But from those who awere of high1reputation (what they were makesnodifference to me; 2Godbshowsnopartiality )-well, those who were of reputationcontributednothing to me.
But on the contrary, seeing that I had been 3entrusted with the 4gospelcto the uncircumcised, just as 5Peter had been dto the circumcised8
(for He who effectuallyworked for Peter in his 6apostleshipeto the circumcisedeffectuallyworked for me also to the Gentiles ),
and recognizing7the grace that had been given to me, f8James and 9Cephas and John, who were 10reputed to be 11pillars, gave to me and 12Barnabas the 13rightghand of fellowship, so that we might 14go to the Gentiles and they to the circumcised.
They only asked us to remember the poor -15the verything I also was eager to do.
But when16Cephascame to 17Antioch, I opposed him to his face, because he hstood condemned.
For prior to the coming of certainmen from i18James, he used to 19eat with the Gentiles ; but when they came, he began to withdraw and holdhimselfaloof, 20fearingjthe party of the circumcision.
The rest of the Jewsjoined him in hypocrisy, with the result that even21Barnabas was carriedaway by their hypocrisy.
But when I saw that they 22were not kstraightforwardabout23the truth of the gospel, I said to 24Cephas in the presence of all, "If you, being a Jew, 25livelike the Gentiles and not like the Jews, how is it that you compel the Gentiles to livelikeJews ? l15
"We are 26Jews by nature and not 27sinners from among the Gentiles ;
16neverthelessknowing that 28a man is not justified by the works of mthe Law but throughfaith in ChristJesus, even we have believed in ChristJesus, so that we may be justified by 29faith in Christ and not by the works of nthe Law ; since30by the works of othe Lawnopflesh will be justified.