James 5:8 — 1 Peter 1:9
8 You also be 1long-suffering; aestablish your hearts because the 2bcoming of the Lord has drawn cnear.
9 Do not 1complain, brothers, against aone another lest you be bjudged. Behold, the 2cJudge stands before the ddoors.
10 As an example, brothers, of 1suffering evil and of 2long-suffering, take the aprophets, who spoke 3in the bname of the Lord.
11 Behold, we call those who 1endured ablessed. You have heard of the endurance of bJob, and you have seen his cend from the Lord, that the Lord is very tenderhearted and dcompassionate.
12 But 1above all things, my brothers, do 2not swear, neither by heaven nor by earth nor with any other oath; but let your 3yes be yes, and your no, no, 4lest you fall under ajudgment.
13 Does anyone among you suffer evil? Let him 1pray. Is anyone cheerful? Let him 2asing praise.
14 Is anyone among you 1ill? Let him 2call for the aelders of the bchurch, and let them pray over him, 3canointing him with oil 4in the dname of the Lord.
15 And the 1prayer of afaith will save the one who is 2bsick, and the Lord will raise him up; and if he has 3committed sins, it will be cforgiven him.
16 Therefore aconfess your sins to one another and pray for one another that you may be bhealed. The cpetition of a righteous man 1avails much in its working.
17 aElijah was a man of blike feeling with us, and he 1earnestly prayed that it would not rain; and it did not rain on the earth for three years and six months.
18 And he prayed again, and heaven gave arain, and the earth sprouted forth with its fruit.
19 My abrothers, if any one among you is 1bled astray from the ctruth and someone dturns him back,
20 Let him know that he who turns a 1sinner back from the error of his way will 2asave that one’s soul from 3death and will 4bcover a multitude of 5sins.
1 1aPeter, an 2bapostle of Jesus Christ, to the 3csojourners of the 4ddispersion of 5ePontus, fGalatia, Cappadocia, gAsia, and hBithynia,
2 1aChosen 2according to the 3bforeknowledge of God the Father 4in the 5csanctification of the Spirit 6unto the 7dobedience and 8esprinkling of the 9blood of Jesus Christ: 10Grace to you and 11peace be 12fmultiplied.
3 1aBlessed be the 2God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His great 3bmercy has 4cregenerated us 5unto a 6living dhope 7through the eresurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,
4 1Unto an 2ainheritance, 3incorruptible and undefiled and bunfading, 4ckept in the heavens for you,
5 Who are being 1aguarded 2by the power of God 3through faith 4unto a 5salvation ready to be brevealed at the 6clast time;
6 In which 1time you aexult, though for a blittle while at present, if it must be, you have been made sorrowful by various 2ctrials,
7 So that the 1aproving of your faith, 2much more 3precious than of gold which perishes though it is bproved by fire, may be found 4unto cpraise and dglory and honor at the 5erevelation of Jesus Christ;
8 Whom having not aseen, you 1blove; 2into whom though not seeing Him at present, yet 3cbelieving, you dexult with 4joy that is unspeakable and 4full of glory,
9 1Receiving the end of your faith, the asalvation of your 2bsouls.