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Galatians 6:2-5 ALT
(2) Be bearing the burdens of one another, and in this way fill up [or, fig., obey] the law of Christ. (3) For if anyone considers [himself] to be something-being nothing [or, when he is nothing]-he deceives himself. (4) But let each [person] be examining his own work, and then he will have with respect to himself alone the [grounds for] boasting and not with respect to the other [person]. (5) For each will bear his own load.

Galatians 6:2-5 CEV
(2) You obey the law of Christ when you offer each other a helping hand. (3) If you think you are better than others, when you really aren't, you are wrong. (4) Do your own work well, and then you will have something to be proud of. But don't compare yourself with others. (5) We each must carry our own load.

Galatians 6:2-5 NWT
. . .Go on carrying the burdens of one another, and thus fulfill the law of the Christ. 3 For if anyone thinks he is something when he is nothing, he is deceiving his own mind. 4 But let each one prove what his own work is, and then he will have cause for exultation in regard to himself alone, and not in comparison with the other person. 5 For each one will carry his own load.

Galatians 6:2-5 Darby
(2) Bear one another's burdens, and thus fulfil the law of the Christ. (3) For if any man reputes himself to be something, being nothing, he deceives himself; (4) but let each prove his own work, and then he will have his boast in what belongs to himself alone, and not in what belongs to another. (5) For each shall bear his own burden.

Galatians 6:2-5 GW
(2) Help carry each other's burdens. In this way you will follow Christ's teachings. (3) So if any one of you thinks you're important when you're really not, you're only fooling yourself. (4) Each of you must examine your own actions. Then you can be proud of your own accomplishments without comparing yourself to others. (5) Assume your own responsibility.

Galatians 6:2-5 GNB
(2) Help carry one another's burdens, and in this way you will obey the law of Christ. (3) If you think you are something when you really are nothing, you are only deceiving yourself. (4) You should each judge your own conduct. If it is good, then you can be proud of what you yourself have done, without having to compare it with what someone else has done. (5) For each of you have to carry your own load.

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The Translations we quote are:

ALT - Analytical Literal Translation

ASV - American Standard Version (by the American revision committee in 1897).

Darby - 1889 Darby Bible

DRB - 1899 Douay-Rheims Bible

BBE - 1965 Bible in Basic English

LITV - Literal Translation of the Holy Bible

KJV - King James Version

MKJV - Modern King James Version

NWT - New World Translation

Webster - 1833 Webster Bible

RV - Revised Version

YLT - Young's Literal Translation