1Achim B'Moshiach, if indeed a man is overtaken in some averah, you ones with ruchniyus restore such a one in a spirit of anavah (meekness), watching out for yourself lest also you come under nisayon (temptation). 2Bear one another's burdens (TEHILLIM 55:23) and thus you will fulfill the Torah of Moshiach. 3For if anyone thinks himself to be something when he is nothing, he deceives himself. 4But let each man prove his own ma'aseh and then in his own ma'asim rather than in that of his re'a (neighbor) he will find kavod. 5For each man must bear his own load. 6And let the one being taught limudei kodesh (sacred studies) in the Kitvei HaKodesh share in all good things with his rabbinic moreh (2Ti3:14-15). 7Do not be led astray. Hashem is not mocked. For whatever a man sows, this also he will reap. 8For the one sowing to the basar of himself, of the basar will reap churban (destruction); but the one sowing to the Ruach HaKodesh, of the Ruach HaKodesh will reap Chayyei Olam. 9Now let us not lose chozek in doing Gemilut Chasadim, for BE'ITO ("in its season" TEHILLIM 1:3) we will reap, if we faint not. 10Therefore, then, as we have opportunity, we should do ma'asim tovim towards all, and especially towards the Bnei Beis HaEmunah. 11SEE WITH WHAT GROISE LETTERS I WROTE TO YOU WITH MY OWN HAND. 12As many as crave to be good preeners in the basar (Ro 2:29), these compel you (Goyim) to undergo bris milah; they (the mohalim of Goyim) do so only to avoid suffering redifah (persecution) for the Etz of Moshiach (DEVARIM 21:23). 13For not even those of the party of the bris milah are shomer mitzvot themselves; they (the mohalim of Goyim) want you (Goyim) to undergo bris milah for the purpose of boasting in your basar! 14But may it not be to me to boast, except in HaEtz HaMoshiach (DEVARIM 21:23) Yehoshua Adoneinu, through whom the Olam Hazeh has become nevelah talui al HaEtz (corpse hanging on the tree DEVARIM 21:23) to me, and I have become a nevelah talui al HaEtz (corpse hanging on the tree) to the Olam Hazeh. 15For neither bris milah is anything, nor fehlt (the lacking) of bris milah, but a Bri'a Chadasha (New Creation). 16And as many as stay in line with the Derech HaYashar (Straight Way) of these divrei torah, Shalom Hashem and Chesed Hashem be upon them, and upon the Yisroel of Hashem [See Ro 2:28-29]. 17For the rest, let no one give me any more tzoros; for I bear in my basar the chabburot haYehoshua (wounds, stripes of Yehoshua YESHAYEH 53:5). 18Achim B'Moshiach, the Chen v'Chesed Hashem of Rebbe, Melech HaMoshiach Yehoshua Adoneinu be with your neshamah. Omein.