Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2022)
Living Our Lives; James 4-5
Season 12, Episode 12 • 16-Dec-2022
"The way we live our lives centers around what we have been taught and what we have learned. Many times our learning is subject to our education. The more educated we are in human things the more human we become. But we are spiritual creatures in our essence. When we are educated in human things by the world, we are taught to subtly dismiss our spirituality and adopt a more earthly meaning. But that leads us into a fatal
future because of our sin condition. The book of James confronts our sinful wrongs with many divine rights, as we re-learn who we are and where we are going in our life. James the Just is one of the most dedicated apostles in the New Testament. As the half-brother of Jesus Christ, James emerges after Christ rose from the dead and led the Church for thirty years according to Church tradition.
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