Ya‛aqoḇ (James) 2:14-24 TS2009
My brothers, what use is it for anyone to say he has belief but does not have works? This belief is unable to save him.
And if a brother or sister is naked and in need of daily food,
but one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and be filled,” but you do not give them the bodily needs, what use is it?
So also belief, if it does not have works, is in itself dead.
But someone might say, “You have belief, and I have works.” Show me your belief without your works, and I shall show you my belief by my works.
You believe that Elohim is one. You do well. The demons also believe – and shudder!
But do you wish to know, O foolish man, that the belief without the works is dead?
Was not Aḇraham our father declared right by works when he offered Yitsḥaq his son on the slaughter-place?
Do you see that the belief was working with his works, and by the works the belief was perfected?
And the Scripture was filled which says, “Aḇraham believed Elohim, and it was reckoned to him for righteousness.” And He called him, “he who loves Elohim.”
You see, then, that a man is declared right by works, and not by belief alone.
TS2009: The Scriptures 2009