When trials come, our reactions often include fear, anger, or grief. But joy? Happiness and hard times don’t often mix. Yet, Alistair Begg will explain how we can experience joy and peace When Trials Come. Discover a biblical perspective on Truth For Life, with Alistair Begg!
“Faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.”
The letter of James is vital reading whenever the believer is tempted to be content with knowledge devoid of action, to cultivate the world’s friendship rather than God’s, and to tolerate disorder and selfish ambition. As we’ll learn, James shows us that the outward display of faith will find its roots in the inward transformation that has already taken place. These studies provide a forceful and timely reminder that our creed must be seen in our conduct and our attitude must display itself in action.
|When Trials Come, Part One||James 1:1-3|
|When Trials Come, Part Two||James 1:2-4|
|Asking God for Wisdom||James 1:5-8|
|Rich Man, Poor Man||James 1:12|
|The Genuine Article||James 1:9-11|
|When Tempted...||James 1:13-18|
|The Word of Truth||James 1:18|
|Don't Kid Yourselves!||James 1:22|
|Do What It Says||James 1:22-25|
|Religion, Part One||James 1:26-27|
|Religion, Part Two||James 1:27|
Although this message was sent to the south and referred to the offspring of Israel, it may profitably be a summons to ourselves. We are naturally backward to all good things, and it is a lesson of grace to learn ...