PAUL THE APOSTLE
Galatians 6 ©
1 The apostle further exhorts the Galatians to several Christian virtues, namely, unto meekness in reproving of those who sin out of weakness. 2 To mutual forbearance. 3 To examination and a lowly opinion of themselves. 6 To maintaining of their teachers. 7 To take heed what they sow. 9 And to liberality towards the poor, especially those who believe. 11 Afterward he concludes the epistle, showing how he loves and esteems them. 12 and warning them of the false apostles, whose ambition and hypocrisy he describes. 14 And places his own example over against it. 15 Teaches briefly wherein true Christianity consists; and what the same has to expect. 17 Admonishes that no man be further troublesome unto him. 18 And ends with the usual salutation.
BRETHREN,a if a man be 1overtaken 2in 3a fault, ye 4which are spiritual, 5restore such an one 6in the spirit of meekness; 7considering thyself, lest thou also be 8tempted.
9Bearb ye one another’s 10burdens, and so 11fulfil 12the law of Christ.
For if a man 13think himself to be something, 14when he is nothing, he 15deceiveth himself.
But let every man 16prove 17his own work, and 18then shall he have 19rejoicing 20in himself alone, and 21not in another.
Forc every man shall bear 22his own burden.
Letd him that is 23taught 24in the word 25communicate unto him that 26teacheth 27in all good things.
28Bee not deceived; God is not 29mocked: forf whatsoever a man 30soweth, that shall he also reap.
For he that soweth 31to his flesh shall 32of the flesh 33reap 34corruption; but he that soweth 35to the Spirit shall 36of the Spirit reap 37life everlasting.
Andg let us 38not be weary 39in well doing: for 40in due season we shall 41reap, if we 42faint not.
As we have 43therefore opportunity, let us do 44good unto 45all men, especiallyh unto them who are of the 46household of faith.
47Ye see 48how large a letter I have written unto you 49with mine own hand.
As many as desire to make 50a fair shew 51in the flesh, they constrain you to be circumcised; only lest they should 52suffer persecution 53for the cross of Christ.
For neither they themselves 54who are circumcised 55keep the law; but desire to have you circumcised, that they may glory 56in your flesh.
But God forbid that I should glory, 57save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, 58by whom 59the world is crucified 60unto me, and 61I unto the world.
Fori62in Christ Jesus neither circumcision availeth 63any thing, nor uncircumcision, but a 64new creature.
Andj as many as walk 65according to this rule, 66peace 67be on them, and 68mercy, and 69upon the Israel of God.
From henceforth let 70no man trouble me: fork I bear in my body 71the marks of the Lord Jesus.
72Brethren, the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with your 73spirit. Amen.