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Ashton gives an overview of the the book. He focuses on 1:1. Ashton stresses that the Christian life is hard, as we face trials and temptations. He shows that having sin dealt with in our lives is hard, as God refines us through trials. Ashton looks at the importance of both asking for and receiving wisdom when we face trials., Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 1 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 1 Growing up Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Ashton speaks on James 4:1-5:9 in the following headings : 1. Selfish desire is the cause of conflict 2. Selfishness and godliness are diamentrically opposed 3. Submitting to grace 4. Taking sin seriously - the tongue, time and wealth 5. What God thinks of riches 6. God's perspective, Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 6 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 6 He gives more grace Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Ashton speaks on the return of the Lord from James 5:7-20. 1. Be patient - speak about God no matter how adverse our lives are. 2. The judge at the door 3. Persevere 4. All healing is from God 5. Praying for what God has promised, Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 7 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 7 Perservere until the Lord comes Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Psalms, Psa 88, C 221 ASH

1992-08-06

Ashton speaks on the importance of speech and the use of the tongue. He looks at James' attitude to the tongue, including both as individuals and as a church body. Ashton explores the power of the tongue, and the importance of preaching the Bible faithfully and properly. He looks at the relationship between the clergy and the congregation and the effect of this on preaching. Ashton shows that God can tame the tongue as he changes our hearts. He shows that the meekness of wisdom enables the tongue to be tamed. Ashton shows that we can not share the gospel unless we are committed to being a certain sort of person - not self-advertising. He shows that we all need to change, and that we need one another in order for this to happen. Ashton shows that God gives us a wisdom of behaviour in Christ., Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 5 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 5 Silence not golden, wisdom is humble Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Ashton speaks on the use of the tongue from James 1:19-27. He looks at the importance of humility, so that we put the word of God into practice. Ashton stresses that as we read the Bible we should be changed, as we are critiqued and challenged by God's word. Ashton looks at why it is hard to give attention to God's word. He stresses that our hearts should be changed, not external appearance. Ashton looks at how we use our tongues, including what not to say and what not to say. Ashton explores the challenge of being in the world without being corrupted by it., Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 3 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 3 the transplanted word Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Ashton speaks on the instructions given to the humble and the rich in relation to temptation and trials from James 1:9-18. 1. The poor 2. The successful 3. Anything that looses our holding on this world is helpful 4. The purpose of temptation and trials 5. The Father of the heavenly lights, Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 2 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 2 two imposters and two processes in life Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

Ashton looks at James' argument in James 2 as the practical application of James 1. 1. The presenting issue : judging by appearances 2. The principle of mercy 3. The underlying issue of being out of step with God 4. The temptation to avoid facing God 5. The genuiness of faith 6. Faith is emotional...yes but 7. Faith is cerebral...yes but 8. Faith must re-write our lives 9. Faith conquerors death, Cassette label reads : "2002 CMS Summer School tape 4 James Persevere till the Lord returns study 4 wealth, power, prestigue and a faith worse than death Speaker Rev. Mark Ashton ©2001", 2001 Summer School Perservere until the Lord returns

2001

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