Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 111,289 views
The Hand of the Lord: 1. is mighty. 2. is dangerous and deadly against His enemies. 3. empowers His servants. 4. can be heavy to discipline His people. 5. will help His people. 6. will always be with His people today.
Ron Parker • Sermon • • 6,778 views
WHY WE SHOULD BE STRONG & COURAGEOUS TEXT: Joshua 1:1-9 I. because God wants to do something for us - Joshua 1:6 A. This is the reason for being strong & courageous 1. It should motivate & encourage us 2. God is saying, "Look what I am going to do for you" B. They could trust God to do what He said,…
Elliott Kwong • Sermon • • 5,611 views
Rey Cedillo • Sermon • • 2,274 views
Sermon: Rahab the Faithful Servant The Mercy of God in life of Rahab the Prostitute (Joshua 2 and 6) How did she come to faith? Key verse: Deuteronomy 7:1-2 The Grace of God in Rahab’s life Matthew 1:5 Salmon the father of Boaz, whose mother was Rahab, Boaz the father of Obed, whose mother was Ruth,…
Jason W. Miller • Sermon • • 2,226 views
Old Testament Survey Dr. Berrey Tuesday, February 08, 2005 Intro lecture 1:06 PM Class intro know everything related to things on the study guide the questions will be detailed sometimes things will come from footnotes chapter content points not necessary to know outline points Introduction to the Old…
The Christmas Dilemma
The Dilemma of Belief. Have you ever had those moments when you wondered, “Is this really true?” Maybe life has gotten difficult. Maybe you have come to the Derailment of your hopes and dreams like Joseph, Mary’s husband, when he found out that his betrothed bride was pregnant after all his time and…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 992 views
Isaiah 2:1-4 Life in the Millennium “The word that Isaiah the son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. It shall come to pass in the latter days that the mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established as the highest of the mountains, and shall be lifted up above the hills; and all the nations…
Robert L. Joseph • Sermon • • 602 views
Moses was a wise teacher of God's truth. First he reviewed what the Lord had done for Israel (Deut. 1-4) and reminded the people of God's mercy and goodness. Then he reaffirmed the basic principles of God's Law (Deut. 5-6), what we know as the Ten Commandments (10:4). In chapters 6 and 7, Moses discussed motives for obedience and explained why the people should honor God's laws. He wanted the nation's obedience to be based on spiritual principles, not just personal opinions, and to be encouraged by the right motives. Only after Moses had laid this strong foundation did he apply God's commandments to specific areas of Israel's life. God gave His law to build the people individually as well as the nation collectively. How could over 2 million people live together and work together, let alone fight the enemy together, unless they had rules and regulations to govern them? Israel's civic peace and general welfare depended on the people respecting the law and obeying it. Unfortunately, over the years, some of the religious leaders added so many traditions to God's law that the people felt like they were wearing a galling yoke (Acts 15:10; Gal. 5:1). The Law was also meant to reveal God and draw the people closer to Him. If Israel was to be a holy people and a kingdom of priests (Ex. 19:1-8), they needed a holy law to guide them. Certainly God was concerned about the external conduct of His people, but He was also concerned that their hearts be devoted to Him. When you read Psalm 119, you discover what the law of God meant to Jewish people who were spiritually minded and devoted to the Lord in their hearts. They saw God's righteous law, not as a heavy yoke, but as honey (v. 103), light (v. 105), a treasure (vv. 14, 72, 127, 162), freedom (v. 45), and a source of great joy (v. 14). They delighted in the law and meditated on it (vv. 15-16, 23-24, 47-48, 77-78; see 1:1-3). Yes, the Ten Commandments were engraved on tables of stone, but the spiritual Jew also had the Word hidden in his heart (119:10-11). One of the key themes in Deuteronomy 6-7 is motivation for obedience. These two chapters answer the question, "Why should we obey God's Word in a world where most people ignore it or deliberately disobey it?" Moses explained four fundamental motives for obedience.
