Galatians 6



Galatians 6 encourages a spirit of restoration and mutual support among believers. The chapter emphasizes the principles of giving and reaping, doing good to all, and concludes with a final exhortation and a blessing.


  1. Bearing One Another's Burdens (Galatians 6:1-5): Paul encourages believers to restore those who have fallen into sin with a spirit of gentleness. He emphasizes the importance of bearing one another's burdens and examining one's actions.

  2. Sowing and Reaping (Galatians 6:6-10): Paul uses the analogy of sowing and reaping to highlight the principle of giving and reaping. Believers are encouraged to do good to all, especially to fellow believers, and not grow weary in doing good.

  3. Final Admonitions and Benediction (Galatians 6:11-18): Paul concludes the letter with a personal touch, emphasizing the large letters he has written. He highlights that circumcision or uncircumcision is irrelevant; what matters is a new creation in Christ. Paul pronounces a blessing of peace and mercy upon those who walk by this rule.