a period of fourteen years I awent
up again to Jerusalem with bBarnabas
, taking cTitus
I went up according to 1arevelation
, and I laid before them the gospel which I proclaim among the bGentiles
, but privately to those who were of crepute
perhaps I should be erunning
, or had run, in vain.
even Titus, who was with me, though he is a Greek, was compelled to be 2acircumcised
because of the 1afalse
brothers, brought in bsecretly
, who stole in to spy out our 2cfreedom
which we have in Christ Jesus, that they might bring us into 3dslavery
them we yielded with the subjection demanded
not even for an hour, that the 1atruth
of the gospel might remain with you.
from those who were areputed
to be something — whatever they were makes no difference to me; God does bnot
accept man's person; for to me those who were of repute added nothing.
on the contrary, seeing that I had been aentrusted
with the gospel to the buncircumcision
, even as cPeter with the gospel
to the circumcision,
(For He who operated in Peter for the aapostleship
to the circumcision operated also in me for the bGentiles
perceiving the agrace
given to me, 1bJames
, who were ereputed
to be fpillars
, gave to me and to gBarnabas
the right hhand
that we should go
to the Gentiles, and they, to the circumcision.
Only they requested
that we remember the apoor
, which very thing I bwas
also eager to do.
Christ replacing the law
came to bAntioch
, I opposed him to his
face because he stood condemned.
before some came 1from aJames
, he 2continually bate
with the Gentiles; but when they came, he began to shrink back and separate himself, 3fearing
those of the ccircumcision
of the Jews also joined him in this 2hypocrisy
, so that even 3aBarnabas
was carried away in their hypocrisy.
when I saw that they were not 1walking
in a astraightforward
way in relation to the btruth
of the gospel, I said to cCephas dbefore them
all, If you, being a Jew, 2elive
like the Gentiles and not like the Jews, how is it that you compel the Gentiles to 3flive
like the Jews?
by nature and not bsinners
from among the Gentiles;
knowing that a man is not justified out of works of alaw
, but through 1bfaith
in Jesus Christ, we also have believed into Christ Jesus that we might be justified out of faith in Christ and not out of the works of law, because out of the works of law cno 2flesh
will be justified.
if, while seeking to be justified in Christ, we ourselves also have been found asinners
, is then Christ a 1minister
of sin? 2bAbsolutely
if I 1build
again the things which I have 2destroyed
, I prove myself to be a transgressor.
law have 2adied
to law that I might 3blive
with Christ; and it is 2no
longer I who
live, but it is 3bChrist who
lives in me; and the 4life
which I now live in the flesh I clive
, the dfaith 6of
of God, who 8eloved
me and fgave
Himself up for me.
do not nullify the 1agrace
of God; for if 2brighteousness
is through law, then cChrist
has died 3for