J A M E S.
In this chapter we are directed to consider, I.
Some causes of contention, besides those mentioned in the foregoing
chapter, and to watch against them, ver. 1-5. II. We are taught to abandon the
friendship of this world, so as to submit and subject ourselves
entirely to God, ver.
4-10. III. All detraction and rash judgment of others
are to be carefully avoided, ver.
11, 12. IV. We must preserve a constant regard, and pay
the utmost deference to the disposals of divine Providence,
ver. 13, to the end.