Chapter 1
1 Paul, a commissioner, not from humans, neither through a human, but through Jesus Anointed, and Placer Father, the one rousing him out of dead ones, 2 and all the brothers together with me, to the called out companies of the Galatia: 3 grace to you, and peace, from Placer our Father, and Master Jesus Anointed, 4 the one giving himself over our sins, that he may be lifting us out of the present wicked duration, down the will effect of our Placer and Father, 5 to whom is the glory, into the durations. Amen. 6 I am marveling that you are being transferred thus, swiftly, from your calling in grace, into a different good message, 7 which is not another, except some are disturbing you and willing to distort the good message of the Anointed. 8 But also, if ever we, or a messenger out of heaven, bring a good message to you beside what we bring to you, let him be anathema. 9 As we have declared before, and I am saying again at present, if anyone is bringing to you a good message beside what you got, let him be anathema! 10 For at present, am I persuading the Placer, or humans? Or am I seeking to be pleasing to humans? If I still pleased humans, I would not be a slave of Anointed. 11 For I am making known to you, brothers, that the good message being brought by me is not down a human. 12 For I neither got it from a human, nor was I taught it but through revelation of Jesus Anointed. 13 For you hear of my behavior when in the Judaism, that down transcendence I persecuted the Placer’s called out company, and ravaged it. 14 And I progressed in the Judaism above many contemporaries in my breed, being inherently more abundantly a zealot of the traditions of my fathers. 15 Yet when it delights the Placer, the one severing me out of my mother’s belly and calling me through his grace, 16 to reveal his son in me, that I may be bringing him as a good message among the nations, I did not immediately submit it to flesh and blood. 17 Neither did I come up into Jerusalem toward the ones being commissioners before me. But I came away into Arabia, and I return again into Damascus. 18 Thereafter, after three years I came up into Jerusalem to relate my story to Cephas. And I remain toward him fifteen days. 19 Yet I did not perceive one different from the commissioners except James, the Master’s brother. 20 What I am writing to you, be perceiving in the Placer’s sight, that I am not falsifying. 21 Thereafter I came into the regions of the Syria and the Cilicia. 22 Yet I was unknown by face to the called out companies of the Judea in Anointed. 23 They were only hearing that, “The one at a time persecuting us, is now bringing the good message of the belief which he at a time ravaged.” 24 And they glorified the Placer in me.
Chapter 2
Thereafter, after fourteen years, I again stepped up into Jerusalem with Barnabas, getting Titus also together with me. 2 Yet I stepped up, down a revelation, and I submitted to them the good message which I am proclaiming among the nations, yet privately to the ones seeming to be something, lest somehow I may be racing or ran into emptiness. 3 (But neither was Titus, the Greek being together with me, necessitated to be circumcised. 4 Yet that, was because of the false brothers smuggled in, who crept in to spy out our freedom which we are having in Anointed Jesus, that they shall be enslaving us, 5 to whom, neither toward an hour did we simulate in the subjection, that the truth of the good message may be remaining toward you.) 6 Yet from the ones seeming to be something, what kind they at a time were, is nothing excelling to me. The Placer is not getting the face of a human. For the ones seeming to be something, submitted nothing to me. 7 But on the contrary, perceiving that I have been entrusted the good message of the uncircumcision, down as Peter, of the circumcision 8 (For the one operating in Peter, into a commission of the circumcision, operates also in me, into the nations), 9 and knowing the grace being given to me, James and Cephas and John, the ones seeming to be pillars, give to me and Barnabas a right hand of participation, that we be into the nations, yet they into the circumcision, 10 only that we be remembering the poor, which I am also diligent, this same thing to do. 11 Yet when Cephas came into Antioch, I withstood him face to face, it being that he was censurable. 12 For before the coming of some from James, he ate together with the nations. Yet when they came, he shrank back and severed himself, fearing the ones out of circumcision. 13 And the rest of the Judaans play hypocrite together with him, so, that Barnabas also was led away together with them in the hypocrisy. 