Contributed on May 16, 2005
This sermon describes the steps of faith required to receive God’s gifts.
Cross The River Joshua 3 God has a gift for each of us. For some the gift is the gift of salvation. For some the gift is peace of mind. For some the gift is the ability to forgive another person. For some the gift is guidance about a decision. In our text we ...read more
Contributed on May 31, 2005
What do you do after taking steps to obey God?
After The River Joshua 4 In Joshua 3 we read the story of the crossing of the Jordan River by the Israelite people. After that crossing they were in the promised land. The promised land represented the gifts that God wishes to give his children. God ...read more
Contributed on Jun 6, 2005
This sermon will help you condition your heart to live a victorious life for God.
Shaping Up for God! Joshua 5 What kind of shape are you in? We use the phrase “in shape” to refer to a person’s physical condition. When a person improves their physical condition we will say they are shaping up. Near the end of every summer, ...read more
Contributed on Jun 13, 2005
This sermon describes steps that we can take to establish our faith on shouting ground.
When Faith Is On Shouting Ground! Joshua 6 (Key verses 5,16,20) Is your faith on shouting ground? We use the phrase shouting ground to refer to those times when our faith is healthy (as we perceive it). These are the times when everything is going well ...read more
Contributed on Jun 26, 2005
This sermon shares common mistakes that cause us to miss God’s best.
Achan was in the promised land but missed the blessings of the land because of the mistakes he made. He missed God’s best. What would cause us to miss God’s best? I. We miss God’s best when we are Disobedient. A. Achan was told to stay away from the banned substance. He disobeyed and ...read more
Contributed on Jun 27, 2005
Find encouragement to keep on in spite of setbacks.
Do you ever face setbacks? Do you ever get discouraged? Are you ever afraid to move forward for God? If so, then you have something in common with the Old Testament leader, Joshua (and the Israelite people). This is the context. Joshua had led the Israelites out of the years of wilderness ...read more