James 5:7 – 11 We understood from last week’s write-up, how bad it was to oppress those who have-nots, especially in the church. We understood that the labourer or our employees should be properly and promptly paid for the work … Continue reading
James 5:1 – 6 James begins to write the final part of his letter to the scattered Jews in diaspora who thought they were waiting for the tribulation and had acquiesced to the many forms of pain, problems and thorns … Continue reading
James 4: 13 – 17 James was not one of the twelve Apostles that were disciples of Jesus. Not until the resurrection, James never believed in the ministry of Jesus. When Jesus was raised by the Spirit of God and … Continue reading
1) We are well aware that God created all things.
2) Is Evil part of the things God created?
3) If the second statement is correct, did God create Evil?
Please find out on the 23rd of September 2017 0900Hrs…
See you there!
James 4:6 – 12 Looking back at the beginning of this chapter or more so towards the end of chapter three, we were able to garner that there are two natures in the life of every believer – one is … Continue reading
James 4: 2 – 5 We are reminded again and again that the Book and the message of James was written and directed towards the Jews in dispersion. They had received and responded positively to the message of the Gospel … Continue reading
Matthew 14:15-33 The disciples were with Him on the day He multiplied five loaves and two fish to feed the multitude that wanted His attention – representing thousands of people that must have benefitted from just that one miracle. From … Continue reading
James 3: 14 – 18, 4:1 The only creatures on planet Earth carrying two kinds of nature are the Believers. There is what we call the Old Sin Nature or OSN – the original nature we were born with, infused … Continue reading
James 3: 7 – 13 We are reminded that the Book of James was written predominantly to the Jews who were in diaspora. There was no mention of the Gentile world or people in this book and as such, many, … Continue reading
James 3: 3 – 6 We have come to understand through studying this Epistle of James that the content and message of the Book was predominantly to the Jewish sect in diaspora; many of the issues mentioned in the book … Continue reading