The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering
How did James go from a skeptical, unbelieving brother to a sold-out, church-leading servant of Christ? That seems like such an unlikely transformation
We're all guilty of biased judgements and partiality. The book of James offers a mirror with which to examine ourselves: are we 'judges with evil thoughts'?
Satan is the evil ruler of this present age, but why did God create him in the first place? Didn’t He know Satan would wreak havoc on His creation?
Do you think your speech doesn't matter to God? When we aren't mindful of our language, remember: it's our legacy that's at stake
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