Paul does not appear to address a particular crisis among the believers in Ephesus, but he does write to a church that has been impacted by a chaotic cultural and is temptation-laden.
We may profess to know God, but our acts, deeds, and words will ultimately define us.
If ever we must have self-reflection, it is after reading the book of James.
An uncontrolled tongue will affect my relationship with God.
James was speaking here about helping those in need of basic requirements for survival, clothing and food.
Love your neighbor. This is the highest law possible regarding human relationships.
I just want to say, on top of gaining wisdom through our trials, we get closer and closer to seeing the Face of God. This is truly remarkable.