by Frank Pollard

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Broadcast on THE BAPTIST HOUR, October 8, 1992, by Dr. Frank Pollard of Jackson, Mississippi
The Royal Law
Text: James 1:25
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A young man was drafted some years ago and leamed right away that he set)rdistdhthis: Love iyourneighboros ourself, "ThisishowtheworldAsillwork.
wasn't suited too well for military life. He began to show some strange pattems '[ 'he absence of this is what makes the world not work.
and behavior; he would be walking across the barrack's floor and see a piece of James, the halfbrotherofJesus, wrote a very practical little book that God's
paper and pick it up and look at it and say "That's not it," and put it down. I ce'd Holy Spirit inspired and put in ourBibles. It talks aboutthese tA o law..nhese laA s
be marching with his whole company and he would see a piece of paper on the of life and love. In James 1:25 the Word talks about the perfect Ila of freedo.n
drill field. He would stop and people would bump into each otherand he'd go and The King James version says "The perfect law of liberty." It means that a hen X ou
pick up that paper and look at it, and after a while he'd say, "That's not it," and link your life by faith to Jesus Christ, you're free to be who you are. "lhen you
put it down. He'd be playing wargantes on bivouac and while they were firing allow God's love to come into you through Jesus Christ, that barrier between you
blank shells, he "endangered"his life by standing straight up in the middle ofthat is disappears and a bridge is built for you to walk across into Eternal 1i fe. You
field when he found a piece of paper. He would read that and say, "That's not it," can be free of guilt, stress, and fear. Doesn't the Bible say that love casts~ out fear"'
and put it down. The company commander thought this behavior needed to be The perfect law of liberty is learning to accept God's love through Christ. and
looked into, sohe sent him through a battery of tests. E ...

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