14 But when I perceived that they are not having an upright stance toward the truth of the good message, I said to Cephas in front of all, “If you, inherently Judaan, are living as the nations and not as a Judaan, how is it you are necessitating the nations to be Judaizing?” 15 We in nature are Judaans, and are not sinners out of nations. 16 Yet having perceived that a human is not being justified out of works of law, if not, through belief of Jesus Anointed, we also believe into Anointed Jesus, that we may be justified out of belief of Anointed, and not out of works of law, it being that no flesh at all shall be justified out of works of law. 17 Yet if seeking to be justified in Anointed, we ourselves also were found sinners, is Anointed consequently a server of sin? May it not be. 18 For if things which I loose-down, these I am again building, I am commending myself as a transgressor. 19 For through law, I died to law, that I may be living to Placer. 20 I have been impaled together with Anointed. Yet I am living. Yet it is not still I, it is Anointed, living in me. What I am now living in flesh, yet, I am living in the belief of the Placer’s son, the one loving me, and over me, giving himself over. 21 I am not repudiating the Placer’s grace. For if righteousness is through law, Anointed consequently died gratuitously.
Chapter 3
1 O unthinking Galatians, who bewitches you, to whom down eyes, Jesus Anointed was written before, as having been impaled? 2 This only am I willing to be learning from you: Did you get the spirit out of works of law, or out of a hearing of belief? 3 Are you thus unthinking? Undertaking in spirit, are you now being consummated in flesh? 4 Did you suffer so much, as a simulation? If so, it also surely was a simulation. 5 The one, then, supplying the spirit to you and operating powers among you, is it out of works of law, or out of a hearing of belief? 6 Down as Abraham believes the Placer, and it is reckoned to him into righteousness, 7 be knowing, consequently, that the ones out of belief, these are sons of Abraham. 8 Yet the writing, perceiving before that the Placer is justifying the nations out of belief, brings a good message before to the Abraham, that, “All the nations shall be blessed in you.” 9 So, the ones out of belief, are being blessed with the believing Abraham. 10 For as many as are out of works of law, are under a curse. For it has been written that, “Accursed is every one who is not remaining in all the things having been written in the scrollet of the law, doing them.” 11 Yet it is evident that no one is being justified in law beside the Placer, it being that, “The just one shall be living, out of belief.” 12 Yet the law is not out of belief, but, “The one doing them, shall be living in them.” 13 Anointed buys us out of the curse of the law, becoming a curse over us, it being that it has been written, “Accursed is every one being hung on wood,” 14 that the blessing of the Abraham may be coming in Anointed Jesus, that we may be getting the promise of the spirit through the belief. 15 Brothers, down a human I am saying, a covenant of a human is likewise. Having been validated, no one is repudiating it, or prescribing onto it. 16 The promises, yet, were declared to the Abraham and to his seed. He is not saying, “and to the seeds,” as on many, but as on one, “and to your seed,” who is Anointed. 17 Yet I am saying this, there being a covenant validated before by the Placer, the law, coming four hundred thirty years after, is not invalidating it, into nullifying the promise. 18 For if the allotment enjoyment is out of law, it is not still out of a promise. Yet the Placer has graced it to the Abraham through a promise. 19 What, then, is the law? It was added on grace* of the transgressions, until the seed to whom he has promised may be coming. It was prescribed through messengers, in the hand of a mediator. 20 A mediator, yet, is not of one. Yet the Placer is one. 21 Is the law, then, against the Placer’s promises? May it not be. For if a law was given, it really being able to vivify, the righteousness would be out of law. 22 But the writing locks the all together under sin, that the promise, out of belief of Jesus Anointed, may be given to the ones believing. 23 Yet before the coming of the belief, we were garrisoned under law, being locked up together, into, the belief about to be revealed. 24 So, the law has become our boy-leader into Anointed, that we may be justified out of belief. 25 Yet the belief having come, we are not still under a boy-leader. 26 For you are all sons of Placer, through the belief in Anointed Jesus. 27 For as many as are immersed into Anointed, slip into Anointed, 28 wherein there is not a Judaan, neither a Greek, not a slave, neither a free one, no male and female. For you are all one in Anointed Jesus. 29 Yet if you are of Anointed, you are consequently seed of the Abraham, allotment enjoyers down a promise.
