The Life We Now Live


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Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.

Item #: PD142

$9.95 each

In this verse-by-verse study through Galatians, you will explore the following:

  • Why is this letter so important to understanding Paul’s ministry?
  • Is grace essential to the gospel of Christ?
  • What does the Old Testament Law matter to a believer?
  • Why does Paul call us heirs of God?
  • How should we use our liberty in Christ?
  • What challenges can we face through the grace of God?

The Student Manual includes fill-in-the-blank outlines for all fifteen lessons from the Teacher’s Manual, as well as three devotional exercises for each lesson.

The Life We Now Live - Teacher's ManualThe Life We Now Live Photo

Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.

Item #: PD141

$24.95 each

In this 15 lesson study through Galatians, you and your students will discuss the following:

  • The epistle to the Galatians in the context of Paul’s ministry
  • The importance of grace to the gospel of Christ
  • The role of the Old Testament Law in light of God’s grace
  • The position of believers as heirs of God in Christ
  • The liberty Christ gave believers to love and walk in the Spirit
  • The conflicts of the believer—with the flesh and with false teaching

The Teacher’s Manual includes the complete lecture text, as well as facsimiles of the Student Manual pages with answers filled in.

The Life We Now Live - Teacher's Manual - DownloadThe Life We Now Live Photo

Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.

Item #: PD141D

$12.95 each

In this 15 lesson study through Galatians, you and your students will discuss the following:

  • The epistle to the Galatians in the context of Paul’s ministry
  • The importance of grace to the gospel of Christ
  • The role of the Old Testament Law in light of God’s grace
  • The position of believers as heirs of God in Christ
  • The liberty Christ gave believers to love and walk in the Spirit
  • The conflicts of the believer—with the flesh and with false teaching
  • The Teacher’s Manual includes the complete lecture text, as well as facsimiles of the Student Manual pages with answers filled in.

This electronic edition of the Teacher’s Manual is delivered as a PDF file via download on our website. You can copy, print, and store the file as needed for personal use. Using free Adobe Reader software, you can view the file on PC, Mac, iPad, and PDF-friendly devices.

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The Life We Now Live - Teacher's Manual on CDThe Life We Now Live Photo

Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.

Item #: PD143

$14.95 each

In this 15 lesson study through Galatians, you and your students will discuss the following:

  • The epistle to the Galatians in the context of Paul’s ministry
  • The importance of grace to the gospel of Christ
  • The role of the Old Testament Law in light of God’s grace
  • The position of believers as heirs of God in Christ
  • The liberty Christ gave believers to love and walk in the Spirit
  • The conflicts of the believer—with the flesh and with false teaching

The Teacher’s Manual includes the complete lecture text, as well as facsimiles of the Student Manual pages with answers filled in.

This electronic edition of the Teacher’s Manual ships as a PDF file stored on a CD-ROM. You can copy, print, and store the file as needed for personal use. Using free Adobe Reader software, you can view the file on PC, Mac, iPad, and PDF-friendly devices.

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Paul begins his letter to the Galatian believers with a blessing of grace—a concept he spends the rest of the book explaining, defending, and pleading with his readers to accept. God saved us through grace; God grows us through grace; and one day, God will glorify us with Himself through His grace.

Item #: PD144D

Editable Lecture Presentations - Available for free download in PowerPoint, Keynote ‘09, and PDF formats.

Easily present lecture content from the Teacher Manual while helping students fill in the outlines in their Student Manual. Using the pre-formatted slide layouts and text, adapt the presentations with your own pictures and lesson content.

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  • PowerPoint files require Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or newer.
  • Keynote ‘09 files require Apple Keynote 2009 or newer.
  • PDF files, which are not editable, can be displayed with the free Adobe Reader.

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