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March 13, 2014 / Samuel

不要彼此埋怨 [Do Not Grumble Against One Another]





Book: James (New Testament)
Author: James

James 5:9 :“Do not grumble against one another, brethren, lest you be condemned. Behold, the Judge is standing at the door!”

Today’s Meditation: When we are in dilemma, we are in tests and torments. We can easily blame people and impute to others. Thus, we must restrict what we say while we are enduring so as not to grumble against one another. Grumble contains the meaning of judging. We will be judged by the Lord if we judge others today. For with the same measure that we use, it will be measured back to us. Grumble might not bring big loss, but being judged is a great loss. Therefore, it is unwise to grumble against one another.


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