1 Paul, an apostle, not from men, not even through a man, but through Jesus Christ and God Father, the One having raised Him out from dead ones,

2 and all the brethren with me, to the assemblies of Galatia:

3 Grace to you all and peace from God our Father and Lord Jesus Christ.

4 The One having given Himself on behalf of our sins, so that He might extract us out from the age, the present evil one, according to the will of our God and Father,

5 to Whom be the glory into the ages of the ages. Amen.

6 I marvel that you so quickly transfer from the One having called you in grace of Christ into another gospel,

7 which is not another, except there are the ones troubling you, and desiring to pervert the gospel of Christ.

8 But even if we or an angel out from heaven might preach a gospel to you alongside that which we preached, then let him be accursed.

9 As we have said before and now I say again; since a certain one preaches a gospel to you alongside that which you received, then let him be accursed.

10 For do I now persuade men or God? Or do I seek to please men? If I was still pleasing men, then I was not a bondservant of Christ.

11 For I make known to you, brethren, the gospel, the one having been preached by me, that it is not according to man.

12 For not even I myself received it from man, neither was I taught, but through a revelation of Jesus Christ.

13 For you heard of my conduct once in Judaism, that according to excess I was pursuing the assembly of God, and I was destroying it.

14 And I was advancing in Judaism over many peers among my race, being more abundantly zealous of the traditions of my fathers.

15 But when God, the One having separated me out from my mother’s womb and having called through His grace was pleased

16 to reveal His Son in me, in order that I might preach Him among the nations, immediately I did not consult with flesh and blood,

17 I neither went up into Jerusalem toward the apostles before me, but I departed into Arabia and again I returned into Damascus.

18 Furthermore after three years I went up into Jerusalem to question Cephas and continued toward him fifteen days.

19 But other apostles I saw not, except James, the brother of the Lord.

20 And what things I write to you, behold, before God that I do not lie.

21 Furthermore I went into the regions of Syria and Cilicia.

22 And I was being unknown by the face to the assemblies of Judea, the ones in Christ.

23 And only they were hearing that, the one pursuing us once, now preaches the faith which he once was destroying,

24 and they were glorifying God in me.


1 Furthermore, through fourteen years I went up again into Jerusalem with Barnabas, having taken-alongside Titus also.

2 And I went up according to a revelation, and declared to them the gospel which I preach among the nations, but according to privately to the ones supposing, lest somehow I might run or have ran into emptiness.

3 But not even Titus, the one with me, being a Greek, was compelled to be circumcised.

4 And on account of the lying-brethren secretly brought in, who entered alongside to down watch our freedom which we have in Christ Jesus, in order that they will enslave us down.

5 To whom we yielded not even toward an hour to the under-arrangement, in order that the truth of the gospel might continue toward you.

6 But from the ones supposing to be something, what sort of things they once were, not even one thing carries through to me; God does not receive a face of man, for the ones supposing, not even one thing they consulted for themselves to me,

7 but on the contrary, having seen that I had been entrusted the gospel of the uncircumcision, just as Peter of the circumcision,

8 for the One having worked Peter into an apostleship of the circumcision, also worked with me into the nations,

9 and having known the grace, the one having been given to me, James and Cephas and John, the ones supposing to be pillars, gave to me and to Barnabas the right hands of fellowship, in order that we go into the nations and they go into the circumcision;

10 only of the poor, in order that we might remember, which also I was diligent to do this very thing.

11 But when Cephas came into Antioch, I stood against him according to his face, because he was condemnable.

12 For before the result of certain ones to come from James, he was eating together with the nations, but when they came, he was withdrawing and was separating himself, fearing the ones out from circumcision.

13 And [[also]] the remaining Jews, pretended together with him, so that even Barnabas was led away together by their hypocrisy.

14 But when I saw that they do not walk-straight toward the truth of the gospel, I said to Cephas in-front of all, if you being a Jew, live as a Gentile and not as a Jew, how do you compel the nations to live as Jews?

15 We are Jews by nature, and not sinners out from the nations;

16 [[and]] knowing that, a man is not justified out from works of law, except through faith of Jesus Christ, even we believed into Christ Jesus, in order that we might be justified out from faith of Christ and not out from works of law, because all flesh will not be justified out from works of law.

17 But since, seeking to be justified in Christ, we were also found sinners, then is Christ a servant of sin? May it not come to be.

18 For since I build again these things which I destroyed, then I place myself together-with a transgressor.

19 For I myself through law died to law, in order that I might live to God; I have been crucified-together with Christ.

20 And I myself live no longer, but Christ lives in me; and that which I now live in flesh, I live in the faith of the Son of God, the One having loved me and having gave Himself on behalf of me.

