How does the Christian cope with the real world? How do we put our faith into action and live in anticipation of the Lord's return? The epistle of James is a manual for practical godliness. Everything is here, including facing trials, blaming God for misfortunes, snobbery, sharp tongues, faith and works, squabbling in churches, worldliness, and the use of money.
In this searching and straightforward commentary, Gordon Keddie confronts the reader with a challenge—to apply James' message to our hearts and put it into practice in our lives.