Jakob

Jc 1:1          Jacob of God and the Lord Jesus Christ servant, to the twelve tribes in the diaspora, greetings.

Jc 1:2          Consider all joy, my brothers, when you fall-about various trials,

Jc 1:3          knowing that the testing of your faith works-for patience.

Jc 1:4          Let then patience have a perfect work, that you may be perfect and whole, in nothing lacking.

Jc 1:5          If then any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask from the giving God all simply and not of reproaching, and it will be given to him.

Jc 1:6          Let him ask then in faith without wavering, for the wavering is like a wave of the sea blown and tossed.

Jc 1:7          For let not that man expect that he will receive anything from the Lord,

Jc 1:8          a man di-souled, unstable in all his ways.

Jc 4:7           Subordinate therefore to God. Stand then against the devil and he will flee from you.

Jc 4:8           Near God and He will near you. Cleanse hands, Sinners, and purify hearts, Di-souls.[1]

[1] Two-lives, a name called