James 1: 12 – 18 He returns to his earlier theme of encouraging his Jewish counterparts in the midst of temptation and trial. One would have thought that he had ended his treatise on the subject, but he presents another … Continue reading
James 1: 9 – 11 James had just finished his presentation on the issue of double mindedness, and according to the Greek culture, the word was described as dipsychos in the Greek language, which perfectly describes someone who is two … Continue reading
James 1: 5 – 8 From our last publication, we understood that the Jews were under intense trouble, pain and persecution because of the various challenges they were subjected to from their taskmasters. We were also able to learn that … Continue reading
James 1: 1 – 4 As we read the first chapter and verse of this book as the introduction by James, one would have expected him to start his introductory notes as being the brother of our Lord Jesus, but … Continue reading
Now we know who his audience was and the reason (the Jews were under immense trials, tribulation and were in pain) why this Epistle was penned in the first place. James was the half-brother of our Lord Jesus; he joined … Continue reading
One of the hormones secreted by the adrenal gland is called ADRENALIN. Medical experts have arrived at a conclusion that this is the hormone responsible for, or is used to stimulate human beings to fight, to flee or to be frightened. It increases glucose and cardiac output to the muscles and is stimulated by the emotions.
Emotion can then be said to be a subjective experience associated with mood, temperament, personality and disposition, root of which is motivation. Sometimes, we tend to associate truth to our feelings or our emotions; we tend to ask or are asked about what we feel on issues.
Adolph Hitler was described as a very persuasive and radical dictator. As an idealist, he became so powerful because to most Germans, he was their hope… he was their “Savior”. But his radical deliberations and goals were eventually too much for the world to brushoff, so he eventually led to the country’s eventual decline…
Adolph Hitler said, “I use EMOTIONS for the majority and reserve REASON for the few”. In other words, he discovered that many are ruled by their emotions and very few are thinkers.
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We continue in our study as we introduce the writer of the Book of James. From our last article, we understood that the Epistle was written by the stepbrother of Jesus who became a Christian when he discovered that Jesus … Continue reading
The New Testament part of the Bible, mentioned a few people by the name James and there is also an Epistle of James written by one of the mentioned James. Our remit in this piece, is to make known to … Continue reading
Welcome to 2017. Like the Apostle prayed, we pray and ask that God, the glorious Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, would give you spiritual wisdom and insight so that you may grow in your knowledge of God. We pray … Continue reading