In this lesson we discuss James 3:1-12 and the warnings God gives about how we speak to each other. If you like to talk to other people in person or online, you need to watch this lesson!
We pick up where we left off last week by examining the rest of the beatitudes and how having each of these traits in our lives contributes to spiritual nourishment.
David said that God desires truth in the innermost being (Psalm 51:6). What did he mean by that?
Our series in James continues as Jon discusses James 2:14-26 and what God considers to be real, legitimate faith.
What do Christians need to get spiritual nourishment every day? We open this series by examining what the Bible says about the right perspective and going to the beatitudes for some pointers.
Philip preached the gospel of the kingdom (Acts 8:12). What is the good news of the kingdom of God?
Withdrawing fellowship. A forgotten commandment by many, a controversial one among many who remember it. Why did God command Christians to do this? In this sermon Jon discusses church discipline, how to go about it, the biblical purposes behind it, and other things to keep in mind about it.
Our series in James continues as Jon discusses James 2:1-13 and God’s rebuke to Christians who showed partiality to the rich over the poor.
We continue our study of the book of James by examining James 1:5-27. In this passage James discusses receiving wisdom from God and how that wisdom is shown and used in several aspects of the Christian’s daily life, such as their faith, their view of the rich, their reaction to hardship, their reaction to temptation,…
God told us to “rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.” How can we do that continually, even during the difficult times of life? The author of the loved hymn It Is Well With My Soul wrote that song after experiencing continual pain and sorrow. What can we learn from him?