You see that faith was working with his works, and as a result of the works, faith was perfected; and the Scripture was fulfilled which says, “And Abraham believed God, and it was reckoned to him as righteousness,” and he was called the friend of God (James 2:22-23).The American government composed of two major parties, the democratic and the republican. Both parties have their ideology to uphold—the difference between the two parties sparks when it comes to politics. The partisan stance of politicians commonly dented their reputation. Their disagreement leads to anger, bitterness, disrespect, and division.Here in James, chapter 2 points out the defects of believers’ faith, which were the result of their unjust behaviour and misused of God’s favour. James had seen this problem within the church during his days wherein believers judging each other, hating each other, and disowning each other. These believers contradicted the teaching of the scriptures. They thwarted God’s regulations and became abusive to the unfortunate. Thus, these believers claimed to have true faith in Christ.We all agree with the statement, there is no perfect church, but God has given us the guidelines to keep our lives holy and acceptable to Him (Romans 12:1-2). God declared us righteous because of our obedient faith, He sanctified us through the work of the Holy Spirit, and we obey Him in return because we are His children/disciples. This is the truth about the image of a true church, but unlikely as a whole in James chapter 2.The purpose of this epistle was to show to the Jewish Christians that God is not partial to His mercy and justice. Both rich and poor who disobey God’s law will be reprimanded and discipline according to His judgment. Those transgressors of the law will be judged according to the law of liberty.Therefore, faith without works is dead. Faith and obedience are inseparable. The proven result of your faith is your obedience to Jesus. We call it discipleship. In the Old Testament, Abraham declared righteous in the eyes of God because of his obedient faith (Hebrews 11:8).