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Tannehill Valley Baptist Church

"The Baptism And In-Filling Of The Spirit"
Tannehill Valley Baptist Church sermon of June 13, 2021 - Bro. Jon Reaves
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Week 3’s reading plan was filled with brief passages. I hope as you read the same passage 2 days in a row that you see something different within the same passage. This week’s readings tell a story. A story of a tense time within the inner circle of the Apostles. The story surrounds the gospel message of Jesus alone for salvation, and not being pressured to act otherwise. Let’s review.

Galatians 2:6-10

Verse 6 - This regards the fact that Paul came along later than the original Apostles. There were those who did not want to give Paul a place among the Apostles. What was Paul assured of in regards to his place among the Apostles? What could Paul possibly mean when he states that “they added nothing to me?” (Think in terms of the message Paul preached)

Peter was mainly sent to share the gospel with the Jews, and Paul to the Gentiles. Why does God choose to use certain people to reach various groups?

Who were the 3 main leaders in the early church? Where else in the ministry of Jesus do you find these 3?

Why was it essential that Peter, James, and John, recognize Paul as an Apostle? Do you think this was difficult for them to do within the human frame of mind? Why or why not?

Galatians 2:11-16

Can you summarize in a paragraph what Simon Peter did that compromised the message of faith alone in Jesus for salvation?

Why is Paul troubled by Peter and Barnabas ignoring the gentile Christians at supper time? Why did Peter stop eating with the gentiles?

What type pressure do you think the false teachers placed on Peter and Barnabas to act contrary to the gospel message of welcoming all to the faith?

Confrontation is a difficult matter. When we confront someone we need to make sure it is a gospel-driven matter and not out of personal preference and opinion. We can be guilty of self-righteous behavior when we confront people on matters that are not sinful matters/biblical matters/true gospel matters. What Paul did was not a matter of his opinion differing from Peter, it was a matter of being hypocritical with the gospel message.

Note that in 14-16 Paul has to reiterate the basic truths of the gospel. Grace, faith, Jesus! Not works! Isn’t it amazing that even Peter and Barnabas(who had stood up for Gentiles earlier) had to be strongly reminded.

Pressure to leave the “faith alone in Christ” has been around since day 1 of the church. What lessons can we take from this section of Scripture about faithfulness to the gospel?
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Week 3’s reading plan was filled with brief passages. I hope as you read the same passage 2 days in a row that you see something different within the same passage. This week’s readings tell a story. A story of a tense time within the inner circle of the Apostles. The story surrounds the gospel message of Jesus alone for salvation, and not being pressured to act otherwise. Let’s review.

Galatians 2:6-10

Verse 6 - This regards the fact that Paul came along later than the original Apostles. There were those who did not want to give Paul a place among the Apostles. What was Paul assured of in regards to his place among the Apostles? What could Paul possibly mean when he states that “they added nothing to me?” (Think in terms of the message Paul preached)

Peter was mainly sent to share the gospel with the Jews, and Paul to the Gentiles. Why does God choose to use certain people to reach various groups?

Who were the 3 main leaders in the early church? Where else in the ministry of Jesus do you find these 3?

Why was it essential that Peter, James, and John, recognize Paul as an Apostle? Do you think this was difficult for them to do within the human frame of mind? Why or why not?

Galatians 2:11-16

Can you summarize in a paragraph what Simon Peter did that compromised the message of faith alone in Jesus for salvation?

Why is Paul troubled by Peter and Barnabas ignoring the gentile Christians at supper time? Why did Peter stop eating with the gentiles?

What type pressure do you think the false teachers placed on Peter and Barnabas to act contrary to the gospel message of welcoming all to the faith?

Confrontation is a difficult matter. When we confront someone we need to make sure it is a gospel-driven matter and not out of personal preference and opinion. We can be guilty of self-righteous behavior when we confront people on matters that are not sinful matters/biblical matters/true gospel matters. What Paul did was not a matter of his opinion differing from Peter, it was a matter of being hypocritical with the gospel message.

Note that in 14-16 Paul has to reiterate the basic truths of the gospel. Grace, faith, Jesus! Not works! Isn’t it amazing that even Peter and Barnabas(who had stood up for Gentiles earlier) had to be strongly reminded.

Pressure to leave the “faith alone in Christ” has been around since day 1 of the church. What lessons can we take from this section of Scripture about faithfulness to the gospel?
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