6 Brothers, if anyone is caught in any fault, you who are spiritual, restore him with a spirit of meekness, considering yourself, lest you also be tempted.
2 Bear one another's burdens, and thus fulfill the law of Christ.
3 Because he who believes himself to be something, being nothing, deceives himself.
4 So, let each one put his own work to the test, and then he will have reason to glory only with respect to himself, and not in another;
5 because each one will carry their own load.
Jesus always taught his disciples biblical principles to enrich the kingdom of God on earth. He taught us to be truly free and to use freedom to do good. But it also gave us guidelines about the need to help each other.
Jesus knew that not all of us were capable of having the same maturity, because we were going to meet weak brothers who needed to be restored as He would have done meekly.
All of us carry our own burdens but we are called by God to also carry those of the other brothers together, since we are a body in Christ.
We also act in different ways although we serve the same Christ, everything will depend on spiritual maturity and the search for God.
In that sense, the Lord urges us to consider himself with respect to the actions of some weak brothers in the faith, he tells us to restore him if they are caught in any fault.
Brothers, we should not have a high concept of ourselves since the Bible tells us in Romans 12: 3 3 I say, therefore, by the grace that is given to me, to everyone who is among you, to have no higher concept of self. than he must have. Therefore we are all prone to commit faults in the Lord, so we should not have self-centeredness, but rather humility to help the brother when necessary, because we do not know when we also need help to get up.