O Foolish Galatians (Galatians 3:1-9)

The dark depths of hell are intimidating for anyone to consider. This is exactly what Abraham saw as he peered down the path between the dead animal carcasses in Genesis 15. Abraham knew the implications of this trail, and dreaded the command "to walk." Why would the apostle Paul appeal to this text when he writes to the foolish Galatians who had been duped? Why is this Genesis passage so significant for the gospel? If you are curious please stay tuned as we hear, "O Foolish Galatians."