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"You have Dishonoured the Poor!" (James 2:6): The Forgotten Prejudice

            Let us begin with a thought experiment, that may not apply to everyone but most certainly to some: You are walking down the street, an urban street aligned with many shops. 2,271 more words

Cultural Analysis

Book of James; How to Develop Patience

Published on Apr 8, 2014
Pastor Reid Olson of Crossroads Church of Greeley teaches on James 5:7-20 as a wrap up to the Epistle of James. 36 more words

Leadership

How to Be Wise with Your Wealth

James 5:1-6 says a little something about seeking wealth over seeking God.

Leadership

03 Joy Without Enjoyment

Have you ever watched someone else suffer–especially someone you love?

I have a high pain threshold and I am not squeamish about my own blood. But I remember when the local medical staff had to remove part of our road from our youngest son’s face after a bicycle mishap he had as a child. 728 more words

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02 Beyond Unbelief

James has moved a knight to open. Maybe he’s going to castle early. In any case, his opening is bold and purposeful: “James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ…” 880 more words

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01 Opening Move

The opening moves of a chess game are extremely important. To play them well you must have the proper objectives in mind. Aimless, purposeless moves lead nowhere and moves made with faulty objectives lead to trouble.

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Reflections on the First Sunday of Lent

Today is the first Sunday of Lent, which means we have made it through 4 of the 40 days of Lent. Sundays do not count in the “40 days” of Lent, because Sundays are like “mini-celebrations” for the Church. 652 more words