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Important Terms. Two Terms to know: Positionally: A reference to one’s position in relationship to something else. Experientially: A reference to one’s experience in relationship to something else. Review of the Introduction to The Epistle of James.

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Important terms

Important Terms

Two Terms to know:

  • Positionally: A reference to one’s position in relationship to something else.

  • Experientially: A reference to one’s experience in relationship to something else.


Review of the introduction to the epistle of james

Review of theIntroduction to The Epistle of James

Author: GodWriter: James (brother of Jesus)Time Period: ~45-50 A.D.Written To: Believing Jews scattered from Jerusalem because of persecution.


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Review of theIntroduction to The Epistle of James

James deals with one topic which he addresses through four evidences.

  • True Spirituality:a. Faith in action.b. Self-Control.c. Unselfish, Generous, Impartial, Patient.d. Submits to God through Prayer.

    James teaches what True Spirituality means, and also teaches the mechanics needed in order to be “Truly Spiritual.”


Review of pistewv

Review of pistewV

pistewV

faith

pistewVis a feminine noun which means, “complete dependency.”

It identifies a relationship between two or more objects or persons in which one of the objects or persons is completely dependent upon the other for some thing or action. i.e.: Sitting in a chair.


Review of trial protocol

Review of Trial Protocol

Verse two of James chapter 1 identifies Trial Protocol. Trial Protocol is the operational procedure designed to be enacted when an individual is faced with a trial during their time on earth.

Protocol Summary: Action to enact: Hold an opinion of all joy which governs your thought process. When to enact: Upon facing trials during time on earth.


Review of the faith action principle

Review of The Faith Action Principle

Verse three of James chapter 1 identifies The Faith Action Principle. This is the doctrine that dependence upon Bible Doctrine during testing results in the ability to remain under circumstances (testing or not).

The Faith Action Principle:Dependence upon Bible Doctrine results in the ability to remain under circumstances.


Review of the faith action product

Review of The Faith Action Product

Verse four of James chapter 1 identifies The Faith Action Product. It is the result of remaining under a circumstance which tries your character. The Faith Action Product is also known as spiritual growth or spiritual maturity.

The Faith Action Product:

The spiritual growth produced in the believer who utilizes dependence upon Bible Doctrine to support them through a trial.


Review of diagram 1

Review of Diagram 1

The Diagram of Trial & Tribulation Protocol* appears this way:

*(summary of Trial Protocol, the Faith Action Principle, and the Faith Action Product)

Trial Protocol (enables)

The Faith Action Principle (which produces)

Faith Action Product (Spiritual Growth)


Review of wisdom deficit disorder protocol

Review of Wisdom Deficit Disorder Protocol

Wisdom Deficit Disorder Protocol is to be enacted when you discover in the midst of your trial that you lack the understanding of how to apply Bible Doctrine to your trial. The protocol identified by Scripture is to make a formal request for wisdom from God.

Wisdom Deficit Disorder Protocol:

If you lack wisdom, request it from God.


Doctrine of trial tribulation protocol

Doctrine of Trial & Tribulation Protocol

Doctrine of Trial & Tribulation Protocol:

1. When you encounter trials, enact Trial Protocol.

2. Once you have enacted Trial Protocol, utilize The Faith Action Principle to create the Faith Action Product (Spiritual Maturity).3. If you find yourself lacking the understanding of how to use Bible Doctrine in your situation, enact Wisdom Deficit Disorder Protocol.


Trials tribulation part 5

Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

“But he must ask in faith without any doubting, for the one who doubts is like the surf of the sea, driven and tossed by the wind.”

James 1:6


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

de aiteitw

But he must ask

James begins verse 6 with the Koine Greek conjunction of soft contrast, de (pronounced, “deh”). de is used to connect a new thought of a slightly different topic to what has previously been discussed (v. 5). Verse 6 then is also a part of Trial & Tribulation Protocol.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

de aiteitw

But he must ask

aiteitw (pronounced, “ai-tie-toh”) is a present active imperative verb which means, “to continuously request something which is rightfully yours.”


Tense in koine greek

Tense in Koine Greek

Tense is used to identify the type of action in Koine Greek more so than the time of action.

There are many tenses and combinations of tenses.

Simply described, the present tense identifies a continuous type of action. An action which starts and then keeps going with no reference made to when it finishes.

aiteitwis a present tense verb which means, “continuously request.”


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

de aiteitw

But he must ask

aiteitw (pronounced, “ai-tie-toh”) is a present active imperative verb which means, “to continuously request something which is rightfully yours.”


Voice in koine greek

Voice in Koine Greek

Voice is used in Koine Greek to express how the subject operates in relationship to the verb. There are three types of voice in Koine Greek:

  • Active Voice – the subject performs the action.

  • Middle Voice – the subject participates in the action.

  • Passive Voice – the subject is acted upon by the action.

    “aiteitw” is in the Active Voice. This identifies the subject as performing the action “to continuously request something which is rightfully yours.”


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

de aiteitw

But he must ask

aiteitw (pronounced, “ai-tie-toh”) is a present active imperative verb which means, “perform the continuous action to request something which is rightfully yours.”


