Our last sermon on the book of James: See things as they are, accept what you must, speak only what you should, pray all you can, do what you can, with whom you can, for whomever you can.
James Chapter 2. We look at how Abraham and Rahab are extreme opposites, but make great examples of the various ways active faith is essential to a healthy spiritual life in Christ.
Facing the Person in the mirror: So what kind of person do we see looking back at us in this mirror? James briefly touches on 9 types of people in this chapter. Last week we looked at 6, today I want to look at 3 more. The angry person (1:19-21,26) The forgetful person: (1:19-25) The person […]
James chapter 1, part 1. “…if you listen to the word and don’t obey, it is like glancing at your face in a mirror. You see yourself, walk away, and forget what you look like.” -James 1:23 So what kind of person do we see looking back at us in this mirror? James briefly touches […]
Main Points: 1. James is an important book from a mission angle. 2. James tackles the practical challenges of community. 3. James arises out of the wisdom literature tradition of teaching by opposites. 4. James was a witness, disciple and apostle of Jesus. 5. James is reflective of the prophetic tradition and the best of […]
The Superpower You Were Born With. Life & Death are in the Tongue