Christian Responsibility - Orphans & Widows
James

The author of this letter introduces himself as "James, a servant of God and the Lord Jesus Christ". Four men in the New Testament bore this name but the writer of this Epistle is usually identified with James who was the leader of the church in Jerusalem. The letter is addressed to the "the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad", and is the most Jewish in style and form of any of the New Testament books. It is not a treatise on Christian theology but rather a practical letter dealing with Christian ethics. James insists that works, not words, are the mark of a disciple.

Christian Responsibility - Orphans & Widows
James 1:27
Danny Hodges
April 21, 2013
Christian Responsibility
ID#: NT3556

Download:
This Series Audio
This Sermon Audio
This Sermon Video
Teaching Notes PDF

Give

If you have been blessed by this free audio and video ministry and would like to contribute to the expansion of leading others to know Christ, please proceed to make a donation.

With your church account
(Best for tax record keeping)

Donate with your church account

As a Guest

Fill out my online form.

More Content

Series Page Series Archive