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Turning From Sin (James 5:19-20)

Faith that Works - a Journey through James  •  Sermon  •  Submitted   •  Presented   •  48:40
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As we complete our Journey through James, we are reminded of those who no longer walk with Jesus. So….NOW WHAT? Do we sit back & write them off as a lost cause OR do we go back in to rescue & restore those who have wandered off?

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James: The MacArthur New Testament Commentary Chapter 16: The Blasphemous Sin of Defaming Others (James 4:11–12)

The Bible has much to say about slander. The Old Testament denounces the sin of slandering God or men more often than it does any other sin. In Leviticus 19:16, God commands His people, “You shall not go about as a slanderer among your people.” It is the mark of a godly man that “he does not slander with his tongue” (Ps. 15:3); it is the mark of the wicked that they do slander others (Ps. 50:19–20; Jer. 6:28; 9:4; Rom. 1:30).

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