Prayer can be a lot of things—saying thanks, blessing a meal, requesting help from God, sitting in silence, or even admitting our wrongs—but how do you do it? James 5 offers practical insights on how to use prayer as a way to step into the unknown.
Don’t just talk about it. Be about it.
Jesus challenged religious leaders who said the right things and adhered to the Law, but their lives and relationships didn’t reflect the love and grace of God. Jesus showed what’s on the inside—and what flows outward—is more important than the words we say or the appearance we hold (Matthew 23:13–36).
This challenging call of authentic devotion to God compelled James to write about what a life of faith truly looks like. This July, we are diving into the book of James to learn about Faith that Works. Let’s not just talk about it—let’s be about it.