A little bit of Galations for You

Galations 6:1 "Brothers, if anyone is caught in transgression, you who are sipritual, restore him in a spirit of gentleness..."

Sometimes (a lot of times) I restore people; like my brothers, good... ah, but it's not in gentleness, it's like, "Hey, cut it out, what are you doing!..." Big oops.

Galations 6:3 "For if anyone thinks that he is something when he is nothing, he decives themselves, 4 but let each one examine his own own work, and then he will have reason for boasting."

Uh, I pretty much always think that I'm something, another oops. But when we see ourselves as nothing, then we can see God as much more. And I'd rather see somebody who is really something.

p.s. Hey, guys, help me out: It says in Gal. 6:4 "... Then he will have reason for boasting..." What does that mean? Does it mean that if we examine ourselves we'll have reason for boasting, what?


Life Savior March 28, 2008 at 10:33 PM  

I'd say reason for boasting in what Christ has done in our life.


Life Savior March 28, 2008 at 10:34 PM  

Or with our life.


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