Aramaic Bible in Plain English
1My brethren, if any of you should be overtaken by a fault, you who are in The Spirit should restore him in the spirit of humility, and be cautious lest you also be tempted. 2And bear the burdens of one another, for in this way you fulfill the law of The Messiah. 3For if a man thinks he is something when he is not, he deceives himself. 4But a man should prove his work and then he will have pride in himself and not in others. 5For every person will carry his own luggage.
6And let him who hears the word share in all good things with him who preaches to him. 7Do not err; God is not put to shame, for anything that a man sows he reaps. 8Whoever sows to the flesh reaps destruction from the flesh, and whoever sows to The Spirit shall reap eternal life from The Spirit. 9And when we do what is good, let it not be tedious to us, for there shall be a time when we reap, and that will not be tedious to us. 10Now therefore, while we have time, let us do good to every person, especially to the members of the household of faith.
11Behold, I have written these writings to you with my hand. 12Those who wish to boast in the flesh urge you to be circumcised only so that they would not be persecuted for the crucifixion of The Messiah. 13Not even those who are circumcised keep The Written Law, but they want you to be circumcised so that they may take pride in your flesh. 14But let it not be for me to take pride except in the crucifixion of Our Lord Yeshua The Messiah, in whom the universe has been crucified to me, and I have been crucified to the universe. 15For the circumcision is not anything*, neither is uncircumcision; only the new creation.
16And those who agree to this path shall have peace and affection upon them and upon the Israel* of God.
17A person therefore shall not put trouble upon me, for I have received* the scars of Our Lord Yeshua in my body.
18The grace of Our Lord Yeshua The Messiah is with your spirit, my brethren. Amen.