Hard times. It seems there are a multitude of writers now that are attempting to give us insight into how to deal with hard times. In our study in the book of James, in the first sentence, James points out the fact that the letter of your life needs to begin by being a slave to a benevolent master God and the Lord Jesus Christ. In the second sentence of this letter James lets us know that hard times are here and we can be joyful because we started the letter of our lives as a servant to God and the Lord Jesus Christ. James was very careful in identifying to whom we must be servants: God – The Mountain One; Lord - means one possessed of absolute control, His Old Testament Name; Jesus – His earthly name; Christ – His Resurrected Name. James was careful to let his readers know that this one to whom he willingly became a servant has seen and knows it all. Are you willing to let the Lord Jesus Christ write a letter of your life? If you’re writing it yourself, how’s that going for you? Let’s talk about turning the paper and pencil of your life over to the Lord Jesus Christ and let Him be the author of the new chapter in your life. Let's do this.Pastor Roger firstname.lastname@example.org.
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