How To Solve Conflicts
A Practical Study of the Book of James


© 1973  George Sweeting

Moody Press, Chicago, Illinois

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1. Bible — N.T. — James — Criticism, interpretation, etc. — Popular works.
BS2785.2 ||  227.91 || ISBN: 0802436552 || OCLC: 8393367 || 153 p.

How to Solve Conflicts is presently held by 68 libraries including California Baptist University and Trinity International University.

Table of Contents

Preface          9

1. Turning Trials into Triumph          13

2. Temptation: Victim or Victor           23

3. Practicing God's Word          33

4. Faith That Is Real          43

5. The Peril of Prejudice          53

6. Faith That Works          63

7. Expensive Talk          73

8. Wisdom from Above          83

9. Why Do We Have Conflict?          95

10. Friendship With the World          105

11. When a Man Forgets God          115

12. Your Money: A Blessing or Curse?          125

13. Patience Amid Conflicts          135

14. Divine Healing          145

To

all the exciting students

of the Moody Bible Institute,

past and present,

who are concerned and involved

in reaching our world

HOW TO SOLVE CONFLICTS

Dr. George Sweeting

   From his years of experience as a pastor and evangelist, Dr. Sweeting knows that faith is important, and it must be relevant to daily life. With this knowledge the epistle of James has become particularly to him.

   As he writes in the preface, "The epistle of James stands as one of the most practical books in the New Testament . . . . James speaks to Christians where they are: in the midst of trial and tribulation, experiencing testing and tribulation, and inhabiting a strife-torn world. He gives practical solutions to everyday problems that all believers experience."

   Here Dr. Sweeting presents the message of the book of James so that all Christians will understand its message and apply it to their lives."

   The hardhitting chapters include "Turning Trials into Triumphs," "Temptation: Victim or Victor," "Faith that Works," and "Your Money: A Blessing or a Curse."

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The Author

   DR. GEORGE SWEETING is presently president of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. His ministry as an evangelist has taken him across Europe and the United States and earned him a well-deserved reputation as a forceful and effective speaker.

   For several years he served as pastor of Moody Church in Chicago's inner city. He also ministered in the Madison Avenue Baptist Church in Patterson, N.J., and the Hawthorne Gospel Church in Hawthorne, N.J.

   He holds a B.A. from Gordon College as well as honorary doctorates from Azusa Pacific College, Tennessee Temple University, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

   He has authored several books including The City: A Matter of Conscience, and The Greatest of These.

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