We saw previously that James was concerned about the very serious sin of favouritism as found amongst those to whom he was writing. Whatever the precise problem, it is very apparent that some of those who professed to love God (1:12), to have been born
One of my daughters recently came across an advertisement for Summer Classes for Men at the Adult Learning Center. Fourteen classes were offered to help men, including: How to Fill Up the Ice Cube Trays—Step by step, with slide presentation The Toilet Paper Roll: Does
It’s all too easy to make a profession of faith; it’s quite another thing to practice the faith. And the often glaring dichotomy between the two is evident throughout church history, both to the embarrassment of the church and to the delight of the world.
Jesus once said to a group of His disciples, “Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32). The truth, stated poignantly by Jesus in that verse, is simply that the gospel liberates us. “Stand fast therefore in the liberty