Topical biblical study in the epistle of James. There is much to learned about the wows of the adversary. There is even more to be learned about the rewards that God promises you for keeping him as an adversary and not an ally. Listen as we discover all that James knew about resisting the devil and the effect it will have on our walk with God.
Verse by verse bible study in the book of James. Is it wise to be so concerned with the riches of this world? Is your patience spent on waiting for your "ship to come in?" Are your prayers geared toward relieving your own woes? Do you presume it's wise to cover a brothers errors and leave them unmentioned? If you've counted these things as being of primary interest to you, then you will want to evaluate these things according to this 5th portion of James epistle.
Verse by verse bible study. Why are there so many factions in Christianity? Why do we always seek blessings and never really possess them permenantly? How can you really draw closer to God? All this and more in this 4th chapter of James.
Why is your mouth so powerful? Why is it also so deadly? Learn what the brother of Jesus has to say about this small part of your body. You may be surprised to learn that it is not what modern christendom teaches.
We continue with our verse by verse bible study in the Book of James. Here we read a portion of James letter we will address two important subjects, godly judgment and works. These are issues that most Christians find hard to understand. Most believe that we should not judge and that works are not necessary for salvation, only faith. Some think that these words of James are in total opposition to the words of Paul. But how could this be, does the word of God contradict itself? What is James really saying concerning judgment and works? Listen sincerely, and examine yourselves and discover what God really wants from His servants.