As we finish this series, we will take a look at another common religious tendency. It’s what I call the religion of "me"- where we become the end of our religious pursuit. It’s the mentality- “As long as I get mine, I’m fine.” It's the selfish pursuit of something that addresses my sin, my problems, my pain, and my eternal future apart from anyone else. It's when we become the beginning, middle and end of our salvation. However, as Paul address the Galatians, he invites them to a faith that is deeply involved with others. Rather than consuming from God, we are invited into a life of cultivating with others. This is the gospel life of being a sower in the garden of God.