Prayer is always appropriate for the believer—when you are suffering, when you are satisfied, and when you are sick.
When you say yes, mean yes. And when you say no, mean no.
We are not to follow the same pattern of retaliation and vengeance we see in the world when we’re mistreated and abused. Instead, God calls us to patience.
God condemns hoarding wealth, extorting wealth, and squandering wealth.
A presumptuous attitude leads to a practical atheism.
Instead of slandering that person, stop, get down on your knees, and pray for them.
Submission to God puts us in a right relationship with Him and keeps us in a right relationship with others.
Real faith justifies you before God and results in a lifestyle that justifies you before men.
You may never want to be the victim of discrimination, but are you guilty of perpetrating it?
You can not only overcome, but also grow through, the trials and temptations of life by properly responding to the Bible—accepting it, acting on it, and acquainting others with it.
Temptation gives birth to sin, and sin to death, but the Word of God gives birth to life.
When Christians lament over poverty or boast in wealth, they are essentially telling the world, “Jesus isn’t enough.”
An introduction and survey of the book of James.
Worldliness puts us at odd both with those around us and with God.
Earthly wisdom says me; heavenly wisdom says meekness.
It is unnatural for a Christian’s tongue to speak both praise and prejudice.
God promises the wisdom necessary to endure the trials of life to those that ask Him for it in faith.
When everything crumbles, show everyone Christ.