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The Prayer Of Faith - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... if he have committed sins. they shall be forgiven him" (James 5:15). Without examining the various interpretations of this somewhat controversial passage, we merely note that one of the main ingredients of effective praying is faith....
Putting Away Childish Things - Article
Norman P. Spotts, D.D. - ... hence, even of your lusts that war in your members?” (James 4:1). Due to a lack of discernment, children are not always aware of danger. Even so with adults, “know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God?”...
Treasures of Wisdom and Knowledge - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - the unsaved mind is “earthly, sensual, devilish” (James 3:15). Thankfully, “the wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, and easy to be intreated, full of mercy and good fruits, without partiality, and...
My Savior Makes Me Whole - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... righteousness: and he was called the Friend of God” (James 2:23). Christ taught His disciples that He would soon die, but they didn’t believe. Jesus taught them that “greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down...
Acts 15:15: words of the prophets - Study Note
... words of the prophets. James specifically quotes Amos 9:11 here, but then paraphrases and extends Amos 9:12 beyond the original meaning of the prophet himself (although, James’ use of it follows the Septuagint translation to some...
James 5:15
... the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven...
James 5:15: sick - Study Note
... this verse is different from both “afflicted” in James 5:13 and “sick” in James 5:14. Used elsewhere only in Hebrews 12:3 and Revelation 2:3, it means “wearied.” In context, it must refer to the depression...
James 5:16: Confess your faults - Study Note
... is a different word than “sins” in James 5:15, which primarily refers to “offenses” or “trespasses.” It is used either for offenses against God or against fellow men. The latter are evidently meant...
Death Before Sin? - Article
James Stambaugh, M.DIV. - plants—"they wither and fade" (Isaiah 40:6-8; James 1:10) but plants never die. They have biological life, but not Biblical life. Men and animals could eat plant life without death, in Biblical terms, taking...
James 5:15: if - Study Note
... if. “If” here means “since.” The reason for the illness in such a case is unconfessed sin that has injured the church and its ministry. If the conditions have been met for healing, they will also have been met for...
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