James 5:13-18. An often misunderstood passage shows us the power and necessity of prayer in the community of believers.
James 5:12. James begins the conclusion of his letter with the priority and reminder to watch our language as we are prone to make oaths and promises we can not keep.
James 4:13-17. Do we consider the will of God concerning our dreams, plans, and objectives?
James 4:11-12. James returns to the sin and danger of our language. When we defame others with our language it reveals a deeper sin problem that resides in our hearts.
James 4:7-10. This is a clear and comprehensive list of the elements of salvation. James is speaking directly to people that are deceived in the genuineness of their salvation.
James 4:4-6. Man’s natural pursuit is for his own glory and pride and not the glory of God. Despite this sin, God gives more grace to Christians.
James 4:1-3. Although it seems that externally we are being attacked by others, the real war is taking place internally with with our passions and desires.
James 3:14-18. There is a dark path that worldly wisdom leads down and a path filled with peace who follow gospel wisdom.
James 3:13. James discusses two types of wisdom and how they affect behavior.
James 3:5b-12. James continues his thought concerning the dangers of our tongue and how it is fueled by hell.