The Faith That Saves
James confronts his readers with two types of faith, one that is useless and one that works. Called to recognize that a useless "faith" is nothing more than lip service and mental assent, Christians are to recognize that it is works which demonstrate whether or not faith is genuine. By looking at three principles of faith we find that faith and works are intertwined and that genuine faith grows to maturity as it is exercised daily.
The Christian Family
We can only understand the Christian family within the context of the church family—and that begins by understanding the church ...
The ripple effects of sin—even forgiven sin—often extend far beyond the original offense. Examining the consequences of David’s transgression with ...
You Are the Man—Part One
Externally, King David’s attempt to cover up Uriah’s murder appeared successful—but the Lord saw it and was displeased. In His ...