By Bede the Venerable; Dom David Hurst
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The aforementioned b o o k o f the Acts o f the Apostles tells h o w Gamaliel, the teacher o f the blessed apostle Paul, a man respected at one time by the entire Jewish p e o p l e and n o w still more respected by the whole church o f Christ because o f the revelation o f the relics o f the blessed protomartyr Stephen,! ] did this: when the council o f the Jews was determined to kill the apostles, he counteracted their proposals by a wiser plan and, having rescued the apostles from their plot, sent them back unharmed to preach the Gospel o f J e s u s .
43 1:18 For he begot us willingly by the word of truth. Lord says also in the Gospel, You have not chosen me, I have chosen you; and in the prophet Hosea, I shall them voluntarily Consequently he expands what he 44 4 5 41. Jm 1:12 45. Ho 14:5 42. Rm 1:28-9 43. 1 Co 4:7 44. Jn 15:16 The but love had Commentary on James 1:18—1:19 17 said, therefore, that every best gift and every perfect gift comes down from G o d by adding that he has changed us from sons o f darkness into sons o f light through the water o f regeneration, not because o f our merits but because o f the generosity o f his will.
And because he had taught that the commandments o f the Lord must be carried out in giving offerings for the poor but saw on the contrary that they had instead done for 69. 1 Co 15:33 73. Jm 1:19 70. Pr 14:12 71. Jm 1:25 72. Mt 25:40 22 Commentary on James 2:1—2:4 the rich for the sake o f earthly advantages what ought to be done for the poor for the sake o f eternal rewards, therefore he rebuked them as they deserved. And aptly at the begin ning o f this statement he calls our Lord Jesus Christ the Lord o f glory, that we may remember that his orders are rather to be obeyed, who when he is the brightness of glory rewards with everlasting glory whatever is given to the poor for love o f him, rather than any honors accorded persons o f consequence, concerning w h o m it has generally been said that all flesh is hay, and all its glory like the blos som of hay and so on.