COLLEGE OF THE OPEN BIBLE
Epistle of James Chapter 5 conclusion:
II. The Rich Unbeliever And Their Keeping - vs.4
III. The Rich Unbeliever And Their Heaping - vs.5,6
IV. The Rich Believer And Their Hope - vs.7,12
Seeing reality God's way takes a tremendous amount of discipline. It is the sense of worth that we gain from doing so that compels us to a habit of obedience regardless of what we see or don't see with our naked eye. We perceive that there is one reality that changes not: The Word of God.
Sincerely, Dr. Arthur Belanger
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Epistle of James Chapter Five Chapter five is hard-hitting on selfish rich people... while being rich is not a sin... selfishness is often the outcome of being rich.
It is interesting to note that not once in this section (vs. 1,-6) does James use the term brethren, until he gets to verse seven. He is dealing with wealthy, unsaved Jews who are mistreating impoverished Jews who slave for them. This is certain to bring God's judgment. He does, however, encourage the believers to focus on eternal glory.
I. The Rich Unbeliever Will Come To Weeping - vs.1
II. The Rich Unbeliever Will Come To Reaping - vs.2,3
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