A greater grace . . . A GREATER grace! That’s what God has for you as you endeavor to live your life this side of Heaven. No matter what you have done, where you have been, or what you have said, our God has a greater grace for you today!
James, the little brother of Jesus, is a black and white kind of guy! His letter to the early church is painfully practical, and holds a lot of juice for the church today! My prayer as I teach this Bible Study is that you will never, never, never give up trying to be just like Jesus!
The question that I am always confronted with when I read the Bible is this one: “Carol, do you want to do life your way, or God’s way?” This singular question holds profound weight as we continue our Bible study today in James chapter 4.
Is your tongue schizophrenic? Does your tongue have a split personality? Well today, we are going to work on using your tongue for one purpose, and one purpose alone: to honor and glorify God!
Who doesn’t need help with their tongues?! Who doesn’t wish that they could press rewind and take back words spoken in anger or frustration? Today’s teaching will encourage you to take a breath, and reevaluate the purpose of your tongue!
Your tongue is about a one-pound muscle. But my, my, my! What damage this small muscle can do! It’s time for you tongue to stop criticizing, and to start complimenting. It’s time for your tongue to stop wounding, and to start healing. It’s time!
Open up your mouth and say, “Ahhh!” Do you have it? Do you have mouth disease? In today’s program, we are going to be addressing the issue of our tongues! I hope that today’s teaching will encourage you to use your tongue for the purpose for which it was created.
What does it mean that your faith without works is useless? What is faith? And why is it useless without works? And what are works? Oh, so many questions. And we will attempt to answer them all on today’s program!
What does it take to be called a friend of God? It might surprise you how simple it actually is. It takes faith to be considered a friend of God. I’m so glad you joined me today as we learn how to develop a vital, dynamic friendship with God!
James is speaking true Christianity in today’s bible study. James reminds all of us that we must not judge others based on income, appearance, education, or even color of skin. If you really want to be like Jesus, you will love others the way he did.
Are you merely a hearer? Or are you doer of the word of God as well? You see, if you’re only a hearer, you will be missing out on the extravagant blessing of God. Today’s lesson will be a kick in the pants to some of you, and a challenge to all of you.
What do you need to lay aside? Have you embraced bad attitudes, compromising behavior, or ugly habits as part of your life? If so, then today's teaching is for you. Join me as we grow in our faith and in our walk with the Lord through this study in the book of James.
I have a new life philosophy today! This is the philosophy: "Quick! Slow! Slow!" That's right, I said, "Quick, slow, slow!" You must be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to anger. Join me today as we listen to what Paul has to say about this life philosophy.
The book of James helps believers deal with that dreaded issue of sin. We don't often like to talk about sin, do we? Jesus still loves us when we sin, but He has so much more for us than what sin has to offer! I hope that today's program will be an encouragement to you!
Did you know that God doesn't tempt you? James assures all believers in all millennia that God Himself does not send evil, nor does He tempt those He loves! God wants you to walk in triumph over sin. If you are struggling, today's program is for you!
Today's lesson, from the book of James, is about money...it's about stuff...and provision. One of the challenges of living for Christ is having a healthy view of relationships with finances. I pray that after today's lesson, you will have God's opinion on money!
What do you lack? Do you have a shortage of money? Do you lack a car? An education? Out of everything you could lack in life - wisdom must be the most serious lack. Today's lesson will ensure that you will never make another decision without wisdom!
Today's lesson addresses the topic of testing. I hope that this study from the book of James will convince you that tests are not negative occurrences in the life of a believer, but are actually opportunities for growth and for faith!
The book of James was written to believers who were suffering and being persecuted for their faith. These believers were experiencing the most difficult days of their lives. Are you going through a hard time? Is your world falling apart? The book of James is for you!
We're going to start a brand new Bible Study today. It's a study on the book of James from the New Testament. This Bible Study will challenge you to live passionately and wholeheartedly for Christ! Welcome to the Book of James.