Cedar Crest Bible Fellowship Church
A view into what is in store for those who have cheated and abused us.
Some examples of arrogance, along with a discussion about how to determine God's will for your life.
James gives us several commands and promises related to submitting to God and resisting the devil.
Four movements within this text about divisions and fights within the church.
Does your conduct indicate that you live by demonic wisdom or divine wisdom?
The character of the tongue, and it's connection to our heart.
A warning about the dangers of the tongue, especially for teachers.
What is the nature of true saving faith? And do I have it?
Faith without producing works is not saving faith.
Why did Jesus have to die and rise again?
Scenes of Christ's suffering from the Gospel of Luke.
The triumphal entry of Jesus raises the questions why are you following Jesus and what are your expectations from the King?
James further defines the sin of partiality, and show us how to have love and compassion for our neighbor.
Partiality is condemned by God, especially for Christians.
God calls us to care for widows and orphans, and to live a holy life.
Listen to the Word of God and then do what it says.
What is our view of God, and what do we allow in our lives to influence our disposition to God?
God is the immutable good giver who gives us perfect gifts.
A review of the Vision 2020 goals of praying, caring, serving, speaking, and training.
James summarizes his section on trials by encouraging us, correcting us, and warning us.