James: Christianity in Blue Jeans

Written by the half-brother of Jesus, the book of James has been described as "Christianity in blue jeans." Right theology must lead to right living. Otherwise, it is worthless. James gives us theology applied.

This series of messages is a verse-by-verse exposition of the book of James by Justin Peters, of Justin Peters Ministries, and were preached during our Sunday Morning Worship Service. Click here for more teaching by Justin Peters.

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Pure and Undefiled Religion (James 1:26-27)

James tells us what pure and undefiled religion looks like: bridling the tongue, caring for the needy, and personal holiness. An exposition of James 1:26-27.

Doers of the Word (James 1:22-25)

Many professing Christians evaluate their love for Jesus based on their feelings for and emotions about Him. We see in today’s text, though, that our love for Jesus is...

The Implanted Word (James 1:19-21)

In today’s text, James instructs his readers to be quick to hear, slow to speak, and slow to anger. There is much more to this than it may at first appear. An expositi...

God: The Good Gift Giver (James 1:17-18)

In this rich passage, we see the confluence of God’s goodness, immutability, and sovereignty. His gifts to us continually flow down up to and including that of our own...

The Pernicious Progression of Temptation (James 1:13-16)

Being tempted in and of itself is not a sin. Left unchecked, however, temptation brings forth sin and sin brings forth death. If we are not diligent to kill sin, it wi...

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