1. Grasp the Purpose of God’s Law (Gal. 3:19-25): What Paul does here in these six verses is explain to the Galatians that the law was never meant to save but to show our need for Jesus, the Messiah. Paul has been building this argument by saying “that instead of earning righteousness by obeying God, you are declared righteous by God’s grace through faith in Christ.” The law was added because of transgressions, having been ordained through angels by the agency of a mediator, until the seed would come to whom the promise had been made” (v.19).  

2. Live under the Benefits of being a Child of God (Gal. 3:26-4:11): In Christ, we see several benefits in these verses. First, being a blood-bought, born again child of the King brings unity among many variances within humanity, so as Christians we are one in Christ. Second, as children of God, we are not only one in Christ, but also through faith we are adopted as heirs to the kingdom. Lastly, as children of God, we have the Spirit of Christ in us that allows us to cry out Abba Father. Abba is a term of intimacy, not infancy. It’s a personal cry of the heart that only comes from the most intimate relationship shared between a child and their father. It’s less about something that is said in prayer and more about your position with God that allows you to talk to Him.