Sermon Series
  • 1. Turning Trials Into Triumphs

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2001
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    In the message James the half brother of Jesus will teach us we CAN turn our trials into triumphs. (Real Faith For The Real World - prt one)

    "Turning Trials Into Triumphs" TEXT: JAMES 1:1-12 Today we begin a study of the book of James. But before we begin our study I think it would be good for us to do a little background about this great book in God’s Word. Now, one thing that often adds a great deal of insight to the ...read more

  • 2. The Devil Didn"T Make You Do It

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2001
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    James in these verses teaches us how to overcome temptation (real faith For The Real World - part two)

    "The Devil Didn’t Make You Do It" James 1:13-18 A mother told her son not to go swimming. However, when he came into the house his mother noticed that his hair and bathing suit were wet. "Johnnie," his mother scolded, "I told you not to go swimming." "I couldn’t help it mom," he ...read more

  • 3. Quit Kidding Yourself

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2001
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    Today as we look at James we will uncover 5 things that if we are not careful we can deceive ourselves about - and if we do , the end results can be deadly (Real faith For The Real World - part three)

    "Quit Kidding Yourself" James 1:16-27 She woke up early and decided to take a walk. The air was clear and brisk, the birds were singing to one another in the trees. She stopped for a moment to say hello, and pat a mother deer and her 2 babies. The morning sun was just beginning to sneak ...read more

  • 4. The Verdict Is In

    Contributed on Apr 26, 2001
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    In this passage James puts the faith only doctrine on trial and we the jury must make our verdict (real faith - For The Real World - part 4).

    "The Verdict Is In - Faith Works Bridge The Gap!" TEXT: JAMES 2:14-26 Both lawyers with great skill have presented their cases and with precision eloquence concluded their closing arguments. The defense and prosecuting teams stand - the jury is escorted out and the wait for the verdict ...read more