Some straight talk is needed about Galatians. The Apostle Paul said in Galatians that "a little leaven leavens the whole lump." What does that mean in our language? It means just a little bit of whatever one is talking about will make a big difference. Putting that in the Bible should raise all kinds of warning flags. Satan can push hard here, because only a little success can go a long way. That is the message of that verse. Only one other time is it used in the Bible, in 1st Corinthians when talking about excusing sin. We all sin after being saved, but the Apostle Paul makes a big deal about making sure no one gets away with excusing sin.
Here in Galatians, once again, Paul is hammering home that one needs to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit for the guide of their life, not a rule book made for backsliders. Just a "little bit of this" will affect the entire Christian life. Ask God for all of the Holy Spirit you can get, and see that He can abundently lead your life!
And don't forget 1st Thessalonians. If you have found that some "hard times" are surely much worse than others, this book is for you. Paul mentiones "crushing difficulites and severe distress" in this book. Know someone who needs to know what the Bible says about these things? I hope to have it on sale maybe next month.