Summary of James 1:1-18:
James tells us that trials develop perseverance to mature us. Ask God for wisdom and believe you will receive it. We all will fade away.
Those who persevere will receive the crown of life. God does not tempt; desire tempts that gives forth to sin and subsequently death.
Every gift is from God who does not change. He gave us life through His Word of Truth so we can be the firstfruits of creation.
QUESTIONS for James 1:1-18
- Trials are only temporary, and they will grow you if you choose to let them. It’s encouraging to know that your walk leads to brigther days.
2) God is good, and He does not want us to suffer.
3) He has led me to right where I am at and always provided a way to survive even when it was hard to see how it would happen.
Conclusions TO WORDGO JAMES 1:1-18
Do read the insight and listen/read when you have time. I plan to listen to the audio when I’m in the car!
10 thoughts on “Summer Bible Study: WordGo’s Study of James: Week 1, Day 1: James 1:1-18”
I see your Answers, but where are the Questions (and Notes) for the James Lessons? I cannot find them anywhere.
Is there a file to download/prin
Thanks for your help.
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Once you sign in to WordGo, you’ll choose the James study and then click into the first week. You can print them once you get there from a desktop computer.
What I learned from my life’s trials is disappointment, grief, despair, bitterness, pessimism and anger. I could have certainly done without this part of my “education”.
Where can I find the daily questions?
so once you choose your course (James), you click on the first week and it’ll guide you to the questions.
I downloaded WordsGo, do I need to create a new account to sign in? Or I can use BSF account ID and password. Please help.
Yes, but you can use whatever login you’d like!
Where can I find the questions?
Ok I downloaded Wordgo Do I setup an account? Or do I need an invite?
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You can do the individual study of James and just follow along. I do believe you need to setup an account, which is free. Just follow the prompts!