John Fawcett and his wife felt such an incredible unity with their little church family, that they famously refused to go when a larger, more influential church in London came calling.  In Galatians 2, the Apostle Paul continues his rigorous defense of his gospel and his ministry— pointing to the incredible unity that he shared with the apostles.  In what ways were Paul and the apostles united?  How were they of one one truth and one spirit?  What valuable lessons and contemporary applications can we uncover here for our Christian lives and churches today?  Galatians, Part 4