I try to avoid this Bible verse

Dr. Grant MullenI am significant 2 Comments

Some verses in the Bible are just too difficult

This is one of them, James 1:2. It’s all about problems.
I don’t know about you, but I don’t like problems.
In fact, I avoid them if possible.
But this verse looks at problems very differently.
Watch the video and we’ll figure it out.

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Comments 2

  1. Good Wednesday morning, Dr. Grant and Kathy…and very good word, too! “Will we allow the problem to drag us down or grow us up?” Thank you once again for your skilled application of the Word!

  2. I was very blessed by the message “Change How You Think” and Ephesians 2:6 was a verse I’d never really had a handle on before but now it seems so clear as to it’s meaning. Thank you so much for your caring ministry. God bless you both.

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