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Below you can find a list of past sermons on the topic of James.s

Watch Your Heart With Diligence

James 4:1-10

Key Thought: Everything we do flows from what is in our heart.

  1. Guard your heart against selfish desires (v1-3)

– They cause quarrels and fights.

  1. Keep your heart true to God (v4-6)

– If you allow your heart to rebel and choose to be a friend of the world, then you are making yourself to be an enemy of God.

  1. Surrender your heart to God (v7-10)

– As you submit yourself to the authority of God and live a life of purity, he will lift you up.


  1. Are you envious of someone or coveting something that belongs to another person? Stop. Count your blessings and thank God for what you have.
  1. What is one area in your life that God is asking you to change? Take concrete steps to do so.


Blessed Chinese New Year

Numbers 6:22-27 Main idea: The purpose of the Priestly Blessing is for us to remember God is our greatest blessing of all. Remember, God initiates the blessings ⁠Remember, all blessings flow from God’s presence ⁠Remember, we bear His name Application: What are the worries and fears that you have in this faith journey as the… Continue Reading

Honour God with Our Tongue

James 3:1-12  Main point: we honour God with our speech when we control our tongue and edify people. A teacher ought to reflect biblical character because their words have widespread influence. The tongue can be a powerful influence for good (vv2-4) Right speech is a sign of Christian maturity (2b) The tongue is what a… Continue Reading

Put God’s Word Into Practice

James 1:19-27  Main idea: Do Not Stop at Hearing God’s Word, Do it! Practise God’s word in controlling our anger. (vv19 – 21) Quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger. Receive God’s word with meekness. Practise God’s word by not deceiving ourselves (vv22 – 25) Do not deceive ourselves. Persevere with actions. Practise… Continue Reading

Maturity Through Trials

James 1:1-12  Main point: When we endure trials, it produces spiritual maturity and leads to God’s eternal reward. The Trials and Difficulties Believers Face Definition of trial Trials of the early church The trials we face The Attitude to Hold – Joy Enduring Trials Brings Spiritual Maturity The Reward of Enduring Trials   Reflection: Looking… Continue Reading