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Beth Moore, Part 1: How Galatians Is ‘Astonishingly Relevant’ to American Christianity

“All of us that are called to discipleship have to own up to some large degree that [where we are in American evangelicalism] is a failure of discipleship.”

“Christ is king over his church and our trust is in him. And so when something is way out of whack with our values, then we have to go, ‘Well, this is where we’re going to have to stand.'”

“We have to make a decision. Who are you going to serve? Whose approval are you going to seek because it’s not like these are people that can’t make your life miserable.”

“Let me tell you something, people that have a stronghold of legalism are never happy with people who don’t, and they’re not happy until they drag them back in it with them.”

“We’re one in Christ, clothed in Christ. I mean, it’s just gorgeous and it’s a game changer.”

“One of the things that the Lord has taught me is that if I can have compassion, if I can tap into the compassion of Christ and know what is driving some of the hatred and brutality, then I’m more likely to be able to deal with it. And so often it’s fear.”

“Yes, Paul is heated up, but he is heated up for the sake of the gospel and for the sake of people walking in the truth and because he knows that the gospel was extended to [people of all nations].”

“Sometimes when we’re bewitched, it takes very strong words to shake us out of it. And I think I think that’s what Paul was going for.”

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