We continue our January series of studies on God, our Father. Tonight, we look at ways God lifts (exalts) us if we remember and follow the wisdom of this text in Scripture.
Now that Black Friday has come and gone, did you find the perfect gift for everyone? What is it that makes the perfect gift?
We experience virtually the same kinds of problems today that Christians to whom James was writing faced. We need a faith to live by in the midst of all these problems just like those first century Christians needed.
Jesus definitely believed in prayer, and so must we.
It’s Final Exam week for our University students, and we wish them well as the Fall semester comes to a close. As students have multiple exam days, so does the child of God as he/she looks into the mirror of God’s Word and sees what we must do and what we must not do. The…
Not everyone who claims to be religious is. In this text, James provides three tests for the reality of our religion, both individually and congregationally.
Each of us has a brain for thinking about where to go and feet to carry us where we decide to go. The question is “Where will we go?”
We often get caught up in living for the moment and forget to include God in our plans.
Suffering is one common denominator that we all share. In fact, suffering is one of the most common factors that lead people away from God, but yet He tells us to count our suffering as a blessing. What good can even come from suffering? Let us join together and search the Word of God to…
Does Scripture contradict itself? If so, how can I trust it? Is it really inspired? These questions are raised when we read what both Paul and James say about faith and works.