In most of Paul’s letters that we read in the New Testament, he took a good bit of time at the beginning of each one to compliment and encourage the recipients of that letter. But with the Galatians, Paul doesn’t pull any punches; he just dives right in! He is perplexed by them, and he seems to be very worried about the state of their souls. What could have caused such concern in Paul’s heart as he formulated this letter long ago? Join us as we explore this short but incredibly powerful book of the Bible.