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daniel
We misunderstand James when we think his epistle is a “how to” book of helpful hints to the happy Christian life. We interpret his sublime instruction to become “doers” of the Word as “do the word.” We believe he is giving instructions on what to do, when he is really telling us what to be.
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There was one thing at which our Lord Himself marveled while here on the earth, and that was unbelief.
daniel
One of the most wonderful things about the Gospel is its simplicity. There is nothing complicated about it. It consist of principles, not of rules; and these principles are so few and easily comprehended that children of tender years can understand them.
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Whoever therefore is armed with the mind with which Christ resisted temptation, suffers with Him; and he conquers with Him also.
daniel
“Let us, then, when temptations reveal to us what is in our hearts, not lose courage, and settle down in despair” for “God provides us with power to live even in sinful flesh as free from sin as He Himself.” 
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“Christ is primarily the Word of God, the expression of God’s thought; and the Scriptures are the Word of God simply because they reveal Christ. . . . I have always believed that every part of the Bible must set forth, with more or less vividness, that glorious revelation (Christ crucified).”
daniel
Only God and His power can put evil out of the heart. 
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In seeking us, Christ came to where we are, taking upon Himself "the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh.” Thus He is a Savior "nigh at hand, not afar off.” Our Savior "condemned sin in the flesh," conquering the problem for the human race. He forever outlawed sin in the vast universe of God by defeating it in its last lair—our fallen, sinful human flesh.