21 Ido not set aside the grace of God; for if righteousness comes through law, then Christ died for nothing.


1 O foolish Galatians, who bewitched you, according to whose eyes Jesus Christ was set forth crucified?

2 This only I desire to learn from you: received you the Spirit out from works of law or out from hearing of faith?

3 Are you so foolish, having begun by Spirit, do you now finish by flesh?

4 You suffered so many things vainly, if indeed even vainly.

5 Therefore, the One supplying to you the Spirit and working powers in you, does He do it out from works of law or out from hearing of faith?

6 Just as Abraham believed as to God and it was reckoned to him into righteousness.

7 Then you know that the ones out from faith, these are sons of Abraham.

8 And the Scripture having foreseen that God justifies the nations out from faith, preached-before to Abraham, that in you the nations will be blessed.

9 So that, the ones out from faith are blessed with faithful Abraham.

10 For as many as are out from works of law are under a curse, for it has been written that, “Fully-cursed is everyone who does not continue with all things, the ones written in the book of the law of the result to do them.”

11 Moreover, that in law no one is justified with God is evident, because the righteous one will live out from faith.

12 But the law is not out from faith, but the one having done them will live in them.

13 Christ redeemed us out from the curse of the law, having become a curse on behalf of us, because it has been written, “Fully-cursed is everyone, the one being hung upon a tree.”

14 In order that into the nations the blessing of Abraham might come to be in Christ Jesus, in order that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through the faith.

15 Brethren, I speak according to man; although of man confirmed, a covenant no one sets aside or places-orders-upon it.

16 Moreover, to Abraham were spoken the promises and to his Seed; He does not say, and to the seeds, as upon many, but as upon One, and to your Seed, Who is Christ.

17 Moreover, this I say, a covenant, confirmed before by God, the law, which came to be after four hundred and thirty years, does not invalidate into the purpose to idle-down the promise.

18 For if the inheritance is out from law, then it is no longer out from a promise, but God has given it to Abraham through a promise.

19 Why then the law? It was added because of the transgressions, until which time the Seed might come to whom it has been promised, having been arranged through messengers in a hand of a mediator.

20 Moreover, the mediator is not one, but God is One.

21 Therefore, is the law against the promises of [[God?]] May it not come to be. For if a law was given, the one being able to make alive, then indeed, righteousness was out from law.

22 But the Scripture shut up together all things under sin, in order that the promise out from faith of Jesus Christ might be given to the ones believing.

23 But before the result of the faith to come, we were being guarded under law, being shut up together into the coming faith to be revealed.

24 So that, the law has come to be our tutor into Christ, in order that we might be justified out from faith.

25 But the faith having come, we are no longer under a tutor.

26 For you are all sons of God through the faith in Christ Jesus,

27 for as many as were baptized into Christ, you did put on Christ.

28 Not one Jew, not even a Greek, not one bondservant, not even a free one, not one male or even female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. 29 And since you are of Christ, then you are seed of Abraham, heirs according to a promise.


1 Moreover, I say, over as long a time as the heir is immature, not even one thing carries through from a bondservant, though being lord of all things,

2 but is under guardians and stewards until the pre-appointed time of the father.

3 Even so we, when we were immature under the elements of the world, were enslaved.

4 But when the fullness of the time came, God sent out His Son, having come to be out from a woman, having come to be under law,

5 in order that He might redeem the ones under law, in order that we might receive the son-place.

6 And because you are sons, God sent out the Spirit of His Son into our hearts, crying, Abba the Father.

7 So that you are no longer a bondservant, but a son, and since a son, then also an heir through God.

8 But then, on the one hand, not knowing God, you slaved to the things by nature not being gods.

9 But now on the other hand, having known God, but rather, having been known by God, how do you turn again upon the weak and poor elements to which you desire to slave all over again?

10 You observe days and months and seasons and years.

11 I fear you, lest somehow I have labored vainly into you.

12 Brethren, I beg you, come to be as I am, because I also have come to be as you. You did me not even one wrong;

13 And you know that on account of weakness of the flesh I preached the gospel to you, the one former,

14 and the trial of you in my flesh you despised not, not even loathed, but you received me as a messenger of God, as Christ Jesus.

15 Where then was the blessing of you? For I testify to you that if possible, you having dug-out your eyes, then you would have given them to me.

16 So that, have I come to be your enemy speaking truth to you?

17 They seek you, not well, but they desire to shut you out, in order that you might seek them.

18 But to be sought in a good way is always a good thing, and not only in the result for me to be present toward you.

19 My children whom I suffer birth pain again until which time Christ might be formed in you,

20 and I was desiring to be present toward you just now, and to change my voice, because I am perplexed in you.

