Bible (STE) NT 20: (Jame

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Ape????eta? st?? d?de?a d?as???p?sµ??e? f???? t?? ?s?a?? ?a? se ????? ?s??? p?ste???? st? ???µa t?? ?????? µa? ??s?? ???st??.
???a? µ?a se??? p??t??p?? ?a? e??a????se?? , p?? s?et??eta? ?µesa µe t?? ep? ????? ?µ???a. ?p??e?t???eta? st? ?a a?a??p???se? t?? ???s?a ???ta?? p?st? ?a? st?? e??s??s? t?? µet????a? , t?? eµp?st?s????, t?? tape???s?? ?a? t?? a?t?????a???a?.
? ????? ????ß?? e??e e??e?e? ap? t??? ap?st????? ?? ? p??t?? a???ep?s??p?? t?? ?e???sa??µ. ???se µ?a ??? ???a, a?st??? ?a? as??t???. S?µf??a µe t?? pa??d?s? , a???ß?? p??? t?? p???????a t?? ?e???sa??µ , af?? ?p?st?? ???da??? t?? ????µ?sa? ap? t?? ?a?, t?? ????ß???sa? µ???? p?? t?? s??t?sa?.
It is addressed to the twelve tribes of Jerusalem which are scattered abroad and to every one that believes in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.
A series of admonitions and exhortations , it has many direct parallels with the Sermon on the Mount. He concentrates on rekindling true living faith and on the practice of repentance , trust, humility, patience, and self control.
James was elected as the first bishop of Jerusalem by the apostles He led a holy strict and ascetic life.
According to tradition , just before the besiege of Jerusalem, being thrown from the temple by unfaithful Jews was stoned to death.
(Summary by peaceuntoyou)
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