Jesus addresses the issue of doubt in the believers life. It is possible to have disbelief, awe, and wonder. It’s in the midst of disbelief that God reveals himself and strengthens our faith. When that happens it radically shifts our impact and focus.
Inequity abounds in our society. However, in James day the inequity was amplified by the oppressionof the wealthy against those who worked for them. James addresses the issue by speaking directly to the culture of oppression, and condemning their lack of empathy. He reminds us of our duty to address inequity as modern day believers.
Are you walking in God’s Will, or blazing your own path in life? Is the path line with self worship, affection for everything but God, or even arrogant spiritual pride? It’s time to walk in God’s perfect will.
As we believers work out our faith, we must seek Godly wisdom.
Our words shape our faith. In James 3, James addresses our words.
The heart of the matter is a matter of the heart when it comes to a dynamic growing faith.
Faith is not an ethereal feeling. It requires action and motion that produces fruit in the life of the believer.
God calls us to a faith that deals with our doubt and produces a heart that is willing to work.