Memory is a wonderful thing. It can be jogged and triggered and even shared. But even when we share an experience we may not have the same memory of it. The psalmist tells us there are several important items to remember when we think about our experiences. Discover those items
Churches have disagreed and divided over serious issues, as well as over issues that seemed serious but were trivial. What happens when we disagree? How do we determine what matters? Paul discusses this with the Roman church, and we get to listen in on the conversation!
James’ prescription for times of difficulty, testing, and trials is seemingly simple: rejoice in the opportunity, realize God is at work, rely on perseverance to have its work of completing God’s plan, recognize that wisdom is not only needed but provided, and remember that you are God’s child with tremendous
Usually, when facing difficulty, the question is asked “Why me?” James reminds his audience – which includes us – to keep a right perspective when facing difficulty and times of testing. He tells us there are always those doing better, and those worse off then we are but that we
We agree with James’ assessment of life – it comes with trouble! We agree that God uses even difficulty to perfect us and show how powerfully present He is; but how do we hold on while patience is accomplishing its work? Is there any help available? James says there is! Help