This article considers the possibility of baptismal imagery in James 1:21.
This article is an exposition of James 1:22.
This article considers James 1:13 and our personal responsibility for our sin.
This article considers what it means for the believer to pursue perfection, along the lines of James 1:4.
So often, the letter of James is interpreted on a purely horizontal level. But the author's interpretation of a passage like James 1:19 shows that James is concerned with more than strictly person-to-person relationships. To what exactly should we be quick to listen?
In this chapter Hughes comments on James 1:1-4. He focuses on the faith of believers being tested.
Does God lead man into temptation? How can a passage like James 1:2 encourage believers to rejoice in trials? How should the sixth petition of the Lord's Prayer be understood? The author wants to give clarity on these matters by proposing a better understanding of the Greek word "peirasmos" used in James 1:14.
What should a believer's reaction to suffering look like? This article discusses James' exhortation in James 1:2 which encourages Christians to rejoice in trials. This joy acts as a testimony to the world of the presence of the Lord Jesus in the believer's life. To withdraw and dwell in self-pity is to sin against God, who has blessed us with many things in this life and the next.