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Counting, Knowing, Letting

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James 1:1-4
Someone once said, “Trials are inevitable, but misery is optional.” As James starts his epistle, written to suffering Christians, he immediately jumps into the subject of trials teaching how believers should both view and handle trials in our lives. By viewing trials from God’s perspective, we are able to understand why they are necessary and important for us to grow in our faith and one day become the finished work of God’s grace. In this study, Pastor Jack teaches us that trials test the strength of our faith, keep us humble and dependent on God, wean us from depending on things other than God, give us an eternal mindset, force us to act on our declared love for God, teach us to value God’s blessings, build up our spiritual endurance, and finally to equip us to minister to others.
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James: Christianity In Action (Volume 1)

Picture of James: Christianity In Action (Volume 1)
The book of James has been called "Christianity in Work Clothes" because the writer, James, shows us how to apply biblical truth to our everyday lives. Faith and works are major themes that give this short book its personality. As such, James reminds us that "faith without works is dead." Pastor Jack looks at this relationship, which on the surface seems to contradict the Gospel of grace and presents it in a way that makes sense.
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