By Pastor Suzanne Clemenz
Scripture: James 2: 1-17
This week we begin a new sermon series at Trinity that will run through the month of September, and for these four Sundays the pastors will be exploring the wisdom found in the book of James in the New Testament. James is a short book, only a few chapters, and it was written as a letter to the early church in general – not to one particular church, but to the church as a whole – and it was meant to be an inspiring and practical letter. James was writing to instruct and give wisdom to the earliest Christians on how to live out their faith, on how to put what they believed about God and the life of Jesus into practice in their daily life. Although it was written 2,000 years ago, what James had to say resonates with striking relevance for us today. Isn’t that still what we are doing – trying to discern what it means to follow God’s will for us in our day-to-day lives?
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