Wednesday Recap: Another Way We Love Our Neighbor

Last night we looked at James 2:1-13. James talks about a particular situation in which we interact with people and encourages us to obey the the command “love your neighbor as yourself”.  If we do not it says we commit sin and are convicted  by the law as transgressors.  The paragraph closes by telling us to be merciful and warns, “judgment will be without mercy to the one who shows no mercy”.

Question: This is obviously very important stuff.  What specific type of situation in our lives is James talking about where all these important commands and warnings apply?

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