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glasseye radioHere is where you  can hear my radio teachings on The Gospel According to the Gospel.

Galatians Chapter 1 part 1 verses 1-7  (program #1)

Our world is spiraling out of control and will only get worse.  What did Paul mean when he said that God might deliver us from this present evil age?  Are we not going to suffer?  Will we only have prosperity while economies collapse?  Find out what God specifically intends for you in our uncertain days.


Galatians Chapter 1 part 2 verses 7-14  (Program #2)

In today’s standard, Paul would be considered a trouble maker, narrow-minded and a hate monger and this in the church.  Learn how God used Paul to defend the gospel from false preachers who were preaching out of the same scripture he was.


Galatians chapter 1 part 3 verses 17-24  (Program #3)

Discover how Paul was not taught the gospel from any man.  Instead he received his revelation of the gospel from Christ.  Grasp the hope and joy this can bring you as you come to understand how scripture explains God’s desire and plan to teach you His gospel.


Galatians chapter 2 part 1 verses 1-2  (Program #4)

Does scripture teach a believer can believe in vain and still go to hell as some say.  Or is it true, once a believer always a believer and there is never no danger of hell for someone once they put their faith in God?  Both opinions can’t be right!  Make sure you hold the correct opinion.


Galatians chapter 2 part 2 verses 3-4  (Program #5)

Here you will see the danger of men preaching a false gospel out of scripture in Paul’s day and relate it to false teachings preached from the same scriptures in our day.  God did not intend for us to be taken in by a false gospel.


Galatians chapter 2 part 3 verses 5-8  (Program #6)

Since we are studying Galatians According to the Gospel, we will look at Romans 8:1 were Paul says there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus and learn this does not apply to everyone who makes a confession of faith.  Learn who it applies to and make sure it applies to you.


Galatians chapter 2 part 4 verses continuing 7-8  (Program #7)

Learn the shocking truth about where our promises come from when we put our hope in Christ.  Our promises were not first announced in the gospel letters.  Paul does not teach our promises started with Christ’s first coming.  Instead he teaches through Christ death we share in promises by which we receive the Holy Spirit.


Galatians chapter 2 part 5 verses 7-16  (Program #8)

Did you know God was going to kill Moses on his way to Egypt?  As we study the Galatians According to the Gospel we will look at why God was going to Kill Moses.  We will see how this ties into the book of Galatians and turn what looks like a tragedy into something we can rejoice in as we understand how this impacts our walk with Christ.


Galatians chapter 2 part 6 verses 17 to the end of the chapter  (Program #9)

Did Paul preach that the cross of Christ only mean that our sins are nailed to it and forgiven?  Learn what the cross of Christ meant to Paul and how his understanding is missing in many believer’s lives today.  Find out why the church looks statistically like the world.


Galatians chapter 3 part 1, 2 and 3 verse 1 

Do believers have to obey the truth of the gospel in order to be saved?  Does obeying the truth of the gospel mean we have to obey the Law (the Ten commandments)?  Yes, believers have to obey the truth of the gospel in order to be saved, but this does not mean that we have to obey the ordinances of the Law, even the Ten Commandments.  Find out what scripture teaches about obeying the truth of the gospel without being bound to obey the Law of Moses as we study Galatians chapter 1 verse 1.

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Galatians chapter 3 part 4 verses 2 through 4 (Program #13)

Many Christians are taught that now being born again they need to live moral lives.  The code of conduct for this moral life is found at minimal in the Ten Commandments as taught in many churches.  But are we born again believers to live our lives according to the moral code of the Law?  Does keeping the moral code of the Law help us fellowship with the Holy Spirit, or is there something else that is actually taught in scripture?  Find out what scripture says about living according to the moral code taught in many churches and how this does not help us walk in the Spirit.  Also we will get into verse 4 about having believed in vain.


Galatians chapter 3 part 5 verses 4 and 5  (Program #14)

We finish up Galatians 3 verse 4 concerning believing in vain and get into the invisible man found in scripture.  Paul, unlike many ministries today, tells the Galatians not to put their confidence in mans ability or clever ways in which he articulates spiritual ideas about scripture.  Instead he tells the Galatians to put their faith in the demonstration of God’s power.  We will compare Paul’s delivery of the gospel to today and discover we actually are not being what scripture tells the believer to be.  Nor are we given the testimony concerning the truth of scripture that God has ordained in the church to give, instead the believer spoken about in scripture has become the Invisible Man.


Galatians chapter 3 part 6 verses 6 through 12 (program #15)

Learn about the faith of Abraham and how we gentiles can become the children of faith when we become like Abraham.  Also see how Paul “it is not by works faith alone” and James “faith without works is dead” do not contradict each other, but instead are preaching the same gospel.  We will also start discussing how grace was not first given to mankind in the book of Mathew but rather in the Law of Moses in the book of Genesis.


Galatians chapter 3 part 7 verses 13 through 15  (program #16)

We will finish up on the grace first given to mankind in the book of Genesis by which we gentiles are now grafted into, as opposed to the grace given to us in the book of Mathew as the church teaches.  We will also look at how God expects man to honor his agreements and promises and how Paul uses this to demonstrate how God will honor his promise given to Abraham and will not turn from it or add to it.


Galatians chapter 3 part 8 verses 16 and 17  (Program #17)

We will discus the timeline of God and how He deals with men as taught in churches today.  We will compare this teaching with what Paul is teaching in the book of Galatians and compare it with other scriptures to see how this teaching of the church is not true.  It is not true that the Old Testament said only had the Law and not grace therefore they had to work for righteousness.


Galatians chapter 3 part 9 verses 17 through 22 (Program #18)

Learn the Biblical way of looking at how God dealt with mankind throughout history and discover the mystery of why Jesus went to preach to those in the grave and who they were.


Galatians chapter 3 part 10 verses 19 to the end of the chapter (Program #19)

We will be discovering that the Law did not come to cause the Old Testament saints to work for righteousness.  Instead it came for them and us as an annual reminder of sin and to be a school master to lead us to Christ.  The reality is we gentiles are grafted into a promise of imputed righteousness given to Abraham by which we are the children of Abraham through Christ in this promise.


Galatians chapter 4 part 1 verses 1 through 4.5  

Wow!  In these four and a half verses we will look at how Jesus who was born under the Law to set us under the Law free from the Law is directly related to Jesus’ priesthood being in the order of Melchisedec.  We will also ask the question is your faith is biblical.  You will learn the difference between scriptural faith and having confidence in a fact or in the extreme, believing in something one may doubt is real.  Also in these verses we will look more into the last verse of Galatians chapter three were we become children of Abraham through a promise.  We will discus that promise and what it means to us believers today.  Finally, since Jesus set us free from the Law we will learn what is supposed to replace the Law in the believer’s life.  This is huge and is missing in the gospel presentation that comes from many pulpits today.  So hang on to your hats!

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