Jul 5, 2016
We all lack works from time to time.
Whether it’s not forgiving someone, or lack of prayer, or not being patient – we all have times in our lives when we lack works.
So what should we do?
One Common Answer
When we lack works, many of us think we should just start working — we should just choose to forgive, to pray, or to be patient.
But James would tell us that’s a mistake, because we are neglecting the cause behind our lack of works.
So what causes lack of works? And what can we do about that?
Here’s what James tells us —
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