10 [a]Again, he that is [b]rich, in that he is made low: [c]for as the flower of the grass, shall he (A)vanish away.

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  1. James 1:10 Before he concludeth, he giveth a doctrine contrary to the former: to wit, how we ought to use prosperity, which is plenty of all things: to wit, so that no man therefore please himself, but be so much the more void of pride.
  2. James 1:10 Who hath all things at his will.
  3. James 1:10 An argument taken of the very nature of the things themselves, for that they are most vain and uncertain.

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