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Identifier: ofou00newynewtestamentrich
Title: The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Translated from the Latin Vulgate: and diligently compared with the original Greek
Year: 1850 (1850s)
Subjects: Bible
Publisher: New York, Hewett & Spooner
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive

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setnblv a man Y brethren, havenot the faith of ourjjord Jnsus Christof glory f witli re-spect of persons. 2 For if there come into your as- trold rini:, in fine Chii|i, I, Calhotic. This Epistle is called Catlwlir oi- Universal, because it is not wriliuii to any (nie pailii--ular churcli orconsregatinn : but to the faithlu! in general. * Ver. 18. Some hfginnitig ; that is, a Icinii (if T his niMiniis. 1 Chap. II, Ver. 1. Willi rexpent n/persons. The incaniiiL i>-, iliai \u mailers lelaiiiij in lailh, ihe ailminis-teriij; of the aaciiimenlf,aiul oilier spiritual funfiions in (Joil.<) church, there shall be iik ;r?/(er/o/;)crsoH.« ; butthat tliu souls of the poor should be us much lejarded as lliose of llie rich.

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ST. JAMES. apparel, and there come in also a poor man faitli, and I have works : shew me thy faithin mean attire, withont works; and I will shew thee ni} 3 And you have respect to him that is faitli by works. clothed with the fine apparel, and say to i 19 Thou believest that there is onehim: Sit thou here in a good place: and ! God: thou dost well: the devils also be-say to the poor man: Stand thou there, or | lieve and tremble,sit under ray footstool: | 20 But wilt tiiou know, O vain man, that 4 Do you not judge within yourselves, j faith without works is dead? and are become judges of unjust 21 Was not Abraham our father justifi-thouohts 1 ed by works, offering up Isaac his son upon 5 Hearken, my dearest brethren; hathnot God chosen the poor of this world, richin faith, and heirs of the kingdom whichGod h.ath promised to them that love him? 6 But you have dishonoured the poorman. Do not the rich oppress you by the altar? 22 Seest thou that faith did co-operatewith his works; and by

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bookid:ofou00newynewtestamentrich bookyear:1850 bookdecade:1850 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Bible bookpublisher:New_York__Hewett___Spooner bookcontributor:University_of_California_Libraries booksponsor:Internet_Archive bookleafnumber:362 bookcollection:cdl bookcollection:americana

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