The Episle Of Paul To The Galatians Chapter 6:1-6 (14 of 15) by Harley Howard
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1 Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which
are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of
meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be
This church was fractured by false doctrine planted by
the Judiazers. Paul described their behavior under the
following terms: BITING AND DEVOURING EACH OTHER,
SEEKERS OF VAIN GLORY, PROVOKING ONE ANOTHER AND ENVY
TOWARDS EACH OTHER. Paul also gave them clearly the
characteristics of the flesh and of the Spirit-filled
life. The church was in a mess and only a spiritual
remedy would solve the problem. So Paul gave the
solution in this chapter to restore sinning believers.
Let’s examine that clear fact.
The first truth that we need to see is that the ones
who are doing the restoration are Christians.
Second, the ones needing restoration are also
Third, the ones who are doing the restoration are
those who are walking in the Holy Spirit.
Forth, there is a warning to the one doing the
restoration to beware of pride.
We need to see that the responsibility of restoration
is for MATURE SAINTS that are in the body, not just
>> Let’s take a look at verse one:
1.) Brethren. This word, in this context obviously
refers to believers. Though the word also refers to
the relationship between Jews in some passages, it is
obvious that Paul uses the word to refer to
Christians, since the Galatians were not Jews. Paul
refers to them as brothers in Christ. In fact, Paul
uses the same word 10 times in this epistle, all
referring to believers. So that’s very important. Only
believers can do this.
2.) If a man be overtaken in a fault. If a believer is
trapped in some sin (singular). It is important to
know that the fault is not habitual sinning, but A
sin. This is not the behavior of the habitual sinner
that Paul described in cha ...
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