Sunday, October 6, 2019 @ 10:30 am

Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019 @ 10:30 am

Most of us remember the saying from our childhood, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  We know that statement is not true.  Words can and do hurt.

You may be thinking of some words at this moment that were directed at you as a child, by a classmate, parent, sibling, teacher or someone else, that wounded you deeply, and they have gone with you even to this present day.

James, in his letter, is basically teaching believers about what maturity in our faith should look like.  So far, we have learned about faith and wisdom (Chapter 1), faith and works (Chapter 2), and now we are going to learn about faith and words (Chapter 3).  Much is revealed about a believer’s maturity by the words that they speak, and James deals with the meanest member of the body—the tongue, in James 3:1-12.  May we all learn how to control our tongues, and speak words that encourage, rather than discourage, and build up the body of Christ.

Other Sermons in this Series

Prone to Wander

January 5, 2020

Praying for the Sick

December 15, 2019

When Life Happens, Pray!

December 8, 2019

Be Patient. He Is Coming!

November 24, 2019

Money Matters

November 17, 2019

Life Is Really Short

November 10, 2019

Who Elected You Judge?

November 3, 2019

A Case for Humility

October 27, 2019

The Pursuit of Pleasure

October 20, 2019

Where Real Wisdom Comes From

October 13, 2019

The Meanest Member of the Body

October 6, 2019

Real Faith Works

September 29, 2019

No Place for Partiality

September 22, 2019


September 15, 2019

God Is Good. All the Time.

September 8, 2019

Conquering Temptation

September 1, 2019

Your Perspective From Your Position

June 23, 2019