Scripture teaches that “faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone” (Jas. 2:17). The epistle of James generates much thinking and discussion regarding works and salvation. An elderly missionary said, I did not receive
We live in a culture that is deteriorating partly because of its loss of a moral standard. Since its inception, Christianity has provided a true moral standard by promoting and being committed to the biblical
The entry this week focuses on the trials and afflictions of believers. Often these times turn out to be blessings in disguise. In the very beginning of his epistle, James described his relationship to the
“Son of Tolmai, one of the twelve apostles (Matt. 10:3; Acts” 1:13); generally supposed to have been the same as Nathanael. In the synoptic gospels Philip and Bartholomew are always mentioned “together, while Nathanael is never mentioned; in the fourth” “gospel, on the other hand, Philip and Nathanael are similarly” “mentioned together, but nothing is said of Bartholomew. He was” one of the disciples to whom our Lord appeared at the Sea of Tiberias after his resurrection (John 21:2). He was also a “witness of the Ascension (Acts 1:4, 12, 13). He was an” Israelite indeed (John 1:47).
Definition of Bartholomew: “a son that suspends the waters”
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