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  1. There is not only to be assent in faith, but consent; not only an assent to the truth of the word, but a consent to take Christ. True believing is not an act of the understanding only, but a work of the whole heart. That a justifying faith cannot be without works, is shown from two examples, Abraham and Rahab.

  2. Clarke's Commentary. Verse James 2:26. For as the body without the spirit is dead — There can be no more a genuine faith without good works, than there can be a living human body without a soul. WE shall never find a series of disinterested godly living without true faith.

  3. David Guzik commentary on James 2, where James talks about a living faith in a loving church, where partiality and discrimination has no place.

  4. As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is also dead” (James 2:26). James doesn’t command Christians to work for the benefit of others in need instead of placing faith in Christ, or even in addition to placing faith in Christ.

  5. What does James 2:26 mean? Here James completes his case for an often-misunderstood teaching. His point is that genuine faith in God naturally leads the believer to participate in good works. This isn't a particularly radical idea, even from a non-spiritual point of view.

  6. What does James 2:26 mean? Read commentary on this popular Bible verse and understand the real meaning behind God's Word using John Gill's Exposition of the Bible.

  7. Jun 7, 2022 · James 2:22 says, “ You see that his faith and his actions were working together, and his faith was made complete by what he did.” When we press into our faith in God, we take action; when we take action, our faith grows.

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