The book of James Chapters 2 & 3 focuses on these two words: Faith & Restraint which are defined.
Faith is defined as complete trust or confidence & strong belief in God or in the doctrine of a religion. Restraint is defined as a measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control or within limits.
Faith without works is Dead, because faith apart from works is useless (James 2:20, ESV). Abraham believed in God no matter what and was called a friend of God (James 2:23, ESV). No matter the circumstance and yes I know that’s hard don’t lose faith and remember you must have works. Remember, for as the body apart from the spirit is dead, so also faith apart from works is dead (James 2:26, ESV).
Taming the Tongue, can be the hardest thing for any human to do. We all get frustrated and we scream in an outburst of frustration and believe what is happening is the worse, when in fact it’s a test of our restraint. From the same mouth come blessing and cursing. My brothers, these things ought not to be so (James 3:10, ESV). I am guilty of this yes I speak well when things are going good but when just a moment of frustration steps in and out of the mouth blessing came cursing follows. I need to do better because God has brought me so far.
Things in our life will not always go the way the want- God knows what is best and test will always be with us, we must learn to trust God no matter the situation without any doubt and know from the frustration will come a blessing. God never fails. So remember Keep the Faith, have Works, and Tame the Tongue.
Disclaimer: The blog is my own personal interpretation from reading the Bible. I am not a minister only a person who is learning the Bible and absorbing the word.