Sermons on James
We live in difficult times. The Book of James provides us words of encouragement about the goodness of God who gives.
Sin and Satan want us while God is warning you and me. Who will you follow?
We are called to get rid of the sins in our lives and apply the Word of God in our lives. We need to be careful to not only hear the Word of God, but to also to put God’s Word into practice. We need to be careful to not deceive ourselves.
Last week we began to look at three crucial calls from the Book of James. This week we conclude our look at these calls.
The Book of James gives us three crucial calls. We look at these crucial calls in this message.
God is at work perfecting you during times of trials. It’s important to remember that God has a plan behind it.
We go to the book of James, for times like these.
The Bible is emphatic that the God of heaven has placed His Word above His very name, and in that Word are great and precious promises for times like these.
Evangelist Alton Beal tells us that the greatest things in life are not possible to obtain without humility in your life.
Evangelist Tim Schmidt preaches our morning message. Tim emphasizes four themes in his message about the sin of unbelief: (1) Prayer, (2) Confessing Sin (3) Loving the Word of God (4) Walking By Faith.