James concentrateJa 1Count it ? All joy when you fall in diverse temptations Knowing this ? That the trying of your faith works patience But let patience? Have her perfect work that you may be perfect and entire wanting nothing If any of you ? Lack wisdom let his ask of God that gives to all men liberally and upbraideth not and it shall be given him Upbraideth meaning ? To find fault or reproach severely But let him ask ? In faith nothing wavering For he that wavereth ? Is like the waves of the sea driven of the wind and tossed For let not ? That men think that he shall receive anything of the Lord A double ? Minded men is unstable in all his ways Let the brother of low ?
Degree rejoice that he is exalted Blessed he the men that endures? Temptation for when he is tried he shall receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to them that love him Let no men say ? When he is tempted I am tempted of God For God cannot ? Be tempted with evil neither tempts he any men But every men ? Is tempted when he is drawn away of his own list and enticed When lust has conceived ? It brings forth sinAnd sin when it is finished ? Brings forth death Every good gift? And perfect gift comes from above And comes down ? From the father of lights with whom is no variableness neither shadow of turning Of his own will? Begat he us with the word of truth That we should be ? A kind of first fruits of his creatures Let every men ? Be swift to hear slow to speak slow to wrath For the wrath of men? Works not the righteousness of God Lay apart ? All filthiness and superfluity of naughtiness And receive with meekness ? The engrafted word which is able to save your soulsBe you ? Doers of the word and not hearers only deceiving your own selves For if any be a hearer ? Of the word and not a doer he is like he is like unto a men beholding his natural face in a glass For he beholds ? Himself and goes his way and forgets what manner of men he wasBut he that looks ? Unto the perfect law of liberty and continues He being not ? A forgetful hearer but a doer of the wordThis men ? Shall be blessed in his deed If any men among you seem to be religious? And bridleth not his tongue but deceives his own heart this men s religion is vain Pure religion is this ? Visit fatherless widows and keep unspotted from the world Ja CH 2Have not the faith ?
Of our Lord with respect of persons And say to the poor ? Stand you there Are you not ? Then partial in yourselves and are become judges of evil thoughts Has not God chosen the? Poor of this world rich in faith And ? Heirs of the kingdom which he has promised to them that love himBut if you have? Respect to persons you commit sin and are convinced of the law as transgressors Whosoever? Keep the whole law and transgress in one point is guilty of all So speak and do you ? As they that shall be judged by the law of liberty For he shall have ? Judgment without mercy that has shown no mercy And mercy ? Rejoices against judgment Even so faith ? If it has not works is dead being alone You believe there is one God ? You do well the devil's also believe and tremble Was not Abraham ? Our father justified by works When he had ? Offered Isaac his son upon the altar See you how ? Faith wrought with his works and by works was faith made perfect For as the body without the spirit is dead so faith without works is dead also Ja ch 3Be not ? Many masters Knowing ? That we shall receive the greater condemnation For in? Many things we offend allIf any men? Offend not in word the same is a perfect men And ? Able also to bridle the whole body Behold we put ? Bits in the horses mouth that they may obey us And we turn ? About their whole body Behold also ? The ships which though they be so great and are driven of fierce winds Yet ? They are turned about with a very small helm whithersoever the governor lists Even so ? The tongue is a little member and boasts great things How great a matter? A little fire kindlesAnd the tongue ? Is a fire a world of iniquity so is the tongue among our members It ? Defiles the whole body and sets on fire the course of nature and is set on fire of hell But every kind of? Beasts has been tamed of mankind But the tongue ? Can no men tame it is an unruly evil full of deadly poison Therewith? Bless we God and curse we men which are made after the similitude of God Out of the same mouth? Proceeds blessings and cursings These things ? Ought not to be Does a fountain ?
Send forth at the same time sweet water and bitterSo can no fountain ? Both yield salt water and fresh This wisdom ? Descends not from above it is earthly sensual develishFor where envying and strife is ? There is confusion and every evil work The wisdom that is from above ? Is first pure then peaceable gentle and easy to be entreated Full of mercy ? And good fruits without partiality and without hypocrisy And the fruit of ? Righteousness is sown in peace of them that make peace Ja ch 4From whence ? Comes wars and fightings among you Come they ? Not of your lusts that war in your members You lust ? And have not you kill and desire to have and cannot obtainYou fight and war? Yet you have not because you ask not You ask and receive not ? Because you ask amiss that you may consume it upon your lusts The friendship of the world ? Is enmity with God Whosoever therefore ? Will.be a friend of the word is the enemy of God Do you think that the scripture says in vain ? The Spirit that dwells in us lusts to envy But he gives ? More grace God resists the proud and gives grace to the humble Draw nigh? To God and he will draw nigh to you Cleanse your hands ? You sinners and purity your hearts you double minded Be afflicted ? And mourn and weep. Let your laughter be turned into mourning and your joy to heaviness Speak not evil ? One of another He that speaks evil of his brother and judges his brother speaks evil of the law and judges the law If you judge the law ? You are not a doer of the law but a judge There is one lawgiver ? Who is able to save and to destroy Who are you? That judges anotherYou know not what shall be ? On the morrow For what is your life ? It is even a vapour that appears for a little time and then vanishes away You ought to say ? If the Lord will we shall do this or that But now you rejoice ? In your boasting such rejoicing is evil To him that knows ? To do good and does it not to him it is sin Ja CH 5The hire? Of the labourers which have reaped down your fieldsWhich is of you ? Kept back by fraud The cries ? Of them which have reaped have entered into the ears of the Lord of sabbaothYou have lived ? In pleasure on the earth and have been wanton and have nourished your hearts as in a day of slaughter You have condemned ? And killed the just and he does not resist you Be patient ? Until the coming of the Lord The husbandmen! Waits for tbe precious fruit of the earth and has long patience for it Until ?
He receives the early and later rainBe ye so patient ? Stablish your hearts for the coming of the lord draws nigh Grudge ? No one against another lest you be condemned The judge ? Stands before the door Take the prophets ? Who has e spoken in the bale of the lord for an example of suffering affliction and of patience We count them ? Happy that endure you have heard of the patience of job and have seen the end of the lord That the? Lord is very pitiful and of tender mercyIs any among you afflicted? Let him pray Is any merry? Let him sing psalmsIs any sick ? Among you let him call for the elders The prayer of faith ? Shall save the sickConfess your faults? One to another and pray one for another that you lay be healed The effectual ? Fervent prayer of a righteous men avails much Elias was? A men subject to like passions like as we areAnd it rained not ? On the earth for the space of three years and six months He which converts? The sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death and hide a multitude of sins