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James 5:7-11 Mounce Reverse-Interlinear New Testament (MOUNCE)

Be patient makrothumeō, therefore oun, dear friends adelphos, until heōs the ho coming parousia of the ho Lord kyrios. Note idou how the ho farmer geōrgos waits for ekdechomai the ho precious timios harvest karpos of the ho earth , being patient makrothumeō for epi it autos until heōs it receives lambanō the early proimos and kai latter opsimos rains . You hymeis too kai must be patient makrothumeō; strengthen stērizō · ho your hymeis hearts kardia, for hoti the ho coming parousia of the ho Lord kyrios is near engizō. Do not complain stenazō against kata one another allēlōn, my brothers adelphos, lest hina mē you be judged krinō. Look idou, the ho judge kritēs is standing histēmi at pro the ho doors thura. 10 As an example hypodeigma of ho suffering kakopatheia and kai patience makrothumia, brothers adelphos, take lambanō · ho the ho prophets prophētēs who hos spoke laleō in en the ho name onoma of the Lord kyrios. 11 For sure idou, we regard as blessed makarizō those ho who persevered hypomenō. You have heard of akouō the ho perseverance hypomonē of Job Iōb and kai have seen the ho result telos of the Lord' s kyrios activity, that hoti the ho Lord kyrios is eimi exceedingly compassionate polysplanchnos and kai merciful oiktirmōn.

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James 5:7-11 Expanded Bible (EXB)

Be Patient

[L Therefore] Brothers and sisters [C fellow believers], be patient until the Lord comes again. [L See; T Behold,] A farmer patiently waits for his ·valuable [precious] ·crop [fruit] to grow from the earth and for it to receive the ·autumn and spring [L early and late] rains [Deut. 11:14]. You, too, must be patient. ·Do not give up hope [L Strengthen your hearts], because ·the Lord is coming soon [L the Lord’s coming draws near/is at hand]. Brothers and sisters [C fellow believers], do not ·complain [grumble] against each other or you will be judged guilty [Matt. 7:1]. ·And [L Look; T Behold] the Judge is ·ready to come [L standing at the door]! 10 Brothers and sisters [C fellow believers], follow the example of the prophets who spoke ·for [L in the name of] the Lord. They suffered many hard things, but they ·were patient [endured]. 11 [L Look; or Indeed] ·We say they are happy [or We consider them blessed] because they ·did not give up [endured; persevered]. You have heard about Job’s ·patience [or endurance; perseverance], and you know the Lord’s purpose for him in the end. You know the Lord is full of mercy and is ·kind [compassionate].

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