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New Testament Revision 2

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Page 142 (second numbering)
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James, Chapter 1
Epistle of James
Chaper -[1]-
Verse 2d— many afflictions
4th— its
12th— Resisteth
21st.— Aside
27th Vices of
James, Chapter 2
Chapter -[2d]-
Verse 1st My breatheren, ye cannot have the faith of our Lord Jesus christ, an the Lord of glory, and yet have respect to persons
" 2nd Now
" 4th Are ye not then in yourselves partial judges, and become evil in your thoughts?
" 10th For whosoever shall, save in one point, keep the whole law, he is guilty of all.
" 14th What profit is it to any man my breatheren to <​say​> he has hath faith and hath not works can faith save him
" 18th Yea there are some who say will say concerning me thou sayest thou hast faith and works and I have faith without works, but I will say shew me thy faith without <​thy​> works and I will shew thee my faith by my works
14 " 14th What profit is it, my breatheren, for a man to say he hath faith, and hath not works? can faith save him? Yea, a man may say, I will shew thee I have faith without works; but I say, shew me thy faith without works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works. For if a brother or sister be naked, or <​and​> destitute, and one of you say, Depart in peace, be warmed and filled; notwithstanding he give not those things which are needfull to <​for​> the body, what profit is your body faith unto such? even so, faith if <​it​> have not works it is dead beng alone. Therefore wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead, and cannot save you? Thou beleivest there is one God, thou doest well, the Devils also beleive and tremble, thou hast made thyself like unto them, not being justified. Was not Abraham our father justified by works [p. 142 (second numbering)]
James, Chapter 1
Epistle of James
Chaper -[1]-
Verse 2d— many afflictions
4th— its
12th— Resisteth
21st.— Aside
27th Vices of
James, Chapter 2
Chapter -[2d]-
Verse 1st My breatheren, ye cannot have the faith of our Lord Jesus christ, the Lord of glory, and yet have respect to persons
" 2nd Now
" 4th Are ye not then in yourselves partial judges, and become evil in your thoughts?
" 10th For whosoever shall, save in one point, keep the whole law, he is guilty of all.
"
" 14th What profit is it, my breatheren, for a man to say he hath faith, and hath not works? can faith save him? Yea, a man may say, I will shew thee I have faith without works; but I say, shew me thy faith without works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works. For if a brother or sister be naked, and destitute, and one of you say, Depart in peace, be warmed and filled; notwithstanding he give not those things which are needfull the body, what profit is your faith unto such? even so, faith if it have not works it is dead beng alone. Therefore wilt thou know, O vain man, that faith without works is dead, and cannot save you? Thou beleivest there is one God, thou doest well, the Devils also beleive and tremble, thou hast made thyself like unto them, not being justified. Was not Abraham our father justified by works [p. 142 (second numbering)]
Page 142 (second numbering)