Book of James and Book of Jude
These articles address the practical wisdom from James, written to Jewish believers in the early church and from Jude.
Inner Wisdom - James 3
Chapter 3 of James’ letter to Jewish Christians hits hard about how our inner life is always evident in our outer life through words and actions.
James the Brother of Jesus
James deserves recogniton, not for being Jesus' brother, but for the work he did for the church and for a book of the Bible.
Jude - Defend the Faith
Jude warns the church to beware of false believers.
Pride and Quarrels - James 4
In his letter to believers, James paints a picture that is not very pretty. It seems that people don't change. He could have been writing to believers today.
Sharing and Prayer - James 5
James, leader in the early church, continues his teaching on becoming spiritually mature in James chapter 5. He begins by calling out the rich believers, specifically those hoarding wealth.
Spiritual Maturity from the Bible
James wrote a letter to Jewish believers, challenging them to develop a faith that works - a strong and mature faith. We call it the Book of James in the Bible.
Test of Faith - James 2
In the Bible, the book of James is concerned with growing mature faith. Chapter 2 deals with proof of faith.
The Bible on Acceptance - James 2 Christian Living Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Christian Living Site Map
The book of James is filled with practical wisdom about growing a faith that works. James’ teaching was written to Jewish Christians and aimed at developing spiritually mature believers. In chapter 2, James continues his theme by pointing out the sin of favoritism.
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