"Count it all joy"

"Overcoming is not burdensome ... but joyous ... because it uplifts consciousness"

When James wrote, "Count it all joy when ye fall into divers temptations" (1:2), he was counseling his readers to rejoice in trials because of the glorious opportunity they afford for growth in grace.

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Confidence Accompanied by Demonstration
May 18, 1963
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