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Spiritual Maturity

“Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience” (James1:3).Many times in our life, we find ourselves in these “impossible” situations. We do not need to have these “situations” dictate our lives, change our attitudes, or even bring us into despair. However, God can use situations for His glory and for our good. In the middle of your valley, let patience have its perfect work to mature and to develop that which now puts the Lord in the forefront. Let faith be placed one hundred percent in Christ and His sacrifice, and watch what God can do.


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