* on behalf of them, to cause the trangressions to increase.
Chapter 4
1 Yet I am saying, on as much time as the allotment enjoyer is a minor, being master of all, he is excelling nothing of a slave, 2 but is under permitters and administrators until the placement before the father. 3 Thus also we, when we were minors, we were enslaved under the elements of the world. 4 Yet when the fulfillment of the time came, the Placer puts out his son, he becoming out of a woman, becoming under law, 5 that he may be buying out the ones under law, that we may be getting the son-placing. 6 It being that you are sons, yet, the Placer puts out the spirit of his son into our hearts, crying, “Papa! Father!” 7 So, you are not still a slave, but a son, yet if a son, an allotment enjoyer also, through Placer. 8 But then indeed, not having perceived Placer, you slave to the ones which in nature are not placers. 9 Yet now, knowing Placer, yet rather, being known by Placer, how are you turning back again onto the weak and poor elements, to which you are willing to be slaving again as a top thing? 10 You are scrutinizing days and months and seasons and years. 11 I am fearing for you, lest somehow I have toiled as a simulation into you. 12 Become as I am, it being that I also am as you. I am beseeching you, brothers! You injure me none. 13 You have perceived, yet, that I formerly bring the good message to you because of a weakness of the flesh. 14 And you did not scorn your trial in my flesh, neither did you spit me out, but you receive me as a messenger of Placer, as Anointed Jesus. 15 Where, then, is your happiness? For I am testifying to you, that if possible you would excavate out your eyes and give them to me. 16 So, being true to you, have I become an enemy of you? 17 They are zealous for you, but not ideally. They are willing to lock you out, that you may be zealous for them. 18 It is always ideal to be zealous, yet, in an ideal thing, and not only in my presence toward you. 19 My offspring, with whom I am again travailing, until Anointed is formed in you! 20 I willed, yet, to be present toward you at present, and to change my sound, it being that I am perplexed about you. 21 The ones willing to be under law, say to me, are you not hearing the law? 22 For It has been written that Abraham has had two sons, one out of the maid, and one out of the free woman. 23 But the one out of the maid has indeed been generated down flesh, yet the one out of the free woman, through a promise, 24 which is allegorizing. For these are two covenants. One is indeed from Mount Sinai, generating into slavery, which is Hagar. 25 The Hagar, yet, is Mount Sinai in the Arabia, yet it is in line with the Jerusalem now, for she is slaving with her offspring. 26 Yet the Jerusalem up, is free, who is a mother of us. 27 For it has been written, “Be gladdened, sterile one, the one not bringing forth! Burst forth and implore, the one not travailing, it being that many are the offspring of the desolate one, rather than of the one having the man.” 28 Yet you, brothers, down Isaac, are offspring of a promise. 29 But even as then, the one generated down flesh persecuted the one down spirit, thus also as now. 30 But what is the writing saying? “Be casting out the maid and her son. For by no means shall the son of the maid be enjoying an allotment with the son of the free woman.” 31 Wherefore, brothers, we are not offspring of a maid, but of the free woman.
