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  • James Series

    Contributed by Richard Pfeil on Apr 18, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 4,338 views

    a biographical sketch of James

    “JAMES” TEXT: LUKE 9:51-56 Sunday, March 21, 2004 That [choir anthem] is hard to follow. That is a great song. If you have seen The Passion of the Christ, it deepens that song and every song about the Crucifixion all the more, doesn’t it? It’s incredible what God did. It does leave you in a ...read more

  • James Series

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Feb 7, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,652 views

    FOCAL POINT: CONFESSION, THE CURE FOR SIN

    JAMES PART 5 OF A 5 PART SERIES JAMES 5:13-18 KEY VERSE: JAMES 5: 16 FOCAL POINT: CONFESSION, THE CURE FOR SIN INTRODUCTION: THE AUTHOR IDENTIFIES HIMSELF AS JAMES, LIKELY A HALF BROTHER OF JESUS AND LEADER WITHIN THE JERUSALEM CHURCH. JAMES DID NOT IDENTIFY IMMEDIATELY WITH THE MINISTRY OF ...read more

  • James Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Jan 31, 2022
     | 1,558 views

    The importance of LIVING your Faith

    January 29, 2022 On to the Book of JAMES Most scholars believe the author of this letter was the brother of Jesus and was written perhaps as early as 49 AD. This book has not always been well received. It was the last book to be accepted into the biblical canon and Martin Luther said it was an ...read more

  • James Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Apr 9, 2022
     | 1,858 views

    Even after more than two years of miracles, James is a skeptic. It would, after all, be rather hard to swallow the idea that the brother you had grown up with was the Son of God.

    Jesus came from a big family. Matthew 13:55-56 names Jesus' brothers: James, Joseph, Simon, and Judas and mentions sisters (plural), so He had at least six siblings. James is consistently named first when Jesus' brothers are listed, which in his day likely meant that he was the eldest of ...read more

  • James: An Exposition Of James 2 Series

    Contributed by David Wilson on Feb 26, 2009
    based on 5 ratings
     | 6,728 views

    A look at James Chapter two encouraging the reader to view the book of James in full context with practical applications for the believer. This entire series is available as an ebook entitled "James: Who has Superior Faith" via the ibook store (itunes)

    Introduction James is my favorite book of the Bible. I have always been drawn to its practical approach and straightforward method of approaching the subject of living one’s faith. James doesn’t spend a lot of time discussing doctrine, though the book is full of doctrinal concepts. Instead, ...read more

  • James: An Introduction And Exposition Of James I Series

    Contributed by David Wilson on Feb 26, 2009
    based on 11 ratings
     | 31,333 views

    A in-depth look at James Chapter one encouraging the reader to view the book of James in full context. This entire series is also available as an IBOOK via ITUNES for the nominal cost of $4.95

    Introduction James is my favorite book of the Bible. I have always been drawn to its practical approach and straightforward method of approaching the subject of living one’s faith. James doesn’t spend a lot of time discussing doctrine, though the book is full of doctrinal concepts. Instead, ...read more

  • Introduction To James Series

    Contributed by Dennis Clark on Feb 26, 2001
    based on 78 ratings
     | 3,609 views

    These sermons rely heavily(I mean HEAVILY) upon John McCarther’s New Testament Commentaries. Only the errors are mine

    James I. Introduction A. James begins with common ground 1. Slave to God the Father 2. Slave to God the Son 3. To the Twelve Tribes scattered abroad. (in totality) 4. Not written to Jewish Christians, but Christian Jews B. Joy 1. Christian joy is not a case of giggles during a period of ...read more

  • Introduction To James Series

    Contributed by Chip Monck on May 4, 2005
    based on 26 ratings
     | 9,064 views

    This is the introductory message to a series on the book of James. It explores the background of the letter, and then reviews the first 8 verses. The theme of the message involves the strive for holiness, and the wisdom available to us from God.

    Today we launch our exploration through the book of James. Let’s start off with some James trivia. Bible trivia is great to play because everyone wins. If you know the answers, you get confirmation of your Biblical knowledge. If you don’t know the answers, you learn something new. It is a ...read more

  • The Metamorphosis Of James Series

    Contributed by Daniel Colvin on Jan 6, 2004
    based on 9 ratings
     | 6,470 views

    A look at the changed life of James

    The Metamorphosis of James the Brother of Jesus James 1:1 Introduction James’ passion bleeds out over the words that he uses. He has the passion of a sincere Jewish Christian and may well be called the Amos (after the prophet) of the new covenant. It is thick with pastoral encouragement, and ...read more

  • James- An Overview Series

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Sep 11, 2003
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,296 views

    An overview of the book of James, given as a launch to a sermon and cell series

    An overview of the book of James 11/09/03 Speed read the whole book 1. THE AUTHOR - I don’t want to steal the thunder of the studies I’ve prepared, which covers possible authors (read it) Suffice to say that my conclusion is, along with that of tradition, that this is written by Jesus’ younger ...read more

  • Introduction To James

    Contributed by Johnny A. Palmer Jr. on Apr 2, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,560 views

    This is one tough book that we all need to be confronted by.

    Intro: 1. Swindoll, “Haven’t you come across the writing of a particular individual you’d love to spend an evening with? One of those people in my life is James. He is practical. He is insightful. He is also gusty, honest, and sincere to the core. He’s a rare find ...read more

  • James Intro Series

    Contributed by Jimmy Haile on May 21, 2011
     | 3,093 views

    A study of the book of James

    Who are these Tribes? Well this is a reference to Israel to the Jews! For the early Church primarily consisted of Jews. These Jews had been scattered abroad because of their Faith in Christ. This word-scattered means that they were scattered like seed. God permitted this test of the Jerusalem ...read more

  • Introduction To James Series

    Contributed by Guy Mcgraw on Jan 21, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,185 views

    James introduces himself to his readers

    BIG JOHN COMING TO TOWN: New man made bartender and warned by owner, ‘If you hear Big John is coming drop everything and run for your life’. Months later a white faced cowhand ran in yelling, ‘Big John is coming to town’. Before the bartender could run into the saloon can a huge man riding a ...read more

  • James - An Introduction Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Aug 21, 2013
     | 4,749 views

    The letter that is written by James to the Jews scattered abroad is a letter that is often misunderstood and misused.

    A Study of the Letter of James James 1:1 August 14, 2013 James is a book that has long been misunderstood by many believers! We have seen some great men of faith come to the conclusion that what James seems to teach is in conflict with the teachings of grace from the Apostle Paul. Martin Luther ...read more

  • James 4

    Contributed by Kyle Gray on May 20, 2009
     | 4,052 views

    James tells us how to turn hatred into humility, judgment into justice and boasting into belief.

    There is a stark contrast in tone from chapter 3 to chapter 4 Chapter 3 (taming the tongue) closes with words like peace, gentleness, mercy, good fruits…it kind of ends on a good tone…but CH 4 contains words like fights, quarrels, lust, hate, envy, pride and sin. In CH 4 James gives clear advice on ...read more