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Author: David RothIf you are seeking to learn more about the Bible, looking for tools to increase your relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, or simply need material for your Sunday School lessons or sermons, I hope this website will be a blessing to you. You can find my Daily Bible Studies in the column to the right.

My old website crashed and I could not move the Bible Study files from the old data base to this one. Therefore, I am having to copy them over one at a time. The Books of Genesis,  Exodus, Leviticus and Romans are now complete. Click on the Bible Study Library link in the right column and then choose. Eventually I will have over 3,000 daily studies when the work is done and I am still writing. God bless you for visiting this page. 

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Be Patient

James 5:7-8

7  Be patient therefore, brethren, unto the coming of the Lord. Behold, the husbandman waiteth for the precious fruit of the earth, and hath long patience for it, until he receive the early and latter rain. 8  Be ye also patient; stablish your hearts: for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh.

After his warning about the oppression and fate of the more unrighteous wealthy class, James calls for the church to be patient. They were to wait for the coming of the Lord. Some older commentators took this to mean that the Lord would come to destroy Jerusalem, which took place in 70 AD. Since this epistle was written around 61 AD, it would have been very reasonable for James to say that the coming of the Lord was very near. Although He did not physically return in 70 AD, the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple is considered to be the work of the Lord.

Others believe that this refers to the last days when the Lord Jesus will physically come for His saints. This seems to be the true intent of the passage, because the Christian Jews would have drawn no satisfaction from seeing their city and temple destroyed.   Read More


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Author David Roth has been the Multihousing and Community Outreach Director for the York Baptist Association in Rock Hill, S.C. for nearly 20 years. He is the founder and pastor of Midtown Ministries, an inner city ministry to over 50 children and is presently pastoring My Radical Church, a new church plant that is focusing on reaching the homeless and poorest of the city. He has written over 3,000 daily bible studies and is in the process of posting them on this website.

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