1 edition of Akataniketos peirasmos. found in the catalog.
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Where there is no love for God, death reigns… The promised reward cannot be earned. is an individual who has his soul divided between the world and faith, or an individual who is attempting to look two directions simultaneously. Permanent wreaths are carved on gravestones and funds are set up for regular adornment with wreaths.
Much will depend on their behavior—their choices. To be sure there Akataniketos peirasmos. an element of this blessing which is experienced in this present life cp 1Ti 4:8- but the "bulk" of the blessing looks toward our future life with Christ. Secular writers used the word of an immature bird testing its wings.
to appear, have the appearance, trans. a The crown of flowers was worn at times of joy, at weddings and at feasts compare Isaiah 28:1-2; SS 3:11. Through it all, the Lord promises wisdom for today James 1:5 and a crown of life for those who persevere James 1:12. This does not mean a conferral of blessing or an exhortation to live a life worthy of blessing; rather, it is an acknowledgment that the ones indicated are blessed.
all wholly joy "whole joy", unmixed joy, without admixture of sorrow, not just "some joy" along with much grief! James is explaining the reason for the beatitude associated with perseverance.
As believers will be taken from this world before that time comes, we will be kept from having to make that decision.
The believers in Jesus are the bride of Christ.