332. God expects you to walk your faith.

What does this entry mean to you?

What do you think it means to God?

What do you think the Bible has to say about it?

 

James 2:14-18 

My brothers and sisters, if people say they have faith, but do nothing, their faith is worth nothing. Can faith like that save them? A brother or sister in Christ might need clothes or food. If you say to that person, “God be with you! I hope you stay warm and get plenty to eat,” but you do not give what that person needs, your words are worth nothing. In the same way, faith by itself—that does nothing—is dead.

Someone might say, “You have faith, but I have deeds.” Show me your faith without doing anything, and I will show you my faith by what I do. (NCV)

 

What does God want you to know about Him in this text?

What does this passage mean to you in your life today

What does God want you to do about it?

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