LT Bread of Life Women's Bible Study


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  • Weekly Study #6

    **To benefit the most from your lesson, begin your time in the Word with prayer. Ask the Lord to give you a clear understanding of His Word and the application of it to your life.
    1. Review Galatians 5:1-26. Note something you recall learning from the study of these verses about:






    2. Share a way your study of Chapter Five of the Book of Galatians has helped you to walk in the Spirit.

    3. Read Galatians 6:1-18 and give a title for the following sections of this chapter:

    verses 1-5

    verses 6-10

    verses 11-15

    verses 16-18

    4. Paul continued his letter by writing about the believer's responsibility to other Christians. Write the practical instruction given in Galatians 6:1-5:

    verse 1 -

    a. What attitude is the one spiritual to have and why?

    verse 2 -

    a. Read John 13:34 and James 2:8. Identify the law Paul referred to here.

    verse 4 -

    verse 5 -

    Optional: In Galatians 6:2 we are told to bear one another's burdens yet in verse 5 we are told that each one shall bear his own load/burden. What was Paul saying?

    5. Briefly summarize what you learn about sowing and reaping from Galatians 6:6-10.

    a. What is promised to those who do not grow weary while doing good? verse 9.

    (1.) How does this encourage you today?

    b. List a few practical ways you can be a 'doer' of verse 10.

    6. Use Galatians 6:11-15 to contrast the Judaizers' motives and actions with those of Paul.  What do you see?

    7. In Galatians 6:16 we read of a special blessing given to those who walk according to this rule. Rule here refers to those who follow the principle of the cross and being a new creation. According to this verse what would be on them and upon the Israel of God?

    Optional: Who was Paul referring to in the phrase the Israel of God? verse 16.

    8. Record the declaration of Galatians 6:17 that Paul made about himself.

    a. Write a few phrases from II Corinthians 11:23-27 that reveal what Paul suffered for following and preaching Jesus.

    Personal: Consider all Paul experienced because of his faith in Christ. What are you willing to suffer for your faith?

    9. Throughout Paul's letter to the churches in Galatia he dealt with grace. What was his final statement that he wrote to the Galatians? see Galatians 6:18.

    10. With this lesson we conclude our series of study on the Book of Galatians. If you were to give a title to this book in the Bible, what would it be?

    11. What is one significant thing you remember about:

    the Galatians

    12. Share one of the most important lessons you learned through the study of Paul's letter to the believers in Galatia.

    a. Finish your lesson by expressing your thanksgiving to the Lord for all you learned.