Justified (Galatians)

Weekly Rap-Up with Sho Baraka

Sho Baraka takes Paul’s letter to the church at Galatia and puts it into lyrical form. In this letter, Paul explains how we believers are justified by faith alone in Christ alone.

They talk about the Law, but they’re twisting the Law. The Law is a tutor that leads us to Christ (3:24). By faith justified and he gives us life (2:16).

Got grace from the father in the Son were new. Be filled with the spirit and bear some fruit.

Let me be clear I’m not here to please men (1:10). If I was then I wouldn’t be a servant of him (1:10). I’m shocked how quickly we turn from the real faith (1:6) they want to discredit my ministry say I real fake. I’m like Paul I got called on my way to Damascus commissioned by Christ to go preach to the masses. He wasn’t a disciple when Christ took the lashes (1:15-2:14). Since the twelve didn’t know him they question his passion (1:15-2:14), but he preached a gospel that was grace related and not another from the Lord and the Judaizers hate it. False teachers come thru like wolves in disguise (2:4) and some of my closest boys believe these lies (2:13). We know those who teach this other gospel is accursed (1:6-9) and you following these teachings don’t benefit the church (3:10-13). (The Application) I’m not bound to your traditions (4:10). Free from the law to the spirit Im submitting (2:19).

I know that I’m dirt I have nothing to prove but be filled with spirit and bear some fruit.

Why you trying to rebuild what you once destroyed (2:18). The contracts abolished the laws null and void (3:25). It’s no longer I that lives but Christ that lives (2:20). I no longer have the same priorities you dig. Since I understand grace things have changed. If I’m justified by my works then he died in vain (2:21). Because there is no fury known like the Savior scorned trying to produce veil after the first was torn. The promise was given before the law ever came (3:14-29). Because there a law doesn’t mean the promise has changed (3:14-29), but what the law does do is show that we needed a promise (3:14-29). The seed of Abraham to whom we pay homage (3:14-29). (The Application) If all this is true, how can I go back to the things I used to do (4:9). You can read more, share more, do more things, but its only through Christ by which we please the King.

Sanctified by the word because the word is truth. Be filled with the spirit and bear some fruit.

They want justification from the law. They’ve fallen from grace (5:4). They’ve pretty much denied Christ even died in their place. We eagerly await the hope of righteousness by faith (5:5). By faith fulfill the law with love not hate (5:6,14). But I hate my flesh, its bad for my health (5:16-21). I gotta serve my community while dying to myself (5:13). Because myself is nothing but a thief and a liar (5:21). But Christ has crucified my passions and desires (5:24). If I’m tripping in community your boy will hear it. Gotta restore that cat with the fruit of the spirit (6:1). Without submitting to the spirit your boy cant grow (5:16) and trying to do more, we just reap what we so (6:7). (The application) Walk in the spirit in every situation (5:25). I’m crucified to the world I’m a new creation (6:14). Just as Christ is the architect to salvation. The spirit is essential to sanctification.

Lyrics from Justified (Galatians) by Sho Baraka (116 Clique), a Reach Records artist in association with ReachLife Ministries.

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Posted by Jacob Abshire on June 26th, 2009 - 1:11 am
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