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Travis Ross February 24, 2018 at 11:28 am

I really appreciate this article. I’m preaching on James 5:7-12 tomorrow, and came across this. At first look V12 seems to be out of place with the rest of the verses, but it fits so perfects with the rest of the book on taming the tongue. I would like to quote you in a small portion from your article in my sermon. Thank you for the help.

Rev. ONI Ekogiawe Pascal August 10, 2018 at 9:05 am

Crystal McDowell.
Thank for your article is aliving basis, the essetials parts or facts; it’s the simplest principles. keeping to your word in obedience. That is what i call in Matthew 5:37 electrocardiograph of the writen word of God in our heart as a diagram or tracing of the root of heart promise to a love one.

It make sense to avoid the pain to others by keeping the promise in heart. Yes, no matter the trials.

Donna Marshall November 17, 2018 at 9:00 am

Thank you for your words of wisdom dear one. Blessings abound.

CBrady April 3, 2019 at 2:44 am

Are we making vows when we sing in worship? For example “even in the valley I will dance with joy”. It seems to me are, and most of the time are not aware of it, which is no excuse for not keeping the vow. Thoughts?





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