Exegesis For The Study Of James And Hosea

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In the process of completing an exegesis; for Bible study or in the process of preparing a sermon for Sunday services, the same steps are followed to insure the correct meaning of the themes and issues that of the selected verses are conveyed. The importance of giving the correct authority level and application to a selection verses, the failure to do this properly could change the meaning of scripture. The Study of James and Hosea; through the process of exegesis, the themes, issues, the levels of authority and the application in todays lives of Christians. Proper and dutiful work needs to be done to correctly understand biblical text.
James 2:8-11, talks about the royal law, “the law of the sovereign one, and those who neglect to keep it do so
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This is how God loves everyone, Christ showed this love before and after dying on the cross. The level of authority that the verses in James has is the maximum degree of specificity, they can correlate in the lives of Christians today. As authority is the weight and power that scripture possesses (Horton, 2006). While the verses in Hosea show the same level of authority, the verses show how lost and unrepentant people can be, while showing how God still loves and cares for them. The process of levels of authority, correlate with the degree of confidence of the application (Klein, Blomberg, & Hubbard, 2004). The application of Hosea is that Christians can still turn back to God, as He has never left or forgotten them. The application of James is the royal law and how love fulfills the rest of the law, by loving everyone enough to care for the orphans and the widows of the world, to care for the homeless, at the same time reaching out to the people of their communities in faith and hope of spreading the Gospel and the truth of God the

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