1,234 QI Facts to Leave You Speechless by John Lloyd
The QI team have blown your socks off, made your jaw drop and knocked you sideways. Now they return with 1,234 brand-new mind-blowing facts that will leave you speechless.
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Epistle of James
It also contains some challenging passages related to the role of faith and works. Most scholars at least those writing evangelical commentaries agree that the author of this letter is James the brother of Jesus Matt ; Mark ; Gal , also known as James the Just. James the son of Zebedee would have been alive to write the letter if the earliest suggested dating of the letter is correct. The primary reason for accepting James the Just as the author, over other possible candidates, is the tradition of the early church, which attributed the letter to him. James, the brother of the Lord … has been called the Just by all from the time of our Savior to the present day; for there were many that bore the name of James. For more details on authorship check out this article by Daniel Wallace link.
Hello and God bless you. What follows is a devotional Bible study of the book of James. Late last year, the Lord was impressing upon me that I should start reading certain books of Scripture, and keeping a "running list of Key Points, Lessons, Guiding principles and Teachings from His word as I read. So, in obedience to the Lord, I began reading books of Scripture, one section at a time, all the while keeping a running list of God's instructions as he gives me grace to do so. Although I always believed it, I have become increasingly more aware and solidified in the idea that God's word is incredibly practical.
The author identifies himself as "James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ," who is writing to "the twelve tribes scattered abroad" James The epistle is traditionally attributed to James the brother of Jesus James the Just ,   and the audience is generally considered to be Jewish Christians , who were dispersed outside Palestine.
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