Sermon Series
  • 1. James 1:1-27

    Contributed on Jan 12, 2012
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    Rejoice in temptations

    James 1:1-27 January 15, 2012 The book of James was written to a church that looked like it was falling apart. There was a great division between the rich and the poor, and the rich members were treated well while the poor weren’t. James reminds them that real faith is evidenced by good ...read more

  • 2. James 2:1-26

    Contributed on Jan 18, 2012
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    Faith and works

    James 2:1-26 January 22, 2012 God condemns favoritism (:1-11) My brethren, have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with respect of persons. The King James seems unclear here, but it’s a commandment: “Don’t have faith that favors one person over another.” 2For ...read more

  • 3. James 3:1-18

    Contributed on Jan 19, 2012
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    God forbids arrogant hypocrisy

    James 3:1-18 January 22, 2012 The main idea of James up to this point has been to show the difference between heartless religion and the pure religion of Christ. Faith without works is dead, and this little church was tearing itself apart fighting and holding grudges and showing preferential ...read more

  • 4. James 4:1-17

    Contributed on Jan 26, 2012
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    Humility

    James 4:1-17 January 29, 2012 If I had to distill the book of James down to a single sentence I would say that heavenly wisdom shows itself through good fruit and earthly wisdom shows itself through bad fruit. That’s the one basic point James makes in teaching this church how that ought to ...read more

  • 5. James 5:1-20

    Contributed on Feb 2, 2012
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    The precious fruit

    James 5:1-20 February 5, 2012 I think it’s important before we begin chapter five to go back and see the first point of the letter. Back in the first part of chapter one James tells the saints to ask God for wisdom if they lack it because He gives liberally and without finding fault. A ...read more