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Etheridge < < Jakub / James 2 > > Murdock

1 It is not agreeable to Christian profession to regard the rich, and to despise the poor brethren: 13 rather we are to be loving and merciful: 14 and not to boast of faith where no deeds are, 17 which is but a dead faith, 19 the faith of devils, 21 not of Abraham, 25 and Rahab.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:1 Comment Online 2:1 My brethren, do not hold with acceptance of faces the faith of the glory of our Lord Jeshu Meshiha.

  

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:1 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:1 Comment Online 2:1 My brethren, hold ye not the faith of the glory of our Lord Jesus the Messiah, with a respect to persons.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:2 Comment Online 2:2 For if there come into your congregation a man who hath rings of gold or beautiful vestments, and there come in a poor man in sordid vestments,

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:2 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:2 Comment Online 2:2 For if there come into your assembly a man with rings of gold or splendid garments, and there come in a poor man in sordid garments;

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:3 Comment Online 2:3 and you look upon him who clothed in beautiful vestments, and say to him, Sit is here well; and you say to the poor man, Stand thou there, or, Sit thou here before the stool of our feet;

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:3 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:3 Comment Online 2:3 and ye show respect to him who is clothed in splendid garments, and say to him, Seat thyself here, conspicuously; while to the poor man, ye say, Stand thou there, or sit thou here before my footstool;

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:4 Comment Online 2:4 behold, are you not divided in yourselves, and become separaters for evil reasons?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:4 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:4 Comment Online 2:4 are ye not divided among yourselves, and become expositors of evil thoughts?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:5 Comment Online 2:5 Listen, my beloved brethren: Hath not Aloha chosen the poor of the world, but rich in faith, to be heirs in that kingdom which Aloha hath promised to them who love him?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:5 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:5 Comment Online 2:5 Hear, my beloved brethren; hath not God chosen the poor of the world, but the rich in faith, to be heirs in the kingdom which God hath promised to them that love him?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:6 Comment Online 2:6 But you have despised the poor. Behold, are not the rich uprisen against you? and do they not drag you to the house of judgment?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:6 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:6 Comment Online 2:6 But ye have despised the poor man. Do not rich men exalt themselves over you, and drag you before the tribunals?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:7 Comment Online 2:7 Do they not blaspheme against that Good Name which is pronounced upon you?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:7 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:7 Comment Online 2:7 Do they not revile that worthy name, which is invoked upon you?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:8 Comment Online 2:8 And if the law of Aloha in this you accomplish, as it is written, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, you do well;

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:8 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:8 Comment Online 2:8 And if in this ye fulfill the law of God, as it is written, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself, ye will do well:

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:9 Comment Online 2:9 but if you accept persons, you commit sin, and are convicted by the law as transgressors against the law.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:9 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:9 Comment Online 2:9 but if ye have respect of persons, ye commit sin; and ye are convicted by the law, as transgressors of the law.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:10 Comment Online 2:10 For he who keepeth the whole law, and in one offendeth, of the whole LAW he is guilty.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:10 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:10 Comment Online 2:10 For he that shall keep the whole law, and yet fail in one [precept], is obnoxious to the whole law.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:11 Comment Online 2:11 For he who hath said, Thou shalt not commit adultery, is he who hath said, Thou shalt not steal; but if thou do not commit adultery, yet steal, thou hast become a transgressor against the LAW.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:11 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:11 Comment Online 2:11 For he who said, Thou shalt not commit adultery, said also, Thou shalt not kill. If then thou commit no adultery, but thou killest, thou hast become a transgressor of the law.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:12 Comment Online 2:12 So speak and so act, as those who by the law of liberty are to be judged.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:12 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:12 Comment Online 2:12 So speak ye, and so act, as persons that are to be judged by the law of liberty.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:13 Comment Online 2:13 For judgment is to be without mercy, upon him who hath not done mercy. Be you exalted by mercy over judgment.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:13 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:13 Comment Online 2:13 For judgment without mercy shall be on him, who hath practised no mercy: by mercy, ye will be raised above judgment.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:14 Comment Online 2:14 ¶ WHAT is the use, my brethren, if a man say, I have faith, and works he hath not? How can his faith save him?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:14 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:14 Comment Online 2:14 What is the use, my brethren, if a man say, I have faith; and he hath no works? can his faith vivify him?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:15 Comment Online 2:15 And, if a brother or sister be naked, and wanting the food of to-day,

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:15 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:15 Comment Online 2:15 Or if a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food,

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:16 Comment Online 2:16 and any one of you shall say to them, Go in peace, be warm, and be satisfied, and give them not what is necessary for the body, what (would be) the use?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:16 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:16 Comment Online 2:16 and one of you say to them, Go in peace, warm yourselves, and be full; and ye give them not the necessaries of the body, what is the use?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:17 Comment Online 2:17 Thus also the faith that hath not works is dead, (being) alone.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:17 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:17 Comment Online 2:17 So also faith alone, without works, is dead.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:18 Comment Online 2:18 For a man saith, Thou hast faith, and I have works; show me thy faith without thy works, and I will show thee my faith from my works.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:18 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:18 Comment Online 2:18 For a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works; show to me thy faith that is without works; and I will show to thee, my faith by my works.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:19 Comment Online 2:19 Thou believest that Aloha is one: thou doest well; the demons also believe and tremble.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:19 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:19 Comment Online 2:19 Thou believest that there is one God; thou dost well; the demons also believe, and tremble.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:20 Comment Online 2:20 Art thou willing to know, O weak man, that faith without works is dead?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:20 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:20 Comment Online 2:20 Wouldst thou know, O frail man, that faith without works is dead?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:21 Comment Online 2:21 Our father Abraham, was he not by works justified, when he offered Ishok his son on the altar?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:21 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:21 Comment Online 2:21 Abraham our father, was not he justified by works, in offering his son Isaac upon the altar?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:22 Comment Online 2:22 Thou seest that his faith was helpful unto his works; and by works his faith was perfected,

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:22 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:22 Comment Online 2:22 Seest thou, that his faith aided his works; and that by the works his faith was rendered complete?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:23 Comment Online 2:23 and the scripture was accomplished which said, that Abraham believed in Aloha, and it was reckoned unto him for righteousness, and the friend of Aloha he was called.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:23 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:23 Comment Online 2:23 And the scripture was fulfilled, which saith: Abraham believed in God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness, and he was called the Friend of God.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:24 Comment Online 2:24 Thou seest that by works man is justified, and not by faith alone.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:24 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:24 Comment Online 2:24 Thou seest, that by works a man is justified, and not by faith alone.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:25 Comment Online 2:25 So also Rachab the harlot, was she not by works justified when she received the spies, and by another way sent them forth?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:25 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:25 Comment Online 2:25 So also Rahab, the harlot, was not she justified by works, when she entertained the spies, and sent them forth by another way?

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:26 Comment Online 2:26 Thus, as the body without the spirit is dead, so also the faith which is without works is dead.

Peshitta Aramaic NT James 2:26 Strong's Concordance Numbers Cross ReferencePost My Notes on James 2:26 Comment Online 2:26 As the body without the spirit, is dead; so faith without works, is dead also.

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