|James: Works that Demonstrate your Faith
ames is a collection of proverbial sayings and stories in the form of aphorisms, a tersely phrased statements of a truth or opinion. James uses about sixty imperatives in his book. An imperative in the Greek language offers the reader/listener a place to make a decision. There is a similarity between James and the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospels (James 1.2 cp. Matthew 5.10-12; James 1.5-7 cp. Matthew 5.48). Some of the sayings in James have a resemblance to the wisdom found in Ecclesiasticus in the Apocrypha. [Winn Griffin. God’s EPIC Adventure Harmon Press. 279.]
Session 1. James: Works that Demonstrate your Faith
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