James: Just Do It – What to Do With Prejudice

Prejudices are a huge trait in our society today, and sadly, it always has been and always will be. It is unfavourable treatment, usually based on discrimination against race, colour or gender. In this third part of the “Just Do It” series, Charles Price teaches about the sinfulness of favouritism, prejudices, discrimination, whatever label we put on it, being an injustice to our fellow beings, and turning those guilty of it into ‘lawbreakers’. Scripture never leaves us with the diagnosis alone, but with the remedy, which is what James calls ‘The Royal Law’.

James: Just Do It – What to Do in Temptation

There are two problems we have when reading the Bible. One is a mental problem where we do not understand it, and the other is volitional where we do understand it, but do nothing about it. Mark Twain once said, “The parts of Scripture that I dislike most are not the parts I don’t understand, but the parts I do.” That is because they place demands on us. This week, Charles Price begins a new series from the book of James, which like no other book in the New Testament addresses the issue of doing what it says.

James: Just Do It – What to Do in Trials

There are two problems we have when reading the Bible. One is a mental problem where we do not understand it, and the other is volitional where we do understand it, but do nothing about it. Mark Twain once said, “The parts of Scripture that I dislike most are not the parts I don’t understand, but the parts I do.” That is because they place demands on us. This week, Charles Price begins a new series from the book of James, which like no other book in the New Testament addresses the issue of doing what it says.

Job: From Tragedy To Triumph – Making Sense of Nonsense

The book of Job is built around Satan’s challenge to God in regard to Job; an upright, blameless man, described as the greatest man among all the people of the East. Satan is confident he can break Job down, and God gives him permission to try. Despite the horrendous suffering Satan inflicts on him, Job remains loyal to God. Charles Price concludes this series by bringing to light three factors in Job’s response to God that will help us in our own situations of grief and despair.