Chapter 5
1 Anointed frees us in the freedom. Be standing firm, then, and do not be having yourselves in a yoke of slavery again. 2 Be perceiving, I, Paul, am saying to you, that if you are circumcising, Anointed shall be benefiting you nothing. 3 I am testifying yet again, to every human that is being circumcised, that he is a debtor to do the whole law. 4 Any who are being justified in law, you were nullified from Anointed; you fall out of the grace. 5 For we, in spirit out of belief, are awaiting an expectation of righteousness. 6 For in Anointed Jesus, neither circumcision nor uncircumcision are availing anything, but belief operating through love is. 7 You raced ideally. Who hinders you, so as to not be persuaded to the truth? 8 The persuasion is not out of the one calling you. 9 A little ferment is fermenting the whole kneading. 10 I have confidence into you in Master, that you shall be disposing nothing otherwise. Yet the one disturbing you shall be bearing the judgment, whoever he may be. 11 Yet, brothers, if I am still proclaiming circumcision, why am I still being persecuted? Consequently, the snare of the pole has been nullified. 12 The ones standing you up owe, and they shall be struck away. 13 For you were called on freedom, brothers, only not the freedom into incentive to the flesh. But through the love, be slaving to one another. 14 For all the law has been fulfilled in one word, in the, “You shall be loving your associate as yourself.” 15 Yet if you are biting and devouring one another, be looking out, lest you be consumed by one another. 16 Yet I am saying, be walking in spirit, and you shall by no means be consummating desire of flesh. 17 For the flesh is desiring against the spirit, yet the spirit, against the flesh. For these are opposing one another, that you may not be doing whatever you are willing. 18 Yet if you are being led in spirit, you are not under law. 19 The works of the flesh are apparent, yet, which are prostitution, uncleanness, wantonness, 20 idolatry, drugging, enmities, strife, jealousy, fury, factions, dissensions, sects, 21 envies, drunkenness, revelries, and the things like these, which I am saying before to you, down as I said before, that the ones practicing the such things shall not be enjoying an allotment of Placer’s kingdom. 22 Yet the fruit of the spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 meekness, restraint. Against such things there is no law. 24 The ones of the Anointed Jesus, yet, impale the flesh, together with its passions and desires. 25 If we are living in spirit, we may also be observing the elements in spirit. 26 We may not become vainglorious, challenging one another, envying one another.
Chapter 6
1 Brothers, also, if a human is ever gotten before you in some offense, you spiritual ones be equipping the such in a spirit of meekness, noting yourself, lest you also be tried. 2 Be bearing the heavy things of one another, and thus fulfill the law of the Anointed. 3 For if anyone is supposing himself to be something, being nothing, he is imposing on himself. 4 Yet let each be proving the work of himself, and then he shall be having the boast into himself only, and not into the other, 5 for each shall be bearing his own load. 6 Let the one being instructed the word be participating in all good things with the one instructing. 7 Do not be strayed. Placer is not being sneered. For whatever a human may be sowing, this also shall he be reaping, 8 it being that the one sowing into the flesh of himself, shall be reaping corruption out of the flesh. Yet the one sowing into the spirit, shall be reaping durative life out of the spirit. 9 Doing the ideal thing, yet, we may not be despondent, for in our own season we shall be reaping, fainting not. 10 Consequently, then, as we are having season, we are working the good toward all, yet especially toward the family members of the belief. 11 Be perceiving what prime writings I write with my hand. 12 As many as are willing to put on a good face in flesh, these are necessitating you to be circumcised, only that they may not be persecuted with Anointed’s pole. 13 For not even the ones being circumcised are guarding law, but they are willing for you to be circumcised, that they may be boasting in your flesh. 14 Yet may it not be to me to be boasting, unless in the pole of our Master Jesus Anointed, through which, to me, a world has been impaled, and I, to a world. 15 For neither circumcision nor uncircumcision are anything, but there is a new creation. 16 And as many as shall be observing the elements in this domain, peace is on them, and mercy, including on the Placer’s Israel. 17 Of the rest, let no one be tendering toils to me, for I am bearing in my body the brand-marks of Jesus. 18 The grace of our Master Jesus Anointed is with your spirit, brothers. Amen.