In this continuing study of the book of James, Pastor Karen explains to us what the Bible teaches us about faith and about works. Which is the most important? Is it faith or is it works? Jesus teaches us that in order to fulfill our duties as a follower of Christ, to take the message of the Savior to all the world, we must have faith. So, faith is the most important, right? Perhaps, but Jesus teaches us that faith without works, is dead. Unless you do something with that faith, turning it into action, your faith is useless. So, works are important. But how can you have works, unless it is supported and preceded by the faith that causes you to do the good work that the Savior is calling you to do? You can’t. Faith and works go together like hand and glove. If a glove represents your works, and your hand represents your faith then how can you utilize a glove unless you first have a hand; or how can you produce good works unless you have faith. And if you have faith, or a hand, and it doesn’t toil so that it needs the glove, what good is it? Join us as we learn to put out faith to action.