Monthly Archives: January 2018

A Transgressor of the Law James 2:11

As James continued to share why it was important for the people within the “twelve tribes scattered abroad” to not have “respect of persons”, he told them having “respect of persons” was sin and referred to the breaking of God’s … Continue reading

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Guilty if Offend in One Point James 2:10

As James shared with the people who belonged to “the twelve tribes scattered abroad”, he addressed “respect of persons” within their “assemblies”. There was a tendency to promote and advance those who were “rich” and put down those who were … Continue reading

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Transgression by Respecting Persons James 2:9

James, the “servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ”, told the people who belonged to “the twelve tribes scattered abroad” not to have “respect of persons”. He shared how they did “well” if they “fulfill the royal law … Continue reading

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Love Your Neighbor James 2:8

James, while writing as the “servant of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ”, stated that his readers were not to have “respect to persons”. He called their attention through questions as to the manner in which “rich men” handled … Continue reading

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Blaspheming that Worthy Name James 2:7

James, the “servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ”, told the members of “the twelve tribes scattered abroad” not to give preferential treatment to “rich” men over “poor”. He question them about the wealthy oppressing the “poor” and … Continue reading

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Rich Men’s Oppression James 2:6

The “twelve tribes scattered abroad” were directed by James, “the servant of God and the Lord Jesus Christ” not to give preferential treatment to “rich men” while neglecting and putting down the “poor”. If they did, they would have forgotten … Continue reading

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The Poor Rich in Faith James 2:5

As James continued to exhort his readers concerning preferential treatment of those who were wealthy over those with meager means, he didn’t want them to be “partial in” themselves and “judges of evil thoughts”. In chapter two and verse five … Continue reading

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