Imagine you love someone so much that you are willing to lay down your life for them. It hasn’t come to that, yet, but you do go to extreme lengths to help set them free from their prison chains. You see the joy in their eyes as they step out from the darkness, the chains, and their shackles for the very first time. They are free, and as much as you would love to stay and enjoy their new found freedom together, you know that there are so many more like them. You set off to set more prisoners free, but then you learn that many of the prisoners you rescued are voluntarily putting their prison chains back on. They are confused, deceived, and enslaved once again, and your heart breaks for those who had only recently found their freedom. The distance between you is great, and the number of prisoners who were once set free and who are being enslaved again is growing. What can you do? Well, if you were the Apostle Paul you would pick up a pen, and with your own hands begin to write your first epistle, the epistle we now know as the book of Galatians.