Sermon: Mercy in Light of Judgment

Here’s the sermon from PR602 that I talked about in yesterday’s blog post (a reflection paper for PR602). Our assignment was to pick a passage from James and preach it to the people we’re actually preaching it to (in this case, 6 dudes from PR602–all the ladies happened to be in the other half of the class, next door). Finals are next week, and that became part of the sermon. The text is James 2:12-13.

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How Preaching James 2:12-13 Saved Me in the Parking Lot

I was standing right here when it happened! Except I was also standing right here when I took this picture 8 months ago.
I was standing right here when it happened! Except I was also standing right here when I took this picture 8 months ago.

To be honest, I picked James 2:12-13 for pragmatic reasons: I wanted to prepare something that would overlap with my evening service assignment (anything in chapter 2) and this was the shortest passage. I wasn’t Continue reading “How Preaching James 2:12-13 Saved Me in the Parking Lot”