Many know what it is to be 'saved,' to become a Christian, but living a saved or Christian life can be quite another matter, especially when things don't turn out as we expect them to be.
In this book the writer takes us through the book of James, a book addressed to a people who had retreated and cooled off in their faith because of varying temptations and trials - things hadn't turned out as they had expected.
This is no book of straw as Martin Luther the Reformer claimed but a book with a vital and powerful message for all God's people down through the centuries and needed as much today - it is a message of steel.
Covering a range of human experience - trials and temptations, partiality, faith and works, the tongue, anger and more - James turns out to be a lovingly challenging book that gets under our skin and roots out the problem and drives us to the answer.
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About the Author
Richard has been been involved in leading three churches, and his ministry has taken him to Romania, Kenya and the DRC. He presently serves as one of the elders of Gateway Church in Ashford, Kent, where he is also involved in leading a foundation course in Biblical and Systematic Theology.