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  • The Quality Of Mercy Series

    Contributed by Dan Jackson on Aug 27, 2005
    based on 109 ratings
     | 25,954 views

    5th message in James series. james’ warning against partiality or favoritism. We are subject to a higher law.

    A brilliant medical doctor discovered the use of blood plasma that resulted in saving thousands of lives in World War II, Korea, and the Vietnam War. At Pearl Harbor, for example, 96% of those who received plasma, survived. After World War II Charles Drew was named director of the National Blood ...read more

  • Are You A Christian Snob Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Aug 29, 2005
    based on 59 ratings
     | 36,534 views

    Fourth in a series on James. Deals with the fact that there are a number of ways in which favoritism shows up in the church today.

    A Study of the Book of James Sermon # 4 “Are You A Christian Snob?” James 2:1-13 Let me open this morning’s message by asking you a question, “Are you a Christian snob? Before you answer that question too quickly ...read more

  • Impartial To All

    Contributed by David Rogers on Mar 8, 2005
    based on 30 ratings
     | 2,830 views

    HOw Jesus came for all not just certain people or races.

    ARE YOU IMPARTIAL JAMES 2:1-13 1. DO NOT JUDGE I have often sat and thought about what it really means to be a Christian. I asked myself questions about how I was supposed to act, show my faith, or speak. I have thought about how I was supposed to treat other people. What were some ...read more

  • God Doesn't Play Favorites Series

    Contributed by Daniel Colvin on Feb 20, 2004
    based on 86 ratings
     | 5,756 views

    In the body of Christ, God does not show favoritism and He expects you to do welcome those who would be welcomed by Him. Every person does matter to God.

    God doesn’t play favorites James 2:1-13 Introduction Shortly after the close of the Civil War, a former slave entered a fashionable church in Richmond, one Sunday morning at the beginning of a communion service. When the time came, he walked down the aisle and knelt at the altar. A rustle of ...read more

  • The Sins Of Favoritism

    Contributed by Richard White on Feb 6, 2004
    based on 63 ratings
     | 5,604 views

    The church does not and should not have a caste system. The church is not a place of racism nor classism, yet why are we not growing?

    The sins of Favoritism James 2:1-13 (Instruction: Come in dressed well) Jesus Christ is the Lord who left the glory of heaven and came to this corruptible world to save sinners like us. He humbled himself, laid aside His position in heaven, and became like us. He was born is dire ...read more

  • No Foreigners In God's Sight

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Sep 5, 2003
    based on 127 ratings
     | 14,104 views

    A sermon on racial tolerance and love for all humankind.

    Mark 7:24-37 "There are No Foreigners in God’s Sight" We humans are a strange breed. Why on earth do we feel as if we have to discriminate between others based on where the others were born, or where they live, or what color their skin is, or if they are rich or poor, a Southerner or a ...read more

  • The Sin Of Partiality

    Contributed by Chris Hodges on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 59 ratings
     | 3,397 views

    To note that Christians are to love all peoples.

    The Sin of Partiality Text: James 2.1-13 Thesis: To note that Christians are to love all peoples. Introduction: (1) There was a problem with favoritism/prejudice in the 1st century and there still is today in the 21st century. (2) Story: Behind the line in World War I, rest homes were ...read more

  • Not What The Eye Sees Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Feb 4, 2003
    based on 185 ratings
     | 14,935 views

    We might say "The clothes make the man," but God is more interested in the heart, and so should we be.

    James 2:1-13 January 26, 2003 Not What The Eye Sees They say “the clothes make the man.” It is probably not that the clothes make the man, but that the clothes make our opinion of the man, or the woman. When I was in university, I was heavily involved with a Christian group on ...read more

  • Faith That Fails Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Sep 16, 2002
    based on 59 ratings
     | 2,824 views

    The fourth of six on James. Not all faith is powerful. There is a faith that fails. There is a faith that is worthless. James says that faith without works is dead. The deeds we do are the natural outgrowth of our faith. If there are no deeds, no wo

    Faith that Fails Not all faith is powerful. There is a faith that fails. There is a faith that is worthless. James says that faith without works is dead. The deeds we do are the natural outgrowth of our faith. If there are no deeds, no works of the flesh, then there is no real faith because ...read more

  • A Place Where Anyone Can Fit In

    Contributed by Cary Paulk on Feb 14, 2002
    based on 357 ratings
     | 11,054 views

    A call for the church to be a place that mirrors the description of the multitude of saints that are worshipping in heaven.

    A Place Where Anyone Can Fit In James 2:1-9 February 10, 2002 Introduction: • Stand as we pray the Lord’s Prayer together. • There is a part of that prayer that I wonder if we ever really notice. • The part that says Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven? • I ...read more

  • Do You Play Favorites? (Pt. 1)

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 29, 2002
    based on 31 ratings
     | 2,966 views

    In our treatment of people, we must see all people as equally valuable rather than treating some better than others because of how they might benefit us.

    James 2:1-13 “Do you play favorites?” June 27, 1999 Everybody has favorites. [Ask different people in the congregation what their favorite items are in these categories: food, ice cream, car, color, time of year, holiday]. When I was growing up, my mom had it pretty easy whenever she was ...read more

  • What's Jesus's Favourite - The Box Of Chocolates

    Contributed by John Foster on Dec 24, 2001
    based on 303 ratings
     | 6,342 views

    This sermon is a mini childrens address using a box of chocolates as a prop. The people are asked which chocolate would be Jesus’s favourite. After lots of interaction, the sermon concludes that Jesus loves all people the same, we are all His favourite

    This is an outline of an interactive childrens address. The message is that Jesus loves us all equally. -------------- TIPS ------------------- You need to take along a box of chocolates I take along a box of chocolates and hand them out after the service or give them to the Sunday ...read more