James Chapter 3:1-6

For we all stumble in many ways. And if anyone does not stumble in what he says, he is a perfect man, able also to bridle his whole body.

  1. Why should not many of us become teachers? James 3:1
  2. How do we all stumble? James 3:2
  3. Who is a perfect man? James 3:2
  4. What is he able to bridle? James 3:2
  5. What are we able to do with a horses' bit? James 3:3
  6. What can turn a ship? James 3:4
  7. What does the tongue do? James 3:5
  8. What is the tongue? James 3:6

James Chapter 3:7-12

For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and sea creature, can be tamed and has been tamed by mankind, but no human being can tame the tongue.

  1. Even though the tongue is little, what does it boast? James 3:6
  2. What does it kindle? James 3:6
  3. What does the tongue defile? James 3:6
  4. What does it set on fire? James 3:6
  5. What is the tongue set on fire by? James 3:6
  6. What can be tamed? James 3:7
  7. Why can no man tame the tongue? James 3:8
  8. Who do men bless with it? James 3:9
  9. Who do men curse with it? James 3:9
  10. In whose image are they made? James 3:9
  11. What proceeds out of the same mouth? James 3:10
  12. Should this be? James 3:10
  13. What does a spring not bring forth? James 3:11
  14. What does a fig tree, or grapevine not bear? James 3:12
  15. What does not spring yield? James 3:12

James Chapter 3:13-18

For where jealousy and selfish ambition exist, there will be disorder and every vile practice.

  1. What should a wise and understanding person show? James 3:13
  2. If you have bitter envy and self-seeking in your heart, what are you not to do? James 3:14
  3. What is this wisdom? James 3:15
  4. Where there is envy and self-seeking, what exists? James 3:16
  5. How is the wisdom from above? James 3:17
  6. Who is the fruit of righteousness sown by? James 3:18