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SERMONS ON JAMESSERMONS ON JAMES

Sermons on James

Below you’ll find a library of sermons using James as a primary text. Other Bible texts in addition to James may be used in each sermon as well. All of the sermons on Preaching.com represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
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  • Matt Chandler
    (October 2013)
    Are you humble in your pursuits? Do you strive after the things of this world? Or do you seek God, His will, the cross and Christ's good pleasure?
  • Mike Glenn
    (February 2012)
    Decisiveness matters. Make a firm decision and stick with it.
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (January 2007)
    James 4:13-17 The message of James in our text today is one that no person should overlook or disregard. The message in this text is one that, if heeded can alter how we live our lives today and every day for the rest of our lives. I doubt that the lessons I am about to share with you are new i
  • John Tornfelt
    (January 2006)
    James 4:13-17; Luke 12:13-21 You never know what a day will bring. You can’t be sure what might show up at the doorstep of your life. Some developments are more trivial inconveniences than life changing events. Computer glitches and fender benders are not going to alter your life much but
  • Gary Bruland
    (December 2005)
    A church member shook Pastor Smith's hand after worship and enthusiastically stated, "Great sermon, Pastor. You ought to submit that one to Preaching." "Thanks," replied Rev. Smith who then quietly noted, "I hope to have all my sermons published one day, perhaps posthumously." Nodding...
  • Joseph "Skip" Ryan
    (September 2003)
    Heaven Rules James 4:13-5:3 "Come now, you who say, 'Today or tomorrow we will go into such and such a town and spend a year there and trade and make a profit.' — yet you do not know what tomorrow will bring. What is your life ...
  • Dan E. Jackson
    (July 1995)
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