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Return to New Testament Table SYLLABUS STUDIES IN THE BOOK OF JAMES   LESSON #   SCRIPTURE   LESSON TITLE   #1 INTRODUCTION   #2   JAM 1:1-12 THORNY TRIALS   #3   JAM 1:13-27 …

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Lesson 01

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMESLesson #01INTRODUCTION TO A THORNY BOOK The book of James has caused more controversy than any other book of the Bible. Theologians have fought over who was the author, when it was written, …

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Lesson 02

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMES 1:1-12Lesson #02THORNY TRIALS Memory verse: Jam 1:3 In the book of James, the author sees faith as something very practical and an every day issue. It is not something that occurs just …

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Lesson 03

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMES 1:13-27Lesson #03THE NATURE OF TEMPTATION TO SIN Memory verse: Jam 1:22 In this chapter, James contrasts the darkness that comes from Satan and gives birth to death to the light that comes …

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Lesson 04

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMES 2:1-13Lesson #04THE ROYAL LAW AND THE LAW OF LIBERTY Memory verse: Jam 2:8 In chapter 1 James guided us through numerous tests of our faith primarily of our attitudes. In chapter 2, …

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Lesson 05

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMES 2:14-26Lesson #05RESOLVING THE FAITH AND WORKS CONTROVERSY – The Double SidedCoin Memory verse: Jam 2:26 In our last lesson James dealt with our attitudes toward other people. We learned that God tests …

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Lesson 06

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJames 3:1-18Lesson #06GOD WIRETAPS WHAT YOU SAY! Memory verse: Jam 3:10 We already knew that James was going to talk in detail about the use of the tongue because he introduced the topic …

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Lesson 07

RETURN TO SYLLABUSJAMES 4:1-17Lesson #07DEALING WITH WORLDLINESS Memory verse: Jam 4:8 James returns to directing his comments to pastors and teachers as he did at the beginning of chapter 3 and then ended the chapter …

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Lesson 08

RETURN TO SYLLABUS JAMES 5:1-10 Lesson #08 MONEY, COMFORT, AND POWER   Memory verse: Jam 5:8   The society in which James lived was a society where there was no middle class. There were the …

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