Dr. J. Vernon McGee turns to the Epistle of James to present very practical lessons on Christian living. The subject of James is faith. The Epistle of James "pinches," says Dr. McGee. It "hurts you because he gets right down to where we are living-or, more accurately, to where we're not living." He challenges believers to a faith that works and walks in shoe leather. Because James emphasizes the ethics of the Christian faith, Dr. McGee uses the metaphor of "God's University." When life presents us with "quizzes" or "tests," Dr. McGee explains, the believer need not worry because James has provided us not only with the test questions, but also the answers.
Chapters cover such relevant topics as: gossiping, worldly versus heavenly wisdom, the testing of faith through trials, God's condemnation of class distinctions, confession and forgiveness of sins, effective prayer, faith versus works, resisting the devil, and finding the meaning of life.
|Contributor(s)||J. Vernon McGee|
|About the Contributor(s)||J. Vernon McGee
Dr. J. Vernon McGee (1904-1988) spent more than 50 years teaching the Bible on his 'Thru the Bible' radio broadcast. He pastored for more than 40 years and has authored many best-selling books, including Doctrine for Difficult Days.
|Publish Date||Apr 21, 2004|