In Joshua chapter 6 the children of Israel have made it to the land God promised to give them. After 40 years of desert experience they are on the precipice of realizing possession of that promise. But as they found, and as we’ll find today, this was more of beginning than an end.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is recorded in all four of the Gospels because it is foundation of the Christian life. Without it, we are of all men most miserable. Paul writes that apart from the resurrection our faith and message are in vain and pointless. This is the oxymoron of the Christian life: that we are dead, yet we live. Yet, it is not we that live, but it is Christ living in us. And as we’ll hear in today’s teaching, His life is the pathway to God’s truth.
Today we look at the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem. As he rode among the people little did they understand that it was a fulfilment of prophecy found in the book of Zechariah: “Tell the daughter of Zion, ‘Behold, your King is coming to you, Lowly, and sitting on a donkey, A colt, the foal of a donkey.’ ”
Today’s message is all about seeing ourselves as God sees us. From our archive of messages, today Dr. B. Sam Hart is teaching from Romans chapter 3.
There are things in our lives that would keep us down if they could. The circumstances of life will keep us earthbound, when God wants us to soar like eagles. But today we learn that there is a spiritual law that lifts us up, as we watch life’s strongholds fall beneath us. What is that law? Tune in to find out.
Just as sure as God delivered the children of Israel from bondage to experience the fullness of the promised land, He has freed us from the power of sin to live the abundant life in Him. Today’s teaching from Joshua chapter 5 is sure to encourage you to walk in that freedom.
There are some things that are better forgotten. In Philippians 3 the Apostle Paul talks about “forgetting the things that are behind…” But here in Joshua chapter 4 we find that remembering some things are critical to victorious Christian living.
There are a lot of arguments about what faith is and what it is not. But there’s no arguing that in today’s message from Joshua chapter 2, victory requires faith- Bible based faith that is.
There’s a popular saying that goes, “It’s my way or the highway.” That may sound rather egotistical coming from a man or woman, but when God says it, it’s final. We either accept His terms, or we’re on our own. Join us for some insight from the story of Rahab in the book of Joshua.
Today we look at the story of Rahab, who lied in order to protect the spies Joshua sent into the land. Did the ends justify the means? Before you answer, listen in to today’s message.
To know God, you’ve got to spend time with Him- you’ve got to engage with Him through prayer and His Word. That was Paul’s passion in today’s passage, and we hope it is yours as well.
The Bible gives us clear warning about false teaching and false teachers. It is a serious subject, and today’s is a sobering message.
The days of “Do as I say, not as I do” are long over. When Paul exhorts us to follow him as he follows Christ, he’s saying, “Follow Christ.”
The Word of teaches both God’s sovereignty and man’s responsibility. Finding a biblical balance between the two is a dauting task, but today help is on the way.
Where do you put your faith and trust? That is the question that is posed in today’s teaching. Men may fail us, but God never will. When you can count on anyone else, you can count on Him.