James says it is arrogant for us to presume to know the future. Our foolishness shows when we make plans without considering the counsel of God.
How do we view our wealth? Visiting pastor Mike Frison explores this area of our lives in his sermon from James 5:1-5:
Phillip Burch encouraged us this morning to consider what it means to hear what God has to say and what it means to do what God says we should do. Reading is important. Understanding necessary. But absent action, absent behavior, and we deceive ourselves if we think we are spiritual simply because we hear read God’s Word. What a good challenge for all believers everywhere.
James 2:14-26. RE Scott Shaw helps us gain a better grasp of what “faith” is about.