A man once said to Mark Twain, "It is my deepest desire to go to the mount where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments and recite them there!" Puzzled, Mark Twain asked, "Don't you think it would be better to stay at home and try to keep them there?"
The Lord did not give us the Ten Commandments to review, but to reveal; not to look at but to live; not to admire but to acknowledge in the way we behave.
There are many who say one thing with their lips but show another thing with their lives. There are those who say the right things but live the wrong way. And there are some who speak the language of faith but give no evidence of it in their lives. The proof of our faith is not our words but in our works.
Some say, "I am a Christian" but if they are watched closely, there is no evidence of Christ in their lives.
We are reminded by James that we are not only to be hearers of the Word, but doers of the Word. A good place to start "doing" is at home.