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Galatians 6:1 DBY

1 Brethren, if even a man be taken in some fault, ye who are spiritual restore such a one in a spirit of meekness, considering thyself lest *thou* also be tempted.

References for Galatians 6:1

    • a 6:1 - As 'mending,' Matt. 4.21: see Note g, 1Cor. 1.10.

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      • a 6:1 - As 'mending,' Matt. 4.21: see Note g, 1Cor. 1.10.
      • b 6:2 - 'Bear' is in the present tense, 'fulfil' in the aorist: 'thus have it fulfilled:' see Rom. 6.13.
      • c 6:2 - Or 'Christ,' but the article is better here in English. The expression alludes to their fondness for law.
      • d 6:4 - Or 'in respect to.'
      • e 6:5 - The words for 'burden' in vers. 2 and 5 are different; ver. 2 is the same as Matt. 20.12; ver. 5 as Matt. 11.30.
      • f 6:10 - This supposes more positive activity of service than 'doing good,' in ver. 9, which is the character of conduct. 'Let us do good' here is the service and labour in which it is shown.
      • g 6:11 - Or perhaps 'in what large letters.' It was long for the apostle to write with his own hand, as he generally dictated to another.
      • h 6:12 - Or 'through.'
      • i 6:14 - Or 'through which.'
      • j 6:16 - See Note, ch. 5.25.