The majority of the New Testament one anothers assume the presence of the potential of conflict: Forgive one another; be kind to one another; don’t provoke one another; stop envying one another; etc. The instruction in James 5:9 is no different. The apostle writes, “Do note grumble against one another, brothers.” What does this mean and how do we obey this command?
Scripture References: James 5:9
A sermon series on the one anothers of the New Testament from the pulpit of Brackenhurst Baptist Church.
|The Olivet Discourse: An Overview (Matthew 24:1–28)||Doug Van Meter||7 December 2003||Listen|
|Apocalypse Then (Matthew 24:4–14)||Doug Van Meter||14 December 2003||Listen|
|Great Tribulation (Matthew 24:15–21)||Doug Van Meter||18 January 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation II (Matthew 24:22–28)||Doug Van Meter||25 January 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation III (Matthew 24:29–30)||Doug Van Meter||1 February 2004||Listen|
|Great Tribulation IV (Matthew 24:31–35)||Doug Van Meter||1 February 2004||Listen|
|Whose World Is It Anyway? (Matthew 24:30)||Doug Van Meter||8 February 2004||Listen|
|The Certainty of Christ's Coming (Matthew 24:36–51)||Doug Van Meter||15 February 2004||Listen|
|Introducing Revelation (Revelation 1:1)||Doug Van Meter||28 November 2004||Listen|
|Revelation: The Prologue (Revelation 1:1-3)||Doug Van Meter||5 December 2004||Listen|