Keith Cowart • Sermon • • 32 views
Walking the Walk James 1:19-27; 2:14-24 May 10, 1998 Introduction I’ve shared with you already that I want to preach through a couple of books in the Bible each year. And when I first began to pray about which book I would choose first, I felt drawn to the book of James because of it’s practical nature.…
Kenton Church EPC • Sermon • • 3 views
In elementary school we took a field trip to the Richmond Auditorium. I don't know who was leading the orchestra but one of the things they did was to introduce us to the idea of "musical themes" via Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf. Musical themes are those repetitious melodies that mark the entrance…
Toby L. Soechting • Sermon • • 2 views
Bilical Faith INTRODUCTION: 1. Last week we looked at faithfulness (intensity, integrity, interest in others, intentions). 2. This week, we take a look at the working of faith. (1) Romans 10:17. A. Faith comes by hearing. B. Faith is evident in your doing. (2) Read text: James 1:9-18. 3. Regarding text:…
God makes very clear through His word that our faith isn't faith at all UNLESS it is proven through faith. We are not saved by our works, but rather, our works prove our salvation. Faith is necessarily linked to works. This matters because our testimony of Jesus transforming us is only valid if it can be seen by how we live. The more we exercise our faith, the stronger it becomes. And the stronger our faith is, the more we put on display the transformational power of Jesus.
James: Tools to Fix a Broken Faith
Have you ever had annoying songs stuck in your head? Me too. Have you ever had awful things said to you or about you stuck in your head? Me too. Have you ever hurt someone with your words? Me too. Join us as we discover timeless truths about our words from the book of James.