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  • Pride Comes Before The Fall

    Contributed by Choe Sergent on May 16, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    This message explores Numbers chapter 14 & examines how our attitude toward God & others can have a direct impact on the victory we experience. Additionally, the message emphasizes trust in God's sovereignty & being obedient to God's will in our live.

    Scripture: Numbers 14 1. The Protest and Rebellion vs. 1-12 Now when the children of Israel see the giants keeping them from the land they start to complain. God’s plan for our lives often takes us through the most difficult paths in order to grow us spiritually. Bu there is the risk to more

  • Conformed Or Transformed? Series

    Contributed by E. True Neilson on Dec 14, 2014

    At first glance the book of Numbers reads a bit like an operations manual. It’s got numbers of soldiers, lists of names, and a bit of repetition. Tucked between those lists and numbers are some stories of real people, dealing with real issues of faith!

    BETWEEN THE NUMBERS CONFORMED OR TRANSFORMED? Numbers 14:26-45 ***This message tagteam preached with Doug (layperson in our church) -Louis Zamperini was a WW2 pilot who flew a B-24 bomber. -Because of a mechanical failure his plane crashed over the ocean in enemy territory. -He and a co-pilot more

  • Intercession For The Disobedient Lesson 30 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Mar 28, 2017

    God's work goes on and will use another.

    A. EVERY REBEL NEEDS AN INTERCESSOR: NUMBERS 14:1-45 1. To stand before God. “I sought for a man to . . . stand in the gap before me” (Ex. 22:30). 2. Who do you know that rebels against God? _________________. 3. The issue with Israel was a rebellious heart that motivated them to more

  • Actions & Consequences Series

    Contributed by John Barr on Sep 12, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    Overcoming obstacles that have defeated us in the past. Joshua had to help Isreal overcome Jericho in order to inhabit the promised land. Based on the book of same title authored by Gary Inrig. Sermon 2 in series

    ACTION & CONSEQUENCES Is it possible to fail while relying on God? Number 14: 20-24; 39-45 1) Actions Brings Consequences (vs. 39-40) a) Sin of Presumption (vs. 44) presumption means "overstepping bounds; taking liberties" Proverbs 19:21 "Many are the plans in a man’s heart, more

  • When Faith Is Not Enough Series

    Contributed by Ralph Juthman on Feb 8, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    This is part of a sermon series entitles, Overcoming the Grasshopper complex. Believers do not have to live their lives bound by the mistakes and sins of the past. they can achieve victory as they submit themselves to God’s plan for thier lives. this mes

    TITLE: When Faith Is Not Enough TEXT: Numbers 14:39-45 THEME: rebellion, presumptive faith, Israelites, wilderness faith, sin, joshua, P.S. Many people forge ahead with faulty presuppositions about God and His will for their lives. Like the Israelites we have a tendency to rush into situations more

  • Irreversible Decisions Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jul 11, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Many decisions are truly crossroads: you cannot reverse them or their consequences, try as you might. Therefore, we need to take decision making seriously.

    Irreversible Decisions (Numbers 14:26-45) 1. The most important thing about you is your God and your relationship to him. This is more important than: education, health, vocation, family, intelligence, talent, riches… 2. Near the top of the list, perhaps second, is who you are. The sum more

  • Too Late: Decisions Which Cannot Be Undone Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 2, 2022

    Many decisions are major crossroads, others less but sill significant; trying to reverse them only may make matters worse in the long run. Therefore, we need to ponder our decisions, using God-honoring caution.

    Too Late: Decisions Which Cannot Be Undone (Numbers 14:20-45) 1. We make small decisions all the time, and they can affect the direction of our lives. Take this true story: “When I was a kid, my mom, my cousin, my sister, and I were all about to go to my great grandma's house from my more

  • To Fear Or Follow, Part 3

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Nov 24, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Life is short. Make every day count.

    Numbers 14:40-45 To Fear or Follow Woodlawn Baptist Church November 25, 2007 James said that “life is like a vapor. It’s here today and gone tomorrow. It appears for just a brief time, and then it’s gone.” The psalmist said that life is like grass. It rises in the morning, grows tall in the more

  • Missing God's Opportunities

    Contributed by Matthew Morine on Sep 24, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Ever wonder "what if?" In God’s timing, he has placed opportunities before us. It is up to us to seize the blessing, before it is too late.

    MISSING GOD’S OPPORTUNITIES TEXT: NUMBERS 14:6-11 THEME: SEIZE THE OPPORTUNITY BEFORE YOU. His name was David and he was the first Christian I ever really met. We became friends because his talk about God and Jesus fascinated me. We talked almost every day because we both had a break more

  • When Faith Is Not Enough Or The Perils Of Presumption Series

    Contributed by Ralph Juthman on Jul 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    In spite of our wrong choices, if we will humbly submit to god’s will God will bring us to the Promised lad in His time and His way.

    When Faith IS Not enough or The Peril of Presumption Numbers 14 Theme: Overcoming the Grasshopper Complex; faith; God’s discipline INTRODUCTION A middle-aged farmer wanted to be a preacher for years but wasn’t sure if it was God’s will. One day, while he was working in the field, he decided to rest more

  • God Is Not Among You

    Contributed by Paul Robinson on Oct 3, 2022

    Assuming God's blessing is one of the most dangerous mistakes we can make in the Christian life. A group of Israelites made this exact mistake, and it cost them everything.

    Illustration: A photographer was hired to take pictures of a great forest fire; he got his office to hire a plane so he could take some airborne pictures. He arrived at the airport and jumped into the plane that was waiting for him. “Let’s go! Let’s go!” Startled, the pilot quickly swung the plane more