Uranian v2 #3 seeds
3 You foolish (A) Galatians! (B) Who has bewitched you? (C) Before your very eyes Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed as crucified. (D) 2 I would like to learn just one thing from you: Did you receive the Spirit (E) by the works of the law, (F) or by believing what you heard? (G) 3 Are you so foolish? After beginning by means of the Spirit, are you now trying to finish by means of the flesh? [a] 4 Have you experienced [b] so much in vain—if it really was in vain? 5 So again I ask, does God give you his Spirit and work miracles (H) among you by the works of the law, or by your believing what you heard? (I) 6 So also Abraham “believed God, and it was credited to him as righteousness.” [c] (J)
7 Understand, then, that those who have faith (K) are children of Abraham. (L) 8 Scripture foresaw that God would justify the Gentiles by faith, and announced the gospel in advance to Abraham: “All nations will be blessed through you.” [d] (M) 9 So those who rely on faith (N) are blessed along with Abraham, the man of faith. (O)
10 For all who rely on the works of the law (P) are under a curse, (Q) as it is written: “Cursed is everyone who does not continue to do everything written in the Book of the Law.” [e] (R) 11 Clearly no one who relies on the law is justified before God, (S) because “the righteous will live by faith.” [f] (T) 12 The law is not based on faith; on the contrary, it says, “The person who does these things will live by them.” [g] (U) 13 Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law (V) by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: “Cursed is everyone who is hung on a pole.” [h] (W) 14 He redeemed us in order that the blessing given to Abraham might come to the Gentiles through Christ Jesus, (X) so that by faith we might receive the promise of the Spirit. (Y)
The Law and the Promise
15 Brothers and sisters, (Z) let me take an example from everyday life. Just as no one can set aside or add to a human covenant that has been duly established, so it is in this case. 16 The promises were spoken to Abraham and to his seed. (AA) Scripture does not say “and to seeds,” meaning many people, but “and to your seed,” [i] (AB) meaning one person, who is Christ. 17 What I mean is this: The law, introduced 430 years (AC) later, does not set aside the covenant previously established by God and thus do away with the promise. 18 For if the inheritance depends on the law, then it no longer depends on the promise; (AD) but God in his grace gave it to Abraham through a promise.
19 Why, then, was the law given at all? It was added because of transgressions (AE) until the Seed (AF) to whom the promise referred had come. The law was given through angels (AG) and entrusted to a mediator. (AH) 20 A mediator, (AI) however, implies more than one party; but God is one.
21 Is the law, therefore, opposed to the promises of God? Absolutely not! (AJ) For if a law had been given that could impart life, then righteousness would certainly have come by the law. (AK) 22 But Scripture has locked up everything under the control of sin, (AL) so that what was promised, being given through faith in Jesus Christ, might be given to those who believe.
Children of God
23 Before the coming of this faith, [j] we were held in custody (AM) under the law, locked up until the faith that was to come would be revealed. (AN) 24 So the law was our guardian until Christ came (AO) that we might be justified by faith. (AP) 25 Now that this faith has come, we are no longer under a guardian. (AQ)
26 So in Christ Jesus you are all children of God (AR) through faith, 27 for all of you who were baptized into Christ (AS) have clothed yourselves with Christ. (AT) 28 There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, (AU) nor is there male and female, (AV) for you are all one in Christ Jesus. (AW) 29 If you belong to Christ, (AX) then you are Abraham’s seed, (AY) and heirs (AZ) according to the promise. (BA)
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Gonzaga survives a scare while No. 15 seed Saint Peters continues its Cinderella run into Sweet 16
No. 1 overall seed Gonzaga survived an upset bid from ninth-seeded Memphis in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament Saturday, rallying from a double-digit deficit and advancing to the Sweet 16 with an 82-78 win.
Earlier, No. 15 seed Saint Peter’s continued its Cinderella run by defeating seventh-seeded Murray State, 70-60. The Peacocks, who became the third 15 seed to advance to the Sweet 16 in tournament history, will face No. 3 Purdue or No. 6 Texas next in the East Region.
That wasn’t the day’s only upset: Baylor became the first No. 1 seed to go home after North Carolina pulled off an 93-86 overtime win. The defending champion lost the second-round matchup despite overcoming a 25-point deficit midway through the second half to force the extra session.
Top-seeded Kansas nearly suffered the same fate, but the Jayhawks held off Creighton for a 79-72 victory. Michigan, meanwhile, went from a bubble team to a Sweet 16 squad when the 11th-seeded Wolverines defeated No. 3 seed Tennessee, 76-68.
March Madness continued Saturday with eight second-round games for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament and 16 more first-round games for the women’s tournament.
