Disobedience never leads to true satisfaction and unfaithfulness is never fulfilling.
Trials invite us to say, “God, I trust you.”
Temptations invite us to say, “I don’t trust God.”
Showing favoritism is wrong.
We can honor God with our words, actions, and religion.
In our last lesson, we learned that trials can be good for us. This week we will learn that certain trials are not good for us. These trials, called “temptations,” can kill us if we do not respond to them correctly. We will discover that these temptations do not come from God and that God wants to help us resist them.
Is it possible to live well when things don’t make sense?
The author of the epistle of James answers with a resounding “yes!”
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