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Living Life by the Spirit (Galatians 5:25-6:10)

Updated: Apr 18, 2020

Begin with a prayer asking God for help in understanding and applying His Word to your life. Then read the passage from Galatians 5:25-6:10.


  • Why does being conceited produce “provoking” and “envying” (v 26)?

  • Paul has told Christians to “keep in step with the Spirit (v 25). How will doing so make us both humble and bold? How will doing so remove conceit?

  • Instead of the Galatians seeking self-worth in relationships with other Christians, what does Paul tell them to do? Give an answer for each of the following: verse 1, verse 2, verses 3-4, verse 5, verse 6.

  • What is the principle of verses 7 and 8?

  • What are we encouraged to do in verses 9 and 10? What motivations and priorities do we have for doing this?


  • How do we overcome conceit in our everyday lives? How does the Gospel help?

  • Looking back at verses 1 through 6, which of these things is our congregation good at?

  • Which of these could we do better?

  • How could you as an individual make a difference?

  • How should verses 7 through 10 change our perspective and the way we live our everyday lives?

Discipleship is the process of growing in love for Jesus and His Church over the course of a lifetime demonstrated through obedience, perseverance, and submission.

* Questions adapted from Galatians: Gospel Matters (Good Book Guide) by Tim Keller

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