Sermons on Joshua
Everyone’s Welcome To the Table
David wrote in Psalm 23, “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies.” Jesus invites us to the Lord’s table where we gather to eat his true body for the forgiveness of sins. Christians gather regularly around the table at potlucks and family dinners to fellowship together and encourage each other. And then, there’s heaven. God’s table evokes images of salvation, story-telling, satisfaction, and singing – joy beyond the most amazing spread. But you probably have…
Prioritize: God First
School has started. So have fall sports, after-school activities, the fall yard work, a new workout routine, and a big project at work. Amidst all the “stuff” we have to do in our busy lives, it would be easy to prioritize children, work, and money over what’s really important: our relationships with our heavenly Father. No matter how busy we get, we must continually strive to build the relationship with the One who made us and blessed us with all…
Faith Doesn’t Ask Why
Sometimes it seems foolish to do what God commands. How can marching around a city bring down its walls? We don’t always see or understand why God asks us to do what He asks us to do, but faith tells us that when we do it, we will be blessed. Sermon Text: Joshua 5:13-6:5, 20
The most intimate relationships in life are found in the home. This also makes them the most difficult. Yet, what amazing things God can accomplish when the entire family works together to serve the Lord!