21 You tell me, the ones desiring to be under law, do you not hear the law?

22 For it has been written that Abraham had two sons, one out from the bondwoman and one out from the freewoman.

23 But on the one hand, the one out from the bondwoman has been begotten according to flesh, but on the other hand, the one out from the freewoman through a promise.

24 Which things is being allegorized; for these are two covenants, on the one hand, one from Mount Sinai being begotten into slavery, which is Hagar.

25 Moreover, Hagar is the Mount Sinai in the Arabia and she corresponds to the Jerusalem now, for she slaves with her children.

26 But on the other hand, the Jerusalem above is free, which is mother of us all.

27 For it has been written: Rejoice barren one, the one not giving birth, burst apart and cry aloud, the one not suffering birth pain; because many more the children of the wilderness than of the one having the husband.

28 And you brethren, according to Isaac are children of a promise.

29 But just as then, the one having been begotten according to flesh was pursuing the one according to spirit, even so now.

30 But what does the Scripture say? Cast out the bondwoman and her son, for the son of the bondwoman will absolutely not inherit with the son of the freewoman. 31 Therefore, brethren, we are not children of a bondwoman, but of the freewoman.


1 Christ freed us to freedom. Stand, therefore, and be not held-within again by a yoke of slavery.

2 Behold, I Paul say to you, that if you might be circumcised, then Christ will profit you not even one thing.

3 And I testify again to every man being circumcised, that he is a debtor to do the whole law.

4 You were idled-down from Christ, whichever ones in law are justified, you fell from the grace.

5 For we by spirit, out from faith, await the hope of righteousness.

6 For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision avails a certain thing, nor uncircumcision, but faith working through love.

7 You were running well. Who hindered you to not obey the truth?

8 The persuasion is not out from the One calling you.

9 A little leaven leavens the whole lump.

10 I myself have persuaded into you in the Lord that you will mind not even one another; but the one troubling you will bear the judgment, whosoever he might be.

11 Moreover, I brethren, since I still preach circumcision, then why am I still pursued? The offense of the cross has been idled-down.

12 And I would the ones stirring-up you would cut themselves off.

13 For you were called upon freedom, brethren, only use not the freedom into an opportunity to the flesh, but through love slave to one another.

14 For all the law has been fulfilled in one word, in the one: You will love your neighbor as yourself.

15 And since you bite and devour one another, then see that you might not be consumed by one another.

16 Moreover, I say, walk by spirit and you might absolutely not complete the lust of flesh.

17 For the flesh desires against the spirit and the spirit against the flesh, for these lie opposite to one another, in order that, if which things you might desire, then these things you might not do.

18 But since by spirit you are being led, then you are not under law.

19 Moreover, the works of the flesh are manifest, which are prostitution, uncleanness, licentiousness,

20 idolatry, drug abuse, enmities, strife, jealousy, angers, selfish ambitions, divisions, factions,

21 envies, intoxicants, revels, and the ones similar to these things, which things I say before to you, just as I said before, that the ones practicing these things will not inherit the kingdom of God.

22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faith,

23 gentleness, self-control; against these things there is no law.

24 Moreover, the ones of Christ crucified the flesh with the sufferings and the lusts.

25 Since we live by spirit, then let us also walk by spirit. 26 Let us not come to be conceited, provoking one another, envying one another.


1 Brethren, if also a man might be taken before in a certain transgression, you, the ones spiritual, restore the such one in spirit of gentleness, watching yourself that you also might not be tested.

2 Bear the burdens of one another, and so you will fulfill the law of Christ.

3 For since a certain one supposes to be a certain thing, being nothing, then he deceives himself.

4 But let each one prove his own work, and then he will have boasting into himself only and not into the other one.

5 For each one will bear his own load.

6 But let the one being taught the word share with the one teaching in all good things.

7 Do not be led astray, God is not mocked; forif that which a man might sow, then this also he will reap.

8 Because the one sowing into his own flesh, out from the flesh he will reap corruption, but the one sowing into the spirit, out from the spirit he will reap everlasting life.

9 And let us not lose heart doing good, for we will reap at our own time fainting not.

10 Therefore then, as we have time, let us work the good toward all, but especially toward the housed ones of the faith.

11 Behold by how large letters I wrote to you with my own hand.

12 As many as desire to appear well in the flesh, these ones compel you to be circumcised, only in order that they might not be pursued by the cross of Christ.

13 For not even the ones being circumcised keep law themselves, but they desire you to be circumcised in order that they might boast in your flesh.

14 But, may it not come to be for me to be boasting except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through Whom this world has been crucified to me, and I to this world.

15 For neither circumcision is anything nor uncircumcision, but a new creation.

16 And as many as will walk by this rule, peace upon them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of God.

17 Of the remainder, let no one hold-alongside trouble to me, for I myself bear the marks of Jesus in my body.

18 Brethren, the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, be with your spirit. Amen.