Sermon Series
  • 1. "Now Then..."

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 120 ratings

    How God gives new hope during the changing of the guard.

    Now Then… Joshua 1:1-5 Notice the “Now then…” statement by God. Why does God say this in reference to Moses? It almost sounds like He’s glad Moses is dead and gone. For us to fully appreciate why God is saying, “Now then…” we need to understand some things about Moses. Especially chosen more

  • 2. God's Formula For Success

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 569 ratings

    God’s formula for Joshua’s success is a model for today’s believer.

    God’s Formula For Success Joshua 1:6-9 There is a common desire within every person to feel successful. We often measure our worth on the basis of how successful we are. How we measure that success is often based on a worldly standard rather than a godly standard. Success by the world’s more

  • 3. Loyal Leaders And Faithful Followers

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 126 ratings

    The qualities of successful leaders and successful followers.

    Loyal Leaders & Faithful Followers Joshua 1:10-18 George was 28 years old, single, and still living with his parents. One Sunday morning, George told his mother he wasn’t going to church. "First," he said, "I’m tired. Second, the people there don’t like me. And third, the sermons are dull." more

  • 4. Ordinary People

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 201 ratings

    In His wisdom God can, and will use ordinary and unlikely people to work in His kingdom.

    Ordinary People Joshua 2 God has a way of working through very ordinary and unlikely people. Like the two spies, for instance. Who were they? Nobody knows. They remain anonymous. They were ordinary people and had nothing that set them apart from anyone else. The same was true of Rahab. There more

  • 5. Cross That River

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 118 ratings

    Are we people who live by faith, or by sight; are we afraid to cross the river, or are we willing to take the risk and live by faith.

    Cross That River Joshua 3 I. There are a few things you need to know that will be foundational to understanding the principles of today’s lesson. A. First, you need to know about the Ark. The Ark of the Covenant was the piece of furniture that God directed Moses to build and place in the more

  • 6. The Ways Of God

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 64 ratings

    The faithfulness of God is seen in the new era of Israel under Joshua’s leadership.

    The Ways of God Joshua 1,3, 4 (Scripture reading is from Psalms 77:11-15). Over the past several weeks we’ve been pushing our way through the book of Joshua, looking closely at some of the ways that God works in the lives of His people. This week I decided it was time for us to step back, more

  • 7. The Battle Belongs To The Lord

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 180 ratings

    God helps us in the battles we must fight.

    To fight the spiritual battles… I. We must Acknowledge The Commander In Chief. (5:13-15) A. Joshua is looking over the city of Jericho; probably consider what strategy he might employ. B. Jesus is the Commander in Chief. C. This is the Lord’s battle. It’s not between Israel & Jericho; it’s more

  • 8. Hidden Sins, Damaged Lives

    Contributed on May 23, 2002
    based on 303 ratings

    The impact of one person’s sin has an effect on the whole nation.

    Hidden Sins, Damaged Lives Joshua 7 Nobody likes problems. The fact is, though, that problems and struggles make us more dependent on God. They force us to turn to Him for help. When my finances are low, I pray for help. When my body is broken by illness or injury I ask the Lord for healing, or more