Galatians 6:3-5

Leviticus 4

3 If anyone thinks he is something when he is nothing, he deceives himself. 4 Each one should test his own actions. Then he can take pride in himself, without comparing himself to somebody else, 5 for each one should carry his own load.

4 responses to “Galatians 6:3-5

  1. No one should be telling you something that you arent. If they are filling your head with hot air then we are actually somebody that were not just someone that they made us into. We need to see things with our own eyes instead of people telling us what they see in us because sometimes it is’nt always the truth.

  2. in our walk with God, we really need to watch how we carry ourselves..not because people are watching but just to prove to ourselves and God that the relationship between us and Him is real..we also need to watch how prideful we can be..if we show too much pride or carry to much pride on ourselves, then we kinda start drifting away from God because we are too worried about ourselves..at times, its hard for me to not compare myself to other people but when i think about it, i realize that everyone is different and everyone has a different relationship with God..we need to stop focusing on other people’s relationships with God and focus on our own because if we start to drift away and worry about other people, our relationship with Christ will slowly start dying.

  3. on my phone in norfolk….see if this works. we have two tasks in this passage. to bear others burdens as Christ would and show the love of christ, and to look to Christ as a source of strength so that we can bear our own trials.

    God will never ask something of us that we can’t handle…so when we are tested we need to look to God to see what grace He is offering.

  4. When we look out for others above ourselves we benefit more from it. If we are judging others and have pride in ourselves we are just hurting ourselves and those involved.

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