Galatians 1lest again having come me should humble the God of me before you, and I should lament over many of those having previously sinned, and not having reformed in respect to the impurity and fornication and lewdness, which they practiced.1 Paul, an apostle not from men nor through a man, but through Jesus Anointed and God a Father of the having raised him out of dead ones; 2 and those with me all brethren, to be congregations of the Galatia; 3 favor to you and peace from God a Father, and Lord of us Jesus Anointed, 4 of the having given himself concerning the sins of us, in order that he might rescue us out of the having been present an age of evil, according to the will of the God and Father of us, 5 to whom the glory for the ages of the ages: So be it. 6 I wonder, because so quickly you are being changed from the one having called you by favor of Anointed to other glad tidings; 7 which not is other; if not some are who are troubling you, and wishing to turn about the glad tidings to you, 8 contrary to what we announced a messenger from heaven should announce glad tidings to you, contrary to what we announced to you, accursed let him be. 9 As we before said, even now again I say: If any one you addresses with good tidings contrary to what you received, accursed let him be. 10 Now for men do I obey, or the God? or do I seek men to please? if for still men I pleased, of Anointed a slave not I should be. 11 I make known but to you, brethren, the glad tidings the having been announced by me, that not is according to man; 12 neither for I from man received it nor was I taught, but through a revelation of Jesus Anointed. 13 You heard for the my conduct formerly when in the Jewish religion, that exceedingly I persecuted the congregation of the God, and ravaged her; 14 and made progress in the Jewish religion beyond many of the same age among the race of me more earnestly a zealot being of the fathers of me traditions. 15 When but it pleased the God, that having set apart me from womb of mother of me, and having called through the favor of himself, 16 to reveal the son of himself to me, so that I might announce him to the nations; immediately, not I consulted with flesh and blood, 17 nor I went up to Jerusalem to those before me apostles, but I went into Arabia, and again returned to Damascus. 18 Then after years three I went up to Jerusalem, to visit Peter, and I remained with him days fifteen; 19 other but of the apostles not I saw, if not James the brother of the Lord. 20 (What now I write to you, lo in presence of the God, that not I am speaking falsely.) 21 Then I went into the regions of the Syria and of the Cilicia; 22 I was but being unknown by the face to the congregation of the Judea those in Anointed; 23 only but hearing they were: That the one persecuting us once, now proclaims as glad tidings the faith which once he was laying waste; 24 and they were glorifying in me the God.
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