Summary: This is part of a series or can stand alone as a good lesson. THIS IS INSTALLMENT #18 ON LOVE UNDERSTANDS: MORE THAN A COUCH POTATO... Love can revert to doing-nothing neglect that dooms the chances of loves survival.
Summary: If we want to know who we really are, what mirror should we look in? We need, we must yield to God's Word to God's will and allow him to mold us into the image the reflection, the image of His son.
Summary: To establish that “pure religion” is not a feeling, but a faithful service to others by those who live daily to remain pure and unspotted from the world. Pure religion has it origin from the Word of God; not from the words of men!
Summary: In this passage James speaks to us about "human" anger and the moral filth of the world. He then compares the Word of God to a spiritual mirror that we need to look into intently if we desire to be spiritually presentable to God.
Summary: The final sermon in the Kindred United Series, this sermon shows the difference between "religion" and "relationship", and shows how we should do more than just sit in a pew on Sunday; we should serve others in need, and do so in love.
Summary: We don't need to fill another notebook, with more outlines, of powerful truths, and wonderful insights, we do not suffer from a lack of correct heads, but what we need is to have more of a consumed heart, and more of walking out what we already know.
Summary: Let’s not just learn what God says. Let’s Just Do it! You haven't really learned the Word until you live the Word. We often are hearers of the Word and not doers. We learn and teach God’s Word more than obeying it ourselves.
Summary: Thesis of the book of James: His focus is on “How a Christian should act every day?” and “The importance of living like a Christian every day”. He challenges us and the church that it is possible to believe the right way and live the wrong way.
Summary: This thought came to me- “It’s nice to think that as I teach or preach that every person will get it and grow together, but that wasn’t Jesus’ way, nor the apostles way. Why would we be any different?”