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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Galatians 5:10


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    King James Bible - Galatians 5:10

    I have confidence in you through the Lord, that ye will be none otherwise minded: but he that troubleth you shall bear his judgment, whosoever he be.

    World English Bible

    I have confidence toward you in the Lord that you will think no other way. But he who troubles you will
    bear his judgment, whoever he is.

    Douay-Rheims - Galatians 5:10

    I have confidence in you in the Lord: that you will not be of another mind: but he that troubleth you, shall
    bear the judgment, whosoever he be.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    I have confidence in you through the Lord, that ye will be no otherwise minded: but he that troubleth you shall
    bear his judgment, whoever he may be.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    εγω
    1473 πεποιθα 3982 5754 εις 1519 υμας 5209 εν 1722 κυριω 2962 οτι 3754 ουδεν 3762 αλλο 243 φρονησετε 5426 5692 ο 3588 δε 1161 ταρασσων 5015 5723 υμας 5209 βαστασει 941 5692 το 3588 κριμα 2917 οστις 3748 αν 302 η 5600 5753

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    VERSE (10) -
    Ga 4:11,20 2Co 1:15; 2:3; 7:16; 8:22 2Th 3:4 Phm 1:21

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:10

    Yo confío de vosotros en el Seor, que ninguna otra cosa sentiris; mas el que os inquieta, llevar el juicio, quienquiera que l sea.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Galatians 5:10

    Verse 10. I have
    confidence in you] I now feel a persuasion from the Lord that I shall not be permitted to expostulate with you in vain; that ye will be none otherwise minded - that ye will be aware of the danger to which ye are exposed, that ye will retreat in time, and recover the grace which ye have lost.

    But he that troubleth you] The false teacher, who sowed doubtful disputations among you, and thus has troubled the repose of the whole Church, shall bear his judgment - shall meet with the punishment he deserves, for having sown his tares among God's wheat.


    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 10. I have confidence in you through the Lord , etc..] Though the apostle had said many things which carried in them the appearance of roughness and severity, yet he still entertained hopes of them that they were not so far gone, but that they might be brought back again; and he here expresses his confidence of it. This confidence in them is not of faith, for no trust is to be put in men; no, not in the best; but of charity, or love, which hopes all things, and believes all things; and which proceeded upon a thorough persuasion he had, that there was some good thing in them; and therefore was confident, that he that had begun the good work would perform it, and not suffer them to be carried away finally and totally with the error of the wicked: and this confidence he had through the Lord; either through the Spirit of the Lord, whose office it is to lead into all truth, as it is in Jesus; and who had suggested this to the apostle, and possessed him of this confidence; so that it was not a conjecture and fancy of his, but an intimation from the Spirit of the Lord: or through the Lord Jesus Christ, or in the Lord, Christ, as the phrase may be rendered; that is, on account of their being in Christ, which the apostle hoped and believed; where they were safe and secure from a final and total seduction; he was confident, that whatever they might seem to be now, things would take a different turn in time: that you will be none otherwise minded ; than he was, and they formerly were, when the Gospel was first preached to them, and embraced by them; and particularly in the doctrine of justification by the righteousness of Christ which was the doctrine then called in question, and in debate: but he that troubleth you ; he seems to have respect to some particular person, who was the principal of the false teachers, and most famous for his learning, knowledge, gifts, and abilities; and who had done, and was likely to do, the most mischief among them; and was a troubler of God's Israel, and of the pure waters of the sanctuary; he unsettled their minds, and caused them to halt between two, Moses and Christ, law and Gospel, and the doctrines of justification by works, and by the righteousness of Christ; the one being what gave true solid peace and comfort, the other introduced confusion, distress, and fears: the apostle threatens him, and declares that he shall bear his judgment ; or condemnation, or damnation, his punishment in this, or the other world; for the judgment, or condemnation, of such that bring in damnable harasses, and pernicious errors, lingereth not, will not be long delayed; and their damnation slumbereth not, but in a little time will seize upon them; when as they have rejected Christ as a sin bearing and atoning Saviour, and his righteousness as the justifying one, they will, agreeably to their own doctrine, be left to bear their punishment themselves, which will be intolerable, and to all eternity; nor shall any escape it, whosoever he be ; though ever so knowing and learned, and let his parts and abilities be what they will; or he be ever so famous among men, and cried up as a most excellent preacher.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 7-12 - The
    life of a Christian is a race, wherein he must run, and hold on, i he would obtain the prize. It is not enough that we profes Christianity, but we must run well, by living up to that profession Many who set out fairly in religion, are hindered in their progress, or turn out of the way. It concerns those who begin to turn out of the way, or to tire in it, seriously to inquire what hinders them. The opinion or persuasion, ver. #(8), was, no doubt, that of mixing the works of the law with faith in Christ in justification. The apostl leaves them to judge whence it must arise, but sufficiently shows tha it could be owing to none but Satan. It is dangerous for Christia churches to encourage those who follow, but especially who spread destructive errors. And in reproving sin and error, we should alway distinguish between the leaders and the led. The Jews were offended because Christ was preached as the only salvation for sinners. If Pau and others would have admitted that the observance of the law of Mose was to be joined with faith in Christ, as necessary to salvation, the believers might have avoided many of the sufferings they underwent. The first beginnings of such leaven should be opposed. And assuredly thos who persist in disturbing the church of Christ must bear their judgment.


    Greek Textus Receptus


    εγω
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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    10. In the
    Lord. Const. with I have confidence.

    Will be - minded (fronhsete). The word denotes a general disposition of the mind rather than a specific act of thought directed at a given point. Comp. Philip. iii. 15, 19; iv. 2; Rom. viii. 5; xi. 20; 1 Cor. xiii. 11: and fronhma mind, Rom. viii. 6, 7, 27. In Class. often with eu well, kalwv honorably, ojrqwv rightly, kakwv mischievously. Ta tinov fronein is to be of one's party.

    He that troubleth (o arasswn). Comp. chapter i. 7. Not with reference to any particular individual, as Peter or James (Lipsius), but generally, of any possible person, "whoever he may be." The verb is used by Paul only in this Epistle, and refers to disturbance of faith or unity.


    Robertson's NT Word Studies

    5:10 {Whosoever he be} (hostis ean ei). Indefinite relative clause with ean and subjunctive. It seems unlikely that Paul knew precisely who the leader was. In #1:6 he uses the plural of the same verb tarassw and see also anastatountes in verse #12.


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