In chapter 3, James takes us from “invisible faith” (James 2) to “visible wisdom.” Turns out, wisdom is seen by her fruits…
… and the “chief fruit” of wisdom is the words we say (and, of course, the ones we don’t say that we mutter under our breathe).
Furthermore, James defines what the wisdom of God looks like— that is, he shows us the relational results of the wisdom of God. And, once you see it (or the opposite), you instantly know it.
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