The Connecticut women, a dangerous No. 2 seed, cruised to a win over Mercer. The No. 1 North Carolina State women blew out Longwood, and Coach Kim Mulkey and No. 3 LSU survived a scare against Jackson State.
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Oklahoma withstands late push to fend off IUPUI
Taylor Robertson and Madi Williams combined for 43 points to lift No. 4 seed Oklahoma past 13th-seeded Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), 78-72, in Norman, Okla.
The Sooners led by as much as 14 in the second quarter and kept IUPUI at a double-digit distance during the second half. But midway through the fourth quarter IUPUI’s Rachel McLimore led a spirited charge with a seven-point burst help the Jaguars close to within four. The Jaguars kept their deficit manageable, and when Anna Mortag drilled a three-pointer with 24 seconds left, the Jaguars’ were within four. But they would get no closer as Oklahoma escaped to earn a second-round date with No. 5 seed Notre Dame.
Williams and Robertson, Oklahoma’s all-conference duo, carried the team with Williams shooting 64 percent from the field (9 for 14) and Robertson adding four three-pointers and two blocks.
McLimore led the Jaguars with 18 points. Macee Williams scored 17 with 13 rebounds, and Mortag came off the bench to add 14 points for IUPUI, which played its first NCAA tournament game after qualifying for the first time in program history in 2020, when the tournament was canceled because of the pandemic.
Shaina Pellington scores 30 as Arizona overcomes UNLV
Last year, guard Shaina Pellington was one of Arizona’s top players as the Wildcats suffered a heartbreaking, one-point loss in the national championship game. In her first NCAA tournament game since, Pellington scored 30 points to lead No. 4 seed Arizona past No. 13 UNLV, 72-67, in Tucson.
UNLV controlled parts of the game, but with 7:45 left, Arizona took a lead on Pellington’s layup. A few minutes later, the Wildcats went on an 11-0 run that put them ahead by nine.
Arizona forward Cate Reese had been sidelined since dislocating her right shoulder Feb. 20. The senior returned Saturday night to score 16 points. Center Desi-Rae Young led UNLV with 16 points and 11 rebounds.
Arizona will play No. 5 North Carolina in the second round Monday.
Gonzaga survives second-round scare against Memphis
Top-seeded Gonzaga mounted a second-half comeback powered by all-American Drew Timme, seizing momentum and holding on to beat No. 9 Memphis, 82-78, to secure a Sweet 16 date with No. 4 Arkansas.
Memphis, which streaked to a 10-point halftime lead, appeared poised for an upset as its pace and depth gave Gonzaga problems. But even then, Memphis navigated foul trouble that limited star Jalen Duren’s minutes.
Timme, who had just four points at halftime, scored every point of Gonzaga’s 11-2 run to open the second half. That run saw the Bulldogs close the gap to three, and Timme’s jumper put Gonzaga on top with 10 minutes to play.
DeAndre Williams tied the game at 66 with less than six minutes to play, but Memphis wouldn’t retake the lead. Andrew Nembhard’s three-pointer put Gonzaga up by seven with 2:21 left, and the Bulldogs made their free throws to secure a seventh straight Sweet 16 appearance.
Arkansas holds on to defeat underdog New Mexico State
Eric Musselman’s Arkansas teams have become synonymous with stifling defense. On Saturday night, that skill rescued the fourth-seeded Razorbacks, who halted No. 12 New Mexico State’s ambitions of another upset over a top-five seed, winning, 53-48, in Buffalo.
Arkansas’s defense was key in stopping Aggies star Teddy Allen, who scored 37 points in New Mexico State’s first-round upset of Connecticut. Allen on Saturday scored 12 points while shooting 5 of 16 from the field (31 percent). Forward Johnny McCants helped offset Allen’s relative lack of production, leading the team in points (16), rebounds (12), blocks (two) and steals (two). No other Aggie scored in double-digits.
Musselman praised the Razorbacks’ defense after the game but quipped that their lack of offensive production might lead to his dismissal. Jokes aside, Arkansas’s shooting was abysmal. It made 14 of 51 shots (27.5 percent) and just 3 of 16 from distance. JD Notae carried the team with 18 points before he fouled out in the waning minutes of the game. Jaylin Williams made three of his 10 shots for 10 points and snagged 15 rebounds.
The Razorbacks did find the bottom of the net during an 8-0 run that gave them an eight-point lead with just over five minutes to play. But New Mexico State drilled back-to-back three-pointers to draw within two with 11 seconds remaining. Following an Allen miss, Chris Lykes sank four free throws to send Arkansas to its second straight Sweet 16 appearance — the first time his school accomplished the feat in 25 years.