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Robert January 22, 2013 at 7:00 am

Excellent article, David.
James is one of my favorite books of the Bible. It is so rich in practical teaching as well as spiritual insight. Great job.
Yours in Christ,
Robert

Willard Gragg January 22, 2013 at 11:53 am

This the first time i’ve been on here.

Jordan January 22, 2013 at 10:33 pm

This was a wonderful article to read- as are all of the articles in this website’s archives. I wanted to say something, and to ask a favor of anyone who reads my post here…
First, this website has been an enormous blessing to me for the past several months. Over the past few months I’ve grown sort of lax in my faith- talking the talk without really walking the walk, in other words. Amongst other things (books by Eric and Leslie Ludy, which I highly recommend!), the archives, Bible studies, articles, and verses posted on this site have been a huge encouragement and inspiration to me. God bless you all!
And now for my request… I have a friend, someone who is going through a tough time. He is an agnostic, and despite all me attempts to witness to him he still seems to believe that the notion of an intimate, loving, forgiving God is stupid. I admit, his outlook on faith discourages me very often. My friend is also struggling with his lifestyle- he recently recovered from cancer, and since then (and prior to that) he has had no sense of direction or motivation in his life. In fact, one of the only ‘goals’ he’s had in a long time was to one day have children- sadly, he just found out that he might be infertile.
I pray for my friend all the time (literally!), and I ask anyone who reads this post to do the same. Please ask God to help me stay hopeful, to not be discouraged from loving and trying to witness to him. And please ask our loving, patient God to be at work in my friend- to change his heart and soften it, to give him a desire to known and enter into a relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ, and to have hope and peace despite the trials in his life. Thank you, and God bless!!

C Mendoza January 23, 2013 at 9:16 am

I do face these battles everyday. I do not see it so Im defeated easier. Thank You David for giving me a deeper understanding of the battle Im in daily.

laurence August 27, 2015 at 10:13 pm

thank you brother for the personal commentary

Brian Reardon January 3, 2019 at 2:39 am

Excellent and helpful in my study of James Chapter 4. The early church had many of the problems we have, even as Christians we still fail to understand the will of God in our lives. The Word, the direction of our lives are governed by His Will. Once we have recognised this , the writings seem to come alive. Thanks to David for his explanation and description of were we should be in life. This is a good study for New Year Sermons, I am about to commence mine for 2019.





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