This world is too dark, too harsh, for us to try to live this life in isolation. We are meant for so much more than to just survive. If we truly want to be a lasting impact for Jesus, we have to lean on and support one another.
We know there are psychological and relational benefits to confronting someone, but there are also times in the Bible where confrontation is encouraged and exemplified. Whenever something is mentioned multiple times in Scripture, it’s a good hint that we need to pay attention. But what is the ultimate purpose in confrontation? Is there a bigger purpose outside of ourselves?
There are two major lessons from the book of Galatians I want to share with you. Over the next couple weeks, my blog posts will be focused on these two lessons, but we need set some ground work first.