James 5:14 Is there a fellow believer in your assembly in pain, injured
or tormented and oppressed? Let him/her call upon God and devote himself/herself to prayer and devotions. Who is on top of
the world with the joy God gives? He should sing psalms (Eph 5:18b&19: Be filled with the Holy Spirit, speaking to one
another in Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.) James 5:14 Are any of
you ailing with illness, sickness, diseases, medical conditions or cancers. He ought to ask an elder of the church to pray
over him/her while anointing with oil in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ our saviour. v.15 The prayer of the belief in Bible
Teaching will save the sick. The Lord will raise him up. If he has committed any sins, he will be forgiven. v.16 On account
of the relationship of sin to illness and how prayer for that kind of illness will forgive sins, on that account you are commanded
to confess your sins that you commit against each other. Go so far in confession to God and repudiation of you sins against
one another that you pray for one another meaning especially the targets of your sins. The purpose is your healing: healed
together back into harmony of the body of Christ, healed back into fellowship and filling of the Holy Spirit (FHS). Healed
bodily from illnesses related to sins against fellow princes and princesses in God's Royal Family. Why is "one another"
object of sins and not confession: No where else in the Bible are God's elect accountable to other than God for our transgressions.
Pastoral and apostolic leadership may be charged with correcting us, but our responsibility as regards sin is before God alone.
The secondary result is the second result of confession of sin to God in 1 John 1:9c God will cleanse you from all unrighteousness.
Thus in James 5:16b The Righteous(having confessed sins at gate 2 and filled with the Holy Spirit and power) man's
effective prayers are capable of superlative accomplishments. If the follow-on sentence is as it seems, resultant, then
it follows that either righteousness stems from confession to God as in 1J1:9 as it plainly appears or some new and different
means of righteousness pertaining to confessive behavior toward man. Finally, and I belabor this point because everybody
gets this wrong. Throughout the book of James sins against each other are the predominant topic so that the object each
other is the target of sins here. Bear with me as I propose yet another reason confessing to each other cannot
be in view. A major thesis of James epistle is uncontrollability of the tongue. We bless God and curse his adopted co-prince
and co-princess. What then will be the logical result of our confession? Our condemnation! Condemned by our brethren!! So,
therefore, James 5:16 on that account you are commanded to confess your sins that you commit against each other. Go so
far in confession to God and repudiation of you sins against one another that you pray for one another meaning especially
the targets of your sins. The purpose is your healing. The Righteous(having confessed sins at gate 2 and filled with the Holy
Spirit and power) man's effective prayers are capable of superlative accomplishments. 5:17 Elijah and prayer for economic
depression 5 :18 Prayer of Elijah for reversal of calamity and economic prosperity These build the import and super results
of prayer for one another 5:16 is juxtaposed against sins of condemnation/cursing to propose in overwhelming crescendo
the force of the book of James in 5:19 My brethren if any among you strays from Bible Teaching, and one turns him
back toward Bible teaching ministry (in context, especially via prayer), You must teach him that he who converts a sinner
from the error of his own way will save the sinners soul from death and cover a multitude of sins.
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