Dorothy Parker
James 1:26-27
An nonreligious person does not bite his tongue while religiously pure and sure, therefore, he does the right things for others.
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Published October 24th, 2018
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James 1:26-27
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If anyone thinks he is religious q and does not bridle his tongue
Whoever thinks he is religious, does not bridle his tongue.
but deceives his heart,
he deceives his heart
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this person’s r religion is worthless.
his religious is worthless
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Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this:
Pure religion is undefiled before God
s to visit t orphans and widows in their affliction,
go to visit orphans and widows
and u to keep oneself v unstained from the world.
to keep oneself not stained by the world
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An nonreligious person does not bite his tongue while religious pure and sure therefore he does the right things for others and keeps himself from being defiled by the world. Most people desire to be religious but fail to follow God's word. Apostle James has given us sound logic in this chapter as to how we are to be pure Christians.
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