Mood in koine greek

Mood in Koine Greek

Mood is used in Koine Greek to establish the atmosphere of an action or state of being. There are four types of mood in Koine Greek:

  • Indicative Mood- identifies reality

  • Optative Mood- identifies desire

  • Imperative Mood- identifies command

  • Subjunctive Mood- identifies possibility

    “aiteitw” is in the Imperative Mood. This identifies it as being a command.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

de aiteitw

But he must ask

aiteitw (pronounced, “ai-tie-toh”) is a present active imperative verb which identifies the believer is commanded to “perform the continuous action to request something which is rightfully yours.”

However, there is a condition upon aiteitw.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

en pistei

in complete dependency upon something

James identifies that the request must be made “en pistei” (pronounced “ehnpis-tie”).

This means the believer requesting wisdom (v. 5) must make his request in complete dependence.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

en pistei

in complete dependency upon something

James uses the locative case of “en pistei” to emphasize the location in which the request is to be made (in the sphere of complete dependency).

While James uses the locative case predominately, the instrumental case is also in focus. This identifies faith to be the instrument through which the request is made.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

mhdendiakrinomenoV

in no way doubting

diakrinomenoV (pronounced, “dee-ah-kree-no-mehn-oss”) is a middle participle which means, “making distinctions through judgment.”

The concept of diakrinomenoV is that an individual is evaluating data and then making judgments or decisions as a result of his evaluation.


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Voice in Koine Greek

Voice is used in Koine Greek to express how the subject operates in relationship to the verb. There are three types of voice in Koine Greek:

  • Active Voice – the subject performs the action.

  • Middle Voice – the subject participates in the action.

  • Passive Voice – the subject is acted upon by the action.

    “diakrinomenoV” is in the Middle Voice. This identifies the subject as participating in the action of, “making distinctions through judgment.”


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

mhdendiakrinomenoV

in no way doubting

James says that the believer must ask in the sphere of complete dependency, “participating in the action of making distinctions through judgment in no way…”

The Middle Voice is used to identify that the subject (the wisdom deficient believer) participates in the action of making distinctions.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

garodikrinomenoV

fortheone who doubts

Lit.: for the one making distinctions through judgment

The reason why James says not to make distinctions through judgment is identified through gar (pronounced, “gar”).

It identifies that the next part of James’ statement is the reason for him saying not to make distinctions through judgment when asking for wisdom.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

eoikenKludwniqalasshV

like thesurfof the sea

eoiken(pronounced, “eh-oi-kehn”) is an active indicative verb which means, “to resemble.”

James is teaching that the one who makes distinctions through judgment resembles the waves of the sea.


Voice in koine greek2

Voice in Koine Greek

Voice is used in Koine Greek to express how the subject operates in relationship to the verb. There are three types of voice in Koine Greek:

  • Active Voice – the subject performs the action.

  • Middle Voice – the subject participates in the action.

  • Passive Voice – the subject is acted upon by the action.

    “eoiken” is in the Active Voice. This identifies the subject as performing the action, “toresemble.”


Mood in koine greek1

Mood in Koine Greek

Mood is used in Koine Greek to establish the atmosphere of an action or state of being. There are four types of mood in Koine Greek:

  • Indicative Mood- identifies reality

  • Optative Mood- identifies desire

  • Imperative Mood- identifies command

  • Subjunctive Mood- identifies possibility

    “eoiken” is in the Indicative Mood. This identifies it as being reality.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

eoikenKludwniqalasshV

like thesurfof the sea

eoiken(pronounced, “eh-oi-kehn”) is an active indicative verb which means, “really performing the action to resemble.”

The believer who participates in the action of making distinctions through judgment simultaneously performs the action to resemble the waves of the sea.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

eoikenKludwniqalasshV

like thesurfof the sea

kludwni(pronounced, “kloo-dohn-ee”) is an noun which means, “succession of waves”

The surf is the possession of the qalasshV (pronounced, “thah-las-saes”). qalasshV is a noun which refers to a large body of water which opens up to the ocean. Because it opens to the ocean, its waves can become driven and tossed.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

anemizomenwkairipozomenw

driven andtossed

The phrase “driven and tossed” comes from the Koine Greek phrase “anemizomenwkairipozomenw”(pronounced, “ah-neh-midz-o-meh-nohkairee-podz-o-meh-oh”). It literally means, “moved by the wind and rolling back and forth.”

In James’ usage here, he is identifying a lack of stability to the surf, which goes wherever it is directed by external forces.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

Expanded summary of James 1:6:“But perform the action to request that which is rightfully yours in the sphere of faith, participating in the action of making distinctions through judgment in no way, for the one participating in the action of making distinctions through judgment really performs the action to resemble the surf of the sea, moved by the wind and rolled back and forth.”


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

James is identifying then, that the believer who lacks wisdom must ask for it. And in asking for wisdom, the believer must do so in complete dependency upon God to supply his request.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

If the believer becomes antsy and decides to initiate a search for the wisdom himself by making distinctions through judgment, then James says he really performs the action to resemble the surf of the sea.

He, therefore, is moved to and fro by whatever external force happens upon him.

This is contrary to the model of humanity given by God and evidenced through Christ.


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

Model of Humanity which Christ showed.

God (The Father)

Initiates

Mankind

Responds


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Trials & Tribulation (Part 5)

When asking for wisdom, do not attempt to do God’s work of supplying your request for Him. Let God take care of it. His promise is that He will. It may take time, it may take a number of different things before He supplies it. However, in all things God operates righteously, inasmuch we can be confident that God will supply our request for wisdom at the appropriate time within the plan He possesses for us and His world.


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