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The New Testament > Galatians > Chapter 6
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 Lexical notes
- The Greek word used for "man" in these verses is anthropos, which can refer to a man or a woman. The Greek word adelphoi, translated as "brethren" in verse 1, usually means "brothers" but sometimes means "brothers and sisters."
- Paul makes clear in this section that living the Christian life is not merely an individual endeavor. We have a collective responsiblity to bear each others' burdens and to help restore those who have sinned. But when helping others, we should not do so in a spirit of arrogance, or we can find ourselves falling into sin.
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