Brothers often have a dual relationship of love and hate, trust and doubt. They are born to be the best friend and ally in life. But often they are in conflict and compete one another as in Cain and Abel. James' relationship with Jesus was no exception. He started as the first. He criticized and attacked Jesus his brother. He led his family against Jesus. Then he gradually turns into the best believer of his own brother's as he painfully searches for the answers of the puzzles and riddles surrounding his own brother. God's grace put the pieces of puzzles together one by one. We all stand somewhere between James' spiritual journey from the worst to the best. Where will we go from here and now? How will we overcome seemingly obvious obstacles of faith? James the Lord's brother has a lot to talk about it.