Monthly Archives: December 2017

Nothing Received from the Lord James 1:7

James, the servant of God and the Lord Jesus Christ, told his readers who “lack wisdom” to “ask of God” who would give to them “liberally” so they would know how to “count it all joy” in their “temptations”. They … Continue reading

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Unwavering Faith James 1:6

“James, the servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ” knew his readers required the “wisdom of God” to “let patience have her perfect work” in trials and temptations. He encouraged them to “ask God” for “wisdom” because he … Continue reading

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Lacking Wisdom? Ask God James 1:5

James the apostle told the “scattered” members of the “twelve tribes” to “count it all joy” when they fell into “divers temptations” because the “trying of” their faith “works patience”. They were to allow “patience to have” it’s “perfect work” … Continue reading

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The Perfect Work of Patience James 1:4

James the apostle and half-brother of Jesus told the “twelve tribes which are scattered abroad” to “count it all joy, when” they “fall into divers temptations”. His reason was “the trying of” their “faith” would produce “patience”. In chapter one … Continue reading

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Faith that Works Patience James 1:3

As James wrote to “the twelve tribes scattered abroad”, he greeted them and told them to “count it all joy” when they encountered “divers temptations”. In chapter one and verse three of his letter, James told them the benefit of … Continue reading

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Count Trials All Joy James 1:2

As James began his letter to “the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad”, he greeted them and proceeded to give them instructions concerning “trials”. In chapter one and verse two of his letter, James told his readers to “count it … Continue reading

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James, A Servant of God James 1:1

As we begin our study in the book of James, we shall find it a very practical book with many instructions for daily living as Christians. James was the “half-brother” of Jesus according to the flesh and became the head … Continue reading

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