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D. Z. Cofield

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How to Triumph Over Temptations

The book of James gives us a number of solid principles for avoiding going down the path of temptation toward sin and spiritual death.

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Introduction

When somebody tells us not to do something, we're most tempted to do it.

I. Principle 1: God is not the source of our temptation.

II. Principle 2: Falling prey to temptation involves a series of steps.

III. Principle 3: Form a strategy for overcoming temptation, to short-circuit the steps.

IV. Principle 4: We must know the source of our triumph.

Conclusion

What's it going to cost me?

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