1. 3. A test or trial of one's faith and moral character, discussed in the context of resisting the world's corrupting influences in James 1:27.
  2. 7. Showing empathy and care for those who are suffering or in distress, an important aspect of James 1:27.
  3. 8. The system of beliefs, practices, and moral values associated with the worship of God.
  4. 10. Brother of Jesus and traditionally believed to be the author of the Epistle of James.
  5. 12. Demonstrating one's faith through deeds and practical expressions of love, as highlighted in the Epistle of James.
  6. 13. Women who have lost their husbands, mentioned in James 1:27 as a group in need of care.
  7. 14. Kindness and forgiveness shown towards those in need, a quality associated with practicing "pure religion" in James 1:27.
  8. 15. Acts of love, kindness, and generosity towards others, a key theme in James 1:27.
  1. 1. Morally clean and uncontaminated, a characteristic of "pure religion" in James 1:27.
  2. 2. Children who have lost their fathers, identified in James 1:27 as a group in need of support.
  3. 4. Principles of right and wrong conduct, emphasized in the call for personal integrity in James 1:27.
  4. 5. Those who are weak, marginalized, or in need of assistance, encompassing widows and orphans mentioned in James 1:27.
  5. 6. Consistency and honesty in one's actions and behavior, a virtue associated with "pure religion" in James 1:27.
  6. 7. A group of individuals who share common beliefs and values, often referenced in the Epistle of James.
  7. 9. The belief and trust in God, often emphasized in the Epistle of James.
  8. 11. Relating to moral principles and values, which are emphasized throughout the Epistle of James.