This week we looked at Galatians chapter 2 vs 7-9, in our third week looking at the trip to Jerusalem that Paul took, along with Barnabas and Titus. In these verses we get a summary of Peter, James and John’s reasoning for giving the right hand of fellowship to Paul and his team, and the subsequent division of missionary labour that they agree to: that Paul should go the Gentiles, and they the Jews. We drew out some of the details that the Jerusalem Apostles saw:That Paul was clearly entrusted with the Gospel (as a sent-messenger, running like they’d commissioned by God, faithfully preserving their message accordingly)More specifically, that he was entrusted with the gospel to the Gentiles. As a sent-messenger of God, he knew where he’d been sent to, and was equipped to deliver the message in that particular context, in ways they’d understand.God was working in power through Paul's ministry, just like he was through Peter's.They perceived the grace that had been given to him. It charac
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