SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON JAMES

Our sermon ideas on James will help you preach a powerful message on living out the faith. Preach on topics including the relationship between faith and works, taming the tongue, and counting trials as joy. Prepare your messages on God's Word in James with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


JAMES SERMON OUTLINES

by Stan Coffey

There has been controversy waged about the author of the book of James. The writer calls himself "James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ." The traditional view is that he was "the Lord's brother" (Gal. 1:19), an individual prominent in the Jerusalem church and one who took a leading part in the Council of Jerusalem (Acts 15; see also Matt. 13:55, Gal. 2:9). During...

by Jesse Hendley

Turn with me now in your Bibles to the Book of James. It is a wonderful book. I have been meditating in it and one of these days soon I hope to go through this marvelous book. It is one of the early epistles, one of the closest to the resurrection of the Lord Jesus from the dead and His ascension back to heaven. This book was written about A. D. 50, very close to …

by James Merritt

I read one of the most interesting descriptions of an experience that every person, by necessity, has had in the history of the human race, and I want you to see if you can find yourself in this description. Your world is dark, safe, secure. You are bathed in warm liquid, cushioned from shock. You do nothing for yourself; you are fed automatically, and a murmuring...

by Johnny Hunt

As you read through the book of James, you can't help but love your Bible. Wednesday's Word - "Forever, O Lord, Your word is settled in heaven (Psa. 119:89). Everything has an end. Politicians come and go; empires come and go; seasons come and go; and one day this present world will come to an end, but God's Word is established forever. God's Word...

by Adrian Rogers

Thank you, brother Gilbert, would you take your bibles please now, and turn to James chapter three as we continue our journey with James. He has left us bruised and bleeding but blessed. And I want to read the first twelve verses of chapter three. James chapter three. "My brethren, be not many masters, knowing that we shall receive the greater...

by Jerry Vines

I'm really glad to be back in our regular series of studies of God's Word. What we try to do is take a book of the Bible and go through that book verse by verse and see what God has to say for us. Very soon now I will begin a series of studies on Wednesday nights in the book of Isaiah. Some time in the future I intend to do a series on the book of Jeremiah, and…

by Jeff Strite

One day a woman came home to find her husband in the kitchen, shaking frantically with what looked like a wire running from his waist to the electric coffeepot he had in his hand. It seemed that he was being electrocuted. So - intending to jolt him away from the deadly current - she whacked him with a plank that had been left by the back door, breaking his...

by Harley Howard

Many years ago I spoke to a old friend of mine whom I have not heard from since 1981. In our discussions about the Christian faith I heard some despair in his voice. It was not a despair that I have not heard before; I have heard it from other brothers and sisters in Christ. My friend was concerned about the confusion that seems to reign in the lives of...

by Ernest Easley

Now as you are turning to James 2, let me remind you what is taking place here tonight from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. First, our Women's Fall Kick Off event will take place at 6:00 p.m. in the Vision Center tonight. That event is for all of our women and their daughters and Gena Leal tells me it's going to be an exciting event. And I hope that you ladies will take...

by John Barnett

During the fall of 1775, a man who appeared to be a typical American farmer attempted to book a room in Baltimore's most fashionable hotel. Concerned about the hotel's reputation, the manager refused to rent the room. The man left and took a room in another hotel. Later, the manager learned he had refused a room to Thomas Jefferson, the Vice-President of...