Modern Literal Version

[Galatians 6]

     6:1 Brethren, even if a man is overtaken in any trespass, you*, the spiritual, mend* such a one in a spirit of meekness; noting any trespass in yourself, lest you might also be tempted. 6:2 Bear* the burdens of one another and thus fulfill* the law of the Christ. 6:3 For* if anyone thinks himself to be something, being nothing, he is deceiving himself. 6:4 But let each one test his own work and then he will have his boasting toward himself alone and not toward the other. 6:5 For* each onewill be bearing his own load.

     6:6 But let him, who is instructed in the word, share in all good things with the one who instructs. 6:7 Do* not be misled. God is not ridiculed; for* whatever a man should sow, he will also be reaping this thing. 6:8 Because he who is sowing to his own flesh will be reaping corruption from his flesh, but he who is sowing to the Spirit will be reaping everlasting life from the Spirit.6:9 Now we should not be depressed in practicing good; for* we will be reaping in our own time, ifwe do not faint. 6:10 Therefore consequently*, as we have opportunity, we should work what is the good thing toward all men but especially in the household of the faith.

     6:11 Behold*, how-large the alphabet letters are I wrote to you* with my own hand.

     6:12 As many as wish to have a good* countenance in the flesh, these are urging you* to be circumcised; only in order that they may not be persecuted for the cross of the Christ. 6:13 For*they themselves do not even observe the law, (those who have been circumcised), but they wish you* to be circumcised, in order that they may boast in your* flesh. 6:14 But let it not happen for me to boast, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom the world has been crucified to me and I to the world. 6:15 For* neither anything circumcision nor uncircumcision prevails in Christ Jesus, but a new creation. 6:16 And as many as will be marching by this standard*, peace and mercy is upon them and upon the Israel of God.

     6:17 Furthermore let no one be harassing me, for* I bear the brands of the Lord Jesus on my body.

     6:18 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ is with your* spirit, brethren. Amen.

     {NOTES: You should read the 'Definitions' Section and other non-bible sections.}

    {Luke is written 60-63 AD}

    {Actual writing of Acts 63 AD.}

{{ Introduction to Ephesians 62-64 AD

    By the time, Paul wrote to the Ephesian congregation, they seem to have few problems, which were so common to the other congregations of the Lord in his letters, or they had already learned the truth from them. Paul is still in prison and sends others in his place to help and encourage them. The introduction in the first chapter and second about God's favor; his original plan for our salvation, all we have to do it obey it. Eph. contains the most misquoted verse in the Bible by Christians, completely out of context, 2:8. God made a plan for us to be saved from our sins and showed us many examples in Acts. Once saved from your past sins, Christians have the letters to guide them on how to stay in God's grace and receive further forgiveness of sin for us as the 'new creation.' So many miss this fact. In chapter 3, he describes God's plan, a mystery hidden until this age when the Gentile and the Jew would be together in one body, the congregation of believers. The absolute best description of what the body of Christ is supposed to be and follow in Chapter 4:1-6, 11-16. We pray that all 'achieve to the unity of the faith and of the full knowledge of the Son.' In Chapter 5, Paul uses an example of a husband and wife to describe Jesus' love for the congregation. In Chapter 6, Paul tells us the devil is the real enemy, and only the knowledge of God's word can defeat him and his schemes.}}

Modern Literal Version Preface & Appendix , copyright 1999, 2014 by G. Allen Walker for the MLV New Testament Committee.
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