Galatians 6, Day 5
The old world was marked by distinctions and separation. One received one’s identity by polarized categories: Jew or Gentile, law-keeper or law-ignorer, male or female, slave or free. The new world that came into being in Jesus Christ overcame the law and circumcision. It also overcame non-law and non-circumcision, religion and non-religion.
Pay special attention today to the new thing(s) God is doing in your midst. What transformation are you and the community around you experiencing?
Ask your spouse or friend, “What new thing is happening in your life?” Perhaps you’ll also be able to speak to where you see the transformation happening in your life.
God you are making all things new. I praise you for the Spirit’s work in my life and the lives of the people I love. Continue to help us grow in grace. Amen.
What new thing is God doing in the midst of your life and the lives of others? What new thing did you hear about today?
Use a notebook to record your responses. Share your celebrations in the comments below or in the Facebook group (You’ll find a link to request to join in your confirmation email. Not registered? Sign-up here.)
If you haven’t taken a moment to review the “Overview of Following Jesus Every Day: Galatians,” please do so. You’ll find a few tips that will help you start this journey.
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