Patching Cracks Vlog Episode One: Stealing Daddy’s Seat, a Comment on James 4

This is the very first Patching Cracks video blog. It’s new to me, so let me know what you think.

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11 thoughts on “Patching Cracks Vlog Episode One: Stealing Daddy’s Seat, a Comment on James 4

  1. bkmoore says:

    Nice intro to the passage and points. Great job.

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  2. lucinda408 says:

    Compliments on your ease when speaking you really grab the attention! I got so interested that I went to read James 4, it is a bible chapter which I never read. Especially this verse : Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God.

    It brought the Halloween festivities to me mind

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  3. cffighter04 says:

    Loved this. Thank you 😄

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  4. Neat watching her smiling face while she had Daddy’s place.
    I was reminded of the idea that we can approach the throne boldly. In light of who I am and Who He is, I have no right there.
    James 4:12 (NET) 12 But there is only one who is lawgiver and judge – the one who is able to save and destroy. On the other hand, who are you to judge your neighbor?
    I noticed that he is able to SAVE and destroy.
    If I am saved, while I have no right to be, while I talk evil of others, I’m trying to have it both ways.
    Good food for thought.

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    • patchingcracks says:

      I appreciate your thoughts on this topic! She has a great smile and it had never occurred to me that the ease of approach is something we have in our relationship with God in Christ. Thanks for pointing it out. I really appreciate the thoughts. Thanks for commenting.

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  5. Good Evening and congrats on your first vlog 🙂
    I just want to say your little princess is adorable. Bless her.
    What I think your speaking of is called the judgmental tongue.
    Judging others by their actions, but judging ourselves by our intentions. I confess to a judgmental tongue. I am a prompt person, but I often had issues with slow people. Not psychological, but physically slow. I would constitute that as lazy or disrespectful. I needed to understand that the person wasn’t lazy; they were just different from me. Some people like to take their time. The only basis from which we can righteously judge is from GOD’s standard. Moving in spiritual maturity requires us to learn to speak the right words in the right season and for the right reason. NOW if it gets to a point where I have to deal with the issue, I can come from a place of love.

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    • patchingcracks says:

      Great call! I struggle at times with some personality types. It can be a real challenge to speak the truth in love when that happens. I think its a mark of spiritual maturity when we reach the point where we can. Thanks for commenting and watching!

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  6. Branny says:

    That’s me you were talking about! Hypocrite!

    No, jk. Lol

    A very good message. One that I need to be reminded of more often.

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