Sermons on James
James 1:2-4 The Lord brings trials to strengthen our faith and patience.
James 2:26 We are justified by faith alone, but not by a faith that is alone: it will transform our lives into Jesus’ image.
James 4:10 There are certain qualities that God places a high value on in His people. One of them is humility.
James 2:14-26 The faith that saves is the kind that produces good works.
James 2:26 Though it’s true that we’re saved by grace through faith alone (as we saw earlier in this series), we are not saved by a faith that is alone. True saving faith will always be accompanied by works. If it isn’t, it’s a dead faith that can’t save.
James 1:19-27 It is not enough to hear the Word of God. It is not enough even to hear it with enjoyment. We must do the things God tells us in the Bible, or we are hypocrites. As we begin a new year, we are challenged to do what we are commanded in the Word.
James 4:6 As we reflect on the kind of people that God can use, we examine several Biblical tests that help us to assess the degree of our humility.
James 1:13-16 We consider one of the many things that keeps us from following Jesus: not taking sin as seriously as we should. Our sins may seem small to us, but even the smallest sin is an abomination to God.
James 1:1-4 We consider three points as we seek to answer the question, „Why does the Lord send trials?„: *First, what is a trial? *Second, why does God send trials? *And third, what should we do when He sends them?
James 2:22 Tonight we look at another reason that good works are the best evidence of a true faith. Since God saves us for good works, these works are the goal of our faith, and they complete our faith.
James 1:19-27 As we face the beginning of a new year, we are urged from James 1:19-27 and other passages of Scripture not just to be diligent in our reading of the Word, but also to allow that Word to conform us more and more into the image of Christ.
James 5:19-20 This morning we examine the principle of spiritual declension and how we must fervently seek the Lord in order to avoid it. James has closed his letter with three final thoughts: oaths and vows, godly responses to God’s varying providences, and finally, s