studies in galatians
All the efforts of men to keep the law of God by their own power, no matter how earnest and sincere they may be, can never result in anything but sin. “All our righteousnesses are as filthy rags.” Isaiah 64:6
Is there a malignant opposer of the truth? Do not strive with him, and do not reproach him. Let him have all the bitterness and strife to himself, while you hold yourself to the Word of God and to prayer. It may not be long till God, who is now blasphemed, will be glorified in him.
That which will bring a curse today would have produced the same result five thousand years ago. Thus we find that the way of salvation has been exactly the same in every age.
Since there is no other gospel now, there never could have been any other, for God changes not.
This study in Galatians begins a series written by Ellet J. Waggoner. Each week it is my hope to be able to republish his articles explaining Galatians in light of the Gospel and the light given in 1888.