THE WAY OF WISDOM
Patience in Waiting on God
"What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith, but has no deeds? Can such faith save him?"
Faith without works is dead. To be alive in Christ, we need to live for Christ in all aspects of our lives. The epistle of James shows we need a faith that is at work in real situations, and this faith flows from a lifestyle guided by God's wisdom. In the second of a two-volume commentary, eminent theologian and biblical scholar R.T. Kendall examines James 4-5, and considers what it means to have a practical faith in today's world. Combining biblical exegesis with Kendall's own personal thoughts and insights, this book encourages us to live for Christ anew, and to walk in the way of wisdom.
"The Way of Wisdom unlocks important principles for a contemporary Christian lifestyle which works and will help make sense of our faith to a waiting world." - Joel Edwards Director General of the Evangelical Alliance
The New Westminster Pulpit Series is based on sermons preached weekly by R.T. Kendall while he was Minister at Westminster Chapel.
About R.T. Kendall:
Born in Ashland, Kentucky, R.T.Kendall became the Minister of Westminster Chapel, London in 1977 after gaining a D. Phil at Oxford University. Married with two children, he is the author of God Meant It for Good, Does Jesus Care? and Believing God.