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Hebrews 13:1 James 1:27

1 Let 1abrotherly love 2continue.

2 Do not forget ahospitality, for through this some, without knowing it, have bentertained angels.

3 1Remember those who are imprisoned as bound with them, those who are aill treated as being yourselves also likewise treated in body.

4 Let 1marriage be held in honor 2among all, and the bed undefiled; for afornicators and adulterers God will 3bjudge.

5 Let your way of life be without the 1alove of money, being bsatisfied with the things which are at hand; for He Himself has said, c"I shall by no means give you up, neither by any means shall I abandon you'';

6 So that being of good courage, we say, a"The Lord is my Helper, and I will not fear. What shall man do to me?''

7 1Remember the ones aleading you, who have bspoken to you the word of God; and considering the issue of their cmanner of life, dimitate their faith.


8 1Jesus Christ is the asame yesterday and today, yes, even forever.

9 Do not be acarried away by 1bvarious strange teachings, for it is good for the heart to be 2confirmed by cgrace, not by the 3dfood of sacrifices, by which those who walk were not profited.

10 We have an 1altar from which they who are serving the tabernacle have no right to aeat.

11 For the 1abodies of those animals whose bblood is brought into the Holy of Holies for sin by the high priest are burned up outside the camp.

12 Therefore also Jesus, that He might 1asanctify the people through His own 2bblood, suffered coutside the 3gate.

13 Let us therefore go forth aunto Him 1boutside the 2camp, bearing His creproach.

14 For we do not have here a 1aremaining city, but 2we bseek after the cone to come.

15 1Through Him then let us aoffer up a sacrifice of bpraise continually to God, that is, the cfruit of lips dconfessing His name.


16 But do not forget doing good and 1asharing with others, for with such bsacrifices God is well pleased.

17 1Obey the ones aleading you and bsubmit to them, for they cwatch over your souls as those who will render an account, that they may do this with joy and not groaning; for this would be unprofitable to you.

18 1aPray for us, for we are persuaded that we have a bgood conscience, desiring in all things to conduct ourselves honorably.

19 And I exhort you much more to do this that I may be restored to you more quickly.


20 Now the aGod of peace, He who bbrought up from the dead our Lord Jesus, the great cShepherd of the 1dsheep, in the eblood of an 2eternal fcovenant,

21 aPerfect you in every bgood work for the doing of His cwill, 1doing din us that which is well epleasing in His sight through Jesus Christ; to Him be the fglory forever and ever. Amen.

22 Now I beseech you, brothers, 1bear with the word of this aexhortation; for indeed I have written to you in few words.

23 Know that our brother 1aTimothy has been released, with whom, if he comes soon, I will see you.

24 1Greet all the ones aleading you and all the saints. Those from Italy greet you.

25 1aGrace be with you all. Amen.


CHAPTER 1

1 1James, a aslave of God and of the 2Lord Jesus Christ, to the 3twelve btribes in the 4cdispersion: 5Rejoice!


2 Count it all ajoy, my bbrothers, whenever you fall into various 1ctrials,

3 Knowing that the aproving of your 1faith works out bendurance.

4 And let aendurance have its perfect work that you may be 1bperfect and entire, lacking in nothing.

5 But if any one of you lacks 1awisdom, let him 2bask of God, who gives to all 3liberally and does 4not reproach, and it will be given to him.

6 But let him ask in afaith, 1bdoubting nothing, for he who 1doubts is like the surge of the csea, driven by the dwind and tossed about.

7 For that man must not suppose that he will receive anything from the Lord;

8 He is a 1adouble-souled man, unstable in all his ways.

9 And let the lowly brother 1boast in his 2aexaltation,

10 And the 1rich in his being brought low, because like a aflower of the grass he will bpass away.

11 For the 1sun rises with its 2scorching heat and withers the agrass, and its flower falls off, and the bbeauty of its appearance is destroyed; so also the 3crich man will fade away in his pursuits.

12 aBlessed is the man who endures 1trial, because when he has become 2approved by testing, he will receive the 3bcrown of 4life, which He cpromised to those who 5dlove Him.


13 Let no one say when he is 1atempted, I am tempted 2of God; for God 3cannot be tempted of evil, and He Himself 4tempts no one.

14 But each one is tempted when he is drawn away and enticed by his own alusts;

15 Then the lust, having conceived, 1gives birth to sin; and the sin, when it is fully grown, brings forth adeath.

16 Do not be deceived, my beloved brothers.

17 All good 1giving and every perfect 1agift is from babove, coming down from the 2Father of lights, with whom is no 3cvariation or shadow cast by turning.

18 He 1abrought us forth by the 2word of btruth, 3purposing that we might be a kind of 4cfirstfruits of His creatures.


19 1You know this, my beloved brothers; but let every man be quick to hear, 2slow to aspeak, slow to bwrath;

20 For the 1wrath of man does not accomplish the righteousness of God.

21 Therefore aputting away all bfilthiness and the abundance of malice, receive in cmeekness the 1implanted dword, which is able to 2save your souls.

22 And become adoers of the word and not bhearers only, who cdelude themselves.

23 Because if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a adoer, this one is like a man considering in a bmirror the face he was born with;

24 For he considers himself and goes away, and immediately forgets what kind of person he is.

25 But he who 1looks into the 2perfect law, the alaw of bfreedom, and continues in it, becoming not a forgetful hearer but a doer of the work, this one will be cblessed in his doing.

26 If anyone thinks himself to be 1religious and yet does 2not bridle his atongue but bdeceives his heart, this one's 1religion is vain.

27 This is pure and undefiled religion before our God and Father: to visit 1aorphans and widows in their affliction and to keep oneself 2unspotted from the 3world.