In part three of this series, we look at perhaps James’ most famous section: James [2:14]-26, which contains the famous verse, “faith without works is dead.” We explore the relationship of action to salvation, a question that is central to the Christian faith. 

We are tempted to make religion or spirituality something that we just believe, whether or not it corresponds to our outward living.  This is not what Jesus intends for us. Our relationship to God is not merely something that exists in our heads.

The gospel is believed and behaved.

Note: you can view the discipleship visual referenced in the sermon here.

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