In Philippians 3:10, the Apostle Paul expresses his heartfelt desire, “that I may know Him (Christ).” Paul had known Christ for many years as his Savior and Lord, so what did he mean? Paul desired to know Jesus Christ more deeply through experiencing a close, personal relationship with Him on a daily basis. In this series of Bible messages, we explore how we, as believers in Christ, can experience this same thing in our own lives.

These Bible messages entitled “Knowing Christ” were preached by Pastor Gregg Bing in 2021 during the morning worship services at Grace Bible Church in Fort Worth, TX.

Gregg Bing - April 7, 2019

Faith Without Works is Dead - Part 2

The Book of James

James addresses three aspects of what it means to have genuine faith in Christ? 1) Profession of faith - it is not enough to simply say you have faith. 2) Proof of faith - is needed in one's life, to show it is genuine, not superficial. 3) Perfection of faith - is accomplished when a person responds appropriately when their faith is tested (seen in the life of Abraham).

Scripture References: James 2:14-26

From Series: "The Book of James"

A verse by verse, dispensational study through the book of James, a letter clearly addressed "to the twelve tribes scattered abroad."

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