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The True Gospel Leads us to True Sanctification

The True Gospel Leads us to True Sanctification – Nathan Tarrant looks at Galatians 5:24-26 by explaining why we are to carry out the two aspects that make up sanctification, mortification and vivification. We cannot have a relationship with Christ unless we take responsibility in carrying out our part in sanctification as commanded.

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The True Gospel Brings us The Fruit of The Spirit

The True Gospel Bring us The Fruit of The Spirit – Looking at the fruit of the spirit in Galatians 5:22-23, Nathan Tarrant explains what makes the fruit of the spirit different from traits we see in the world, such as love, joy, peace, patience etc and why the fruit of the spirit is important to our relationship with Christ.

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The True Gospel Stops us Walking in The Flesh

The True Gospel Stops us Walking in The Flesh – Looking at Galatians 5:19-21, Nathan Tarrant explains what the list of fleshly sins actually is and how anyone of them can apply to us at any time, therefore we must be careful to ensure we are walking in the spirit and not in the flesh.

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The True Gospel Helps us Walk in The Spirit

The True Gospel Helps us Walk in The Spirit – Looking at Galatians 5:13-18 Nathan Tarrant looks at how the true gospel helps us walk in the spirit, and why that is important. For one it helps us love others, and secondly it helps us overcome the desires of the flesh. Two important aspects to the Christian walk.

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The True Gospel Will Be An Offence To Many

The True Gospel Will Be An Offence To Many – Looking at Galatians 5:7-12 Nathan Tarrant explains not only why the true gospel will be an offence to many, but also why we must guard against the slightest thing entering into our walk and making that an offence to God.

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The True Gospel Gives us Freedom in Christ

The True Gospel Gives us Freedom in Christ – Galatians 5:1-6 talks about freedom in Christ, but what does that mean to a Christian? Listen to Nathan Tarrant explain in this week’s sermon.