus and re‐chrismation,  because  their  baptism  was  already  valid  in  form  and  did  not  require  repetition. The Canon reads as follows:      “As for those heretics who betake themselves to Orthodoxy, and to the  lot of the saved, we accept them in accordance with the subjoined sequence and  custom; viz.: Arians, and Macedonians, and Sabbatians, and Novatians, those  calling themselves  Cathari,  and  Aristeri,  and the  Quartodecimans,  otherwise  known as Tetradites, and Apollinarians, we accept when they offer libelli (i.e.,  recantations in writing) and anathematize every heresy that does not hold the  same beliefs  as the catholic and  apostolic  Church of  God,  and are  sealed first  with holy chrism on their forehead and their eyes, and nose, and mouth, and  ears; and in sealing them we say: “A seal of a free gift of Holy Spirit”…”      The same Canon only requires a re‐baptism of individuals who did not  receive the correct form of baptism originally (i.e. those who were sprinkled  or who were baptized by single immersion instead of triple immersion, etc).  The Canon reads as follows:      “As  for  Eunomians,  however,  who  are  baptized  with  a  single  immersion,  and  Montanists,  who  are  here  called  Phrygians,  and  the  Sabellians,  who  teach  that  Father  and  Son  are  the  same  person,  and  who  do  some  other bad  things, and  (those belonging  to)  any  other heresies (for  there  are  many  heretics  here,  especially  such  as  come  from  the  country  of  the  Galatians:    all  of  them  that  want  to  adhere  to  Orthodoxy  we  are  willing  to  accept as Greeks. Accordingly, on the first day we make them Christians; on  the second day, catechumens; then, on the third day, we exorcize them with the  act  of  blowing  thrice  into  their  face  and  into  their  ears;  and  thus  do  we  catechize them, and we make them tarry a while in the church and listen to the  Scriptures; and then we baptize them.”      Thus  it  is  wrong  to  re‐baptize  those  who  have  already  received  the  correct form by triple immersion. The Holy Fathers advise in this Holy Canon  that  only  those  who  did  not  receive  the  correct  form  are  to  be  re‐baptized.  Now then, if the Holy Second Ecumenical Council declares that such heretics  as  Arians,  Macedonians,  Quartodecimens,  Apollinarians,  etc,  are  to  be  received  only  by  libellus  and  chrismation,  how  on  earth  does  Bp.  Kirykos  justify  his  refusal  to  receive  Florinites  and  ROCOR  faithful  by  chrismation,  but instead insists upon their rebaptism as if they are worse than Arians?      The  95th  Canon  of  the  Quinisext  (Fifth‐and‐Sixth)  Ecumenical  Council  declares  that  those  baptized  by  Nestorians,  Monophysites  and  Monothelites  are  to  be  received  into  the  Orthodox  Church  by  a  simple  libellus  and  anathematization of the heresies, without needing to be re‐baptized, and even  without needing to be re‐chrismated! The Canon reads:      As  for  Nestorians,  and  Eutychians  (Monophysites),  and  Severians  (Monothelites),  and  those  from  similar  heresies,  they  have  to  give  us  certificates (called  libelli)  and  anathematize  their  heresy,  the  Nestorians,  and  Nestorius, and Eutyches and Dioscorus, and Severus, and the other exarchs of  such heresies, and those who entertain their beliefs, and all the aforementioned  heresies, and thus they are allowed to partake of holy Communion.      Now  then,  if  the  Quinisext  Ecumenical  Council  allows  even  Nestorians,  Monophysites  and  Monothelites  to  be  received  by  mere  libellus,  without requiring to be baptized or even chrismated, and following this mere  libellus  they  are  immediately  free  to  receive  Holy  Communion,  how  is  Bp.  Kirykos’s  approach  patristic,  if  he  requires  the  re‐baptism  of  even  Florinites  and ROCOR faithful?!!! Is Bp. Kirykos not trying to outdo the Holy Fathers in  his  attempt  to  be  “super‐Orthodox”?  Can  such  an  approach  taken  by  Bp.  Kirykos be  considered Orthodox  if the  Holy Fathers in their  Canons request  otherwise? Are the Canons of Ecumenical Councils invalid for Bp. Kirykos?      Certainly  the  Latins  (Franks,  Papists)  are  unbaptised,  because  their  baptisms  consist  of  mere  sprinklings  instead  of  triple  immersion.  Likewise,  various  New  Calendarists  are  also  unbaptised  if  they  were  not  dunked  completely  under  the  water  three  times.  But  can  such  be  said  for  those  Orthodox  Christians,  and  even  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians  (be  they  Florinite, ROCOR or otherwise), who do have the correct form of baptism?      In the Patriarchal Oros of 1755 regarding the re‐baptism of Latins, the  Orthodox Patriarchs make it quite clear that their reason for requiring the re‐ baptism  of  Latins  is  because  the  Latins  do  not  have  the  correct  form  of  baptism, but rather sprinkle instead of immersing. The text of the Patriarchal  Oros  actually  refers  to  the  Canons  of  the  Second  and  Quinisext  Councils  as  their  reasons  for  re‐baptizing  the  Latins.  The  relevant  text  of  the  Patriarchal  Oros of 1755 is as follows:    “...And we follow the Second and Quinisext holy Ecumenical Councils,  which  order  us  to  receive  as  unbaptized  those  aspirants  to  Orthodoxy  who  were  not  baptized  with  three  immersions  and  emersions,  and  in  each  immersion  did  not  loudly  invoke  one  of  the  divine  hypostases,  but  were  baptized in some other fashion...”    Thus we see in the above Patriarchal Oros of 1755, that even as late as  this  year,  the  Orthodox  Church  was  carrying  out  the  very  principles  of  the  Second and Quinisext Ecumenical Councils, namely that it is only those who  were  baptized  by  some  obscure  form  other  than  triple  immersion  and  invocation of the Holy Trinity, that were required to be re‐baptized.    How  then  can  the  positions  of  the  Holy  Ecumenical Councils  and  the  Holy  Pan‐Orthodox  Councils  be  compared  to  the  extremist  methods  of  Bp.  Kirykos and his fellow hierarchs of late? Is Bp. Kirykos’ current practice really  Orthodox? Is it possible to preach contrary to the teachings of the Ecumenical  and Pan‐Orthodox Councils and yet remain Orthodox? And as for those who  believe that there is nothing wrong with being strict, let them remember that  the Pharisees were also strict, but it was they who crucified the Lord of Glory!  The Orthodox Faith is a Royal Path. Just as it is possible to fall to the left (as  the New Calendarists and Ecumenists have done), it is also quite possible to  fall  to  the  right  and spin off on  a wrong  turn far  away from  the tradition of  the  Holy  Fathers.  It  is  this  latter  type  of  fall  that  has  occurred  with  Bp.  Kirykos.  In  fact,  even  Bp.  Matthew  of  Bresthena  was  quite  moderate  compared  to  Bp.  Kirykos.  For  Bp.  Matthew  of  Bresthena  knew  the  Canons  quite well, and required New Calendarists to be received only by chrismation,  or in some cases by only a libellus or Confession of Faith.


2017 29 01 Kaleo Order Worship PDF 44%

 Galatians 2:11-21 Communion 
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Aquinas on Romans 43%

In Galatians, certain sacraments (namely those of the Old Law) are excluded;


15 Locks 43% But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh.