Study Guides for the Book of James

The Book of James in the New Testament was written no later than 50 AD by James, the half-brother of Jesus as a letter to Christians. The book’s main theme is developing maturity in the Christian life and provides vivid instructions on what it means to practice a life of godliness. James is a very practical book that is relevant to the lives of all peoples in today’s Christian experience. Following is a short list of resources for study and getting the most out of this inspiring book:

The Bible Project:

The Gospel Coalition:

Officers’ Christian Fellowship:

James 1:1-8 Trials, Joy, and Wisdom

James 1:9-18 Trials and Temptations

James 1:19-27 Applying the Word

James 2:1-13 Favoritism versus Love

James 2:14-26 Faith and Works

James 3:1-12 Maturity in the Christian Life

James 3:13-18 Wisdom

James 4:1-10 Submit to God

James 4:11-17 Slander and Boasting

James 5:1-12 Riches and Suffering

The Blue Letter Bible:

Retro Faith: