Galatians 5:1 Free Printable

All Bible quotations are from the New King James Version (NKJV) unless otherwise stated Bible Copyright Attribution.

As we walk this Christian life, we must remember our freedom in Christ. It’s easy to get bogged down by the rules and regulations that can come with religion. The good news is, that following Jesus isn’t a set of rules, it’s a relationship.

When we focus on the freedom that Christ has given us, we can live our lives with joy and purpose. That’s why I created this Galatians 5:1 free printable. It reminds us of the freedoms we have in Christ.

This freedom means that we are no longer bound by our past mistakes or by the expectations of others. Instead, we can live in the knowledge that we are loved and accepted by God just as we are.

As we continue to walk this life following Jesus, let us hold onto this freedom and use it to serve and love others.

Galatians 5:1 Free Printable

These Galatians 5:1 free printable scripture cards are completely free to download, simply click here to get your free download.

Galatians 5-1 Printables

It is for Freedom that Christ has set us Free

Galatians 5:1 reminds us that Christ came to set us free from sin and death. As humans, we can find ourselves trapped in cycles of negativity and self-doubt.

But through His sacrifice, Christ has given us the ultimate gift of freedom – freedom from the burden of our sins and the promise of eternal life with Him.

We should also remember that with freedom comes responsibility. As Christians, we are called to use our freedom wisely and not to use it as an excuse to indulge in sinful behavior.

Instead, we should use our freedom to build up and encourage others, to show them the love and grace that we have received from Christ.

We should also use our freedom to pursue God’s will for our lives, to grow in our faith, and to share the good news of Jesus with those around us. Let us never take for granted the freedom that we have in Christ, but instead, let us use it to bring glory and honor to His name.

This freedom is not just for our own benefit, but for the benefit of others as well. We have the opportunity and the responsibility to share the love and freedom that we have in Christ with those around us.

This means being intentional about loving our neighbors, caring for those in need, and sharing the gospel with others. As we do these things, we are not only fulfilling our calling as Christians, but we are also bringing hope and light to a world that desperately needs it.

In our busy lives, it can be easy to forget about the freedom we have in Christ. But let us be reminded today that this freedom is real and it is powerful.

It changes lives and it brings hope. So let us hold onto it tightly, using it to serve and love others, and to bring glory to God in all that we do.

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  1. Thank you so much for this free printable! This is perfect to print as stickers. I’ll definitely use them for my reflection journal entries!