What is the “law of liberty”? Yaakov/James leads us down a path of not only receiving the Word of יהוה/Yahuwah but putting it into active obedience and practice. Yisrael/Isreal was freed from bondage and given the Book of the Covenant.

James the Just - Chapter 1

by Matthew Nolan | James the Just

James the Just – Chapter 1

1 Yaakov, an eved of vuvh and the Master gauvh ha Moshiach to the twelve tribes who are scattered abroad among the nations in the galut. Shalom. 2 My Yisraelite brothers…

All 12 tribes – reveals the majority of the so called ‘Jews’ were in fact the synagogue of S.a.tan, ‘those who say they are Jews and are not’.

If the real Jews had all returned in 520 BCE in the days of Ezra, as sacred history espouses then James would be addressing nine tribes still in dispersion, but recorded history reveals twelve tribes were still scattered outside Judea mid First Century!

The Sermon on the Mount background

V.2 get a proper perspective: count it all simcha when you fall into divers trials; (V.2 – Matthew 5:10-12 Blessed are those who are persecuted for tzedakah’s sake: for theirs is the malchut ha shamayim. 11 Blessed are you, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for My sake.)

This isn’t talking about giving in to sin. The Greek word for ‘fall’ is used in Luke 10:30 where a man ‘fell’ among the thieves and was beaten until nearly dead – it wasn’t something of his own making or choosing – he didn’t fall into sin but he fell into circumstances unavoidably and unexpectedly – falling into a situation of outward trials.

‘Diverse trials’ in V.2 is speaking to the Malki-Tzedik- Joseph generation – because the Gk word ‘poikilos’ for ‘diverse’ is used in LXX Genesis 37:3 to describe the ‘diverse’ colours of the Malki-Tzedik – Joseph robe!

V.3 begins the six basic tests for proving our faith:

  1. faith will be tested in response to YHWH’s word -Vs.19-27.
  2. faith will be tested in how it responds to societal gulfs.
  3. faith will be tested by its production…..production of works.
  4. faith will be tested by its exercise of self control.
  5. faith will be tested by how it interacts with the world – its reaction to worldliness.
  6. faith will be tested on how it turns to prayer in all things.

V.3 the five virtues of faith:

  1. patience
  2. endurance
  3. fortitude
  4. steadfastness
  5. perseverance

V.3 Knowing this, that the trying (dokimion) of your emunah produces patience. 4 But let patience be a perfect (teleios), work, that you may be perfect and complete, wanting nothing.

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James the Just – Chapter 1

What is the “law of liberty”? Yaakov/James leads us down a path of not only receiving the Word of יהוה/Yahuwah but putting it into active obedience and practice. Yisrael/Isreal was freed from bondage and given the Book of the Covenant.


James the Just – Chapter 2

What is it that we are “under”? As we go through Chapter 2, we’ll take a look at how translation prejudice leads to the formation of doctrine, while the truth of the text ties directly back to the Book of the Covenant!


James the Just – Chapter 3

How are death and life in the hands of the tongue? Yaakov/James expounds on the importance of controlling what it is that we say. The use of the tongue is what separates wisdom from foolishness.


James the Just – Chapter 4

From where do wars and fighting among you come? The lusts of our flesh are in direct contradiction with the Ruach/Spirit given to us by יהוה/Yahuwah. In His mercy, יהוה/Yahuwah has given us his Royal Torah and empowered us with the grace to walk in it.

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