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Doug Van Meter - 3 Feb 2013

What Now? (James 2:1-26)


In the light of what we have been hearing in recent weeks, about loving our neighbour as ourselves (Leviticus 19); about bringing forth fruit that is evidence of repentance (Luke 3); and about seeing and “receiving” the unwanted (Genesis 16); the relevant question is, what now? BBC, what, will we do—now? Perhaps there is no passage more relevant from which to address this question than the one that follows immediately on the heels of the passage we were left meditating on last Sunday night (James 1:27). This morning we will study James 2:1-26 and focus on three marks of saving faith.

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