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Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians

By: Dr. Martin Luther

...he resurrection of Christ. By His resurrection Christ won the victory over law , sin, flesh, world, devil, death, hell, and every evil. And this His v... ...ches, inasmuch as the Galatians had for- saken the grace of Christ for the law of Moses. The proper answer is: Although the Galatians had fallen away ... ...y lawful living, for no person 11 Martin Luther is able to live up to the Law. The Law reveals guilt, fills the conscience with terror, and drives me... ... But when you deal with conscience and with righteousness over against the law, sin, death, and the devil, you must close your mind to all inquiries i... ...f to be robbed of this lovely conception of Christ. Christ is no Moses, no law-giver, no tyrant, but the Mediator for sins, the Giver of grace and lif... ...n me. In Syria and Cilicia Paul won the indorsement of all the churches of Judea, by his preaching. All the churches every- where, even those of Judea... ...ty which Christ has gotten for us into licentiousness. Already the Apostle Jude complained in his day: “There are certain men crept in unawares…turnin... ... men crept in unawares…turning the grace of our God into lasciviousness.” (Jude 4.) The flesh reasons: “If we are without the law, we may as well indu...

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