THE 52 GREATEST STORIES OF THE BIBLE
Joshua Chamberlain was a student of theology and a professor of rhetoric, not a soldier. But when duty called, Chamberlain answered. He climbed the ranks to become colonel of the 20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Union Army. On July 2, 1863, Chamberlain and his three-hundred-soldier regiment were…
Elliott Kwong • Sermon • • 347 views
James Huffman • Sermon • • 312 views
God’s Comfort—2 Cor. 1:1-5 Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 4/22/09 Trouble is an inescapable consequence of living in this world. Today, we hear everywhere of people doing horrible things to themselves and others. Job 14:1- Sometimes is this trouble God seems afar off- Job 13:24- this was certainly the…
The God Who Is
Last Spring, we studied through the Sermon on the Mount. One of the great themes of Matthew is the coming kingdom. The Book of Revelation speaks of the time when that new kingdom is fully realized. I shared with our Elders a week ago an observation that I gleaned about songs describing Heaven. Historically…
J. David Stark • Sermon • • 244 views
Title Page ANTE-NICENE FATHERS Volume 1 The Apostolic Fathers, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus Edited by Alexander Roberts, D.D. & James Donaldson, LL.D. revised and chronologically arranged, with brief prefaces and occasional notes by A. Cleveland Coxe, D.D. Preface v PREFACE. This volume, containing the equivalent…
“No!” “You can’t!” “It won’t work!” “There is no way.” “We took a vote.” How do you hear it? Do these words give you a sense of victory, or do they give you a sense of defeat? It may depend on whether you’re the one hearing them or the one saying them. Either way the source of these words can often be…
BBBI - OT101.2 - Genesis II
C. Jason Walker • Bible Institute • Sermon • • 224 views • 55:23
God’s servants must do all they can to ensure that God’s program of blessing continues from generation to generation without interruption.
Allan Vincent • Sermon • • 193 views
The Enemy Within But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God, , “Tough Love” - “an expression believed to have originated with Bill Milliken’s 1968 book of the same title - used when someone treats another person harshly or sternly with the intent…
Ruth Sisson • Megiddo Church • Sermon • • 185 views • 56:29
The Lord expects certain behaviors from His people and it is our responsibility to meet His expectations if we want to be considered as being among them. We have been invited to a great supper and have agreed to attend, but some while they wait for the feast to be prepared become so distracted by other intrests that when the great supper is finally ready they don't want to attend and ask to be excused. Anything that keeps us from getting ready for the great supper, that prevents us from molding a character that will fit us for God's kingdom is simply excusing us from the great wedding supper! Listen in to learn more and see the evidence on this very important topic.
God's Big Picture
We continue our series looking at the big picture of the whole Bible. Having seen the pattern of the Kingdom established in Genesis 1 & 2. And the Kingdom perish due to sin in Genesis 3. We then saw God's grace in action as he promises to restore the kingdom through Abraham and his descendants. This is our second week looking at how God's kingdom is partially realised through the people of God in the Old Testament. Thanks again to Vaughan Roberts and his book God's Big Picture.
Eric B. Newcomer • Sermon • • 163 views
I) Be Strong and Courageous A) File: Joshua 1 Be Strong and Courageous.doc B) Audio: Be Strong and Courageous C) Series: Victory in the Promised Land D) Preached: June 3, 2007. II) Warren Wiersbe, Be Strong, “The events recorded in the Book of Joshua have to do with the life of God’s people and not their…
B.R. Joshua 3:13-17 13 And it shall come to pass, as soon as the soles of the feet of the priests that bear the ark of the Lord , the Lord of all the earth, shall rest in the waters of Jordan, that the waters of Jordan shall be cut off from the waters that come down from above; and they shall stand upon…
Elliott Kwong • Sermon • • 137 views
1 John Series
Just like many other journalists, Bob Moser of the magazine The Rolling Stones published an article on Billy Graham. In this article, Bob Moser shares how he responded to an “alter-call” unto salvation, yet felt that salvation somehow eluded him. I repented, I confessed, I felt hands on my head, praying…