Posted On April 3, 2018

Ep. 76: Restoring Others With Gentleness | Galatians Bible Study Series No. 9

by | Apr 3, 2018 | Academic Work

“You who are spiritual, restore such a one with a spirit of gentleness…” What does it mean to restore someone caught in sin? Does it mean we should be pointing out every sin a brother or sister commits? And who qualifies as spiritual? Is this work only for church leadership or does every member of the church body have a responsibility here?

Show Notes
5:00 Galatians Lesson 8 homework recap

5:45 Bearing one another’s burdens defined

8:20 The “one another” instructions in Scripture hinge on properly loving the body of Christ

14:15 Restoring such a one to fellowship

17:30 Carry (or bear) each other’s burdens

Scripture References and Resources
Wild and Free Supply

The Bible Expositor’s Handbook: New Testament by Dr. Greg Harris

Galatians 6:1-2
Matthew 7:12
Mark 12:31
2 Peter 1:3
Galatians 6:10
Matthew 11:28-30

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