Jeremy Sarber On Life & Scripture
Jeremy Sarber

Justification from Paul’s faith to James’s works

Series: Double-Mindedness

The greatest danger is knowing about God, accepting Christ and his gospel intellectually, and identifying as a Christian without it transforming our lives.

We’re looking for the wrong kind of glory in people

Series: Double-Mindedness

Whether it’s a celebrity, winning the championship game, or the breathtaking view at the top of a mountain, our hearts are attracted to glory for better or worse.

Combating double-mindedness with the word of truth

Series: Double-Mindedness

James is trying to show us how to mend our divided hearts and lead us toward singular devotion to God. Where does that start? It starts with the word of God.

Christian, do you want to be made whole?

Series: Double-Mindedness

James’s overarching theme is that we become whole and people of integrity. However, James does not instruct us to rely on ourselves. He continually points us to God.

The cure for the Christian’s divided heart

Series: Double-Mindedness

James may not be the most systematic author of the Bible, but there is a central theme connecting all of his epistle’s various teachings—double-mindedness.

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