The Trials Are Nessarary
James 1:2-15 the Epistle of James
Verse 2-4 (2) My brethren, count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations; (3) knowing this, that trying of your faith worketh patience. (4) But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. ( KJV )
Here you’ll find there are three prominent people in the bible by the name of James, and their profiles are James the apostle, son of Alphaeus, James, the Apostle, son of Zebedee and James the oldest brother of Jesus and one of the twelve disciples according to studying and researching. He is first mentioned in Matt13:55.
This James was recognized as leading Overseer of the Judean Church (Acts 12:17, Galatians 1:19) and as commonly regarded as the writer of this epistle. James is addressed to the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad and to “All of God’s people, scattered over the whole world”
…show more content… James is known as a Christian with wisdom, good works for pure religion and has the characteristics of true faith. James helps the readers to evaluate the quality of their relationship to Christ, He challenge every believer to examine our attitudes and actions that produces real faith that changes our conduct and character.
(Halley bible handbook pg. 657), ( The Open Bible ) (Strong’s Vine’s Concise Dictionary) (Good news bible)
• James uses many vivid figures of speech to present instructions regarding practical wisdom and guidance for Christian attitudes and conduct.
• He deals with a variety of topics such