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- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
1:4 Let patience have its perfect work - Give it full scope, under whatever trials befal you. That ye may be perfect and entire - Adorned with every Christian grace. And wanting nothing - Which God requires in you.
Jas 1:4 Let patience. Let endurance not be merely passive, but have [her] perfect work; work out its complete results, that nothing may be wanting in your lives.
Doris Floyd-Pighee's comment on 2013-10-10 15:44:55:
When we wait for answers, directions and/or solutions from God we will be perfected in all that we undertake. There will be no error, no lack, or mistakes because God has shown you how and/or what to do.
Jas's comment on 2013-10-05 18:21:02:
I think this verse says a lot. Patience is perfect not saying that we are, but it can work a perfect work in us! It can make us humble. Patience is a virtue. Patience is righteousness so to have patience you are showing that you are having faith and trying to be righteous. Its hard to be patient at times but its worth it. Gods timing is NEVER wrong that's why I ended up here to remind myself patience is not saying no but just waiting for the right timing!> : ) God bless
Henry Elliott's comment on 2012-12-26 12:34:45:
Written on the walls of the Jewish death camp "Treblinka" were these words "Patience is man's strength."
Jessica's comment on 2012-09-10 20:14:00:
I think that this verse can go many differnt ways that are ngood and pleasing to God. As in be patience in her, as trust in GOD!Never let any thing come in your way between GOD and your faith through HIM!!!!!!!
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