In James, we learn that our actions demonstrate our faith. Our actions don’t save us, they show that our faith is real.
Paul warns us to not let false teachers influence us. While we wait for Christ, we are to maintain our faith with patience and loyalty to Him.
Jesus and the Pharisees express their opposing views of God. The Pharisees focus on the letter of the Law. Jesus focuses on faithfulness to a gracious, forgiving Father.
Titus receives a list of qualifications for church leaders and a warning about false teachers.
O: King Saul tries to kill David who learns to rest in his faith of God.
WN: Solomon tells of what he learns by experiencing a variety of life approaches.
O: God replaces the disobedient King Saul with King David.
WN: Proverbs emphasize the importance of passing on God’s wisdom to others.
O: Ruth pictures Gentiles today who accept Jesus as their Redeemer. In 1Samuel, Israel rejects God as king. God provides a human king.
WN: Proverbs compares the heart and actions of the wise person compared to the foolish person.
O: Numerous people get into trouble as they do what they think is right in their own eyes.
WN: Proverbs tell how to apply God’s wisdom to every area of our lives.