Daily Scripture: James 1:17





Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.
James 1:17

The most talented people need to be the most humble. Ability can be developed through hard work, but true talent is a gift from God. The clarity of this scripture from James 1:17 is as pure as the concept itself. All that you have, and every fiber of your being comes from the Divine. It is not yours to be proud of; it's simply your responsibility to use it wisely. People change, they live, and they die. God is unchanging and everlasting.


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For Christians and Muslims the great mystery is the fall: of human kind, but also of the angels. The great fall of the most beautiful angel, the lieutenant of the heavenly hosts: Lucifer. But Lucifer, as far as we know, is irredeemable; he is doomed for all eternity. Human beings, on the other hand, can pay for their sins, can change the fall into flight. end quote
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