Now Joshua, still a young man, witnesses the anointing of the seventy elders, and the plague, at the Graves of Lusts. These two events will no doubtly leave a lasting impact on the young Joshua. Listen as we continue to explore, Joshua's time of preparaion!
This week we will continue to look at the first tent of meeting, the prototype that set the precedent for all corporate worship that would follow. We will also look at what impact this would have had on the young Joshua, and why he chose to remain within the tent, close to the presence of God.
Joshua’s time of preparation took the better part of five decades. The first time we meet him he is on the battlefield before Amalek, the next time he appears, he is on the mountain with Moses, this week he is refusing to leave the tent of meeting. Listen as we continue with the life of Joshua.
For everyone God uses,he prepares, and for Joshua, there would be no exception. Before Joshua would lead the nation in the conquest of Canaan, he would spend the better part of five decades being discipled by Moses. This week we will continue to look at Joshua’s time of preparation.
Joshua's ministry began with over fifty years of preparation under the leadership of Moses. This served to be a time without which he would have never been prepared for all that lay before him. This week will begin looking at how Joshua was prepared to lead God's people into the promise land.
This week we will look at a passage that we are all aware of, but probably haven’t given much consideration to, and that being the story of Peter cutting off the ear of one who came to arrest Jesus. What can we glean from those moments, and what might it teach us about ourselves?
Hope is an interesting concept, one that cannot exist except within a certain set of circumstances. This week we will explore the concept of hope, as seen through the lens of Scripture.
When the discussion about sin turns to an analysis of do’s and don’ts, we have left a proper understanding of sin altogether. To reduce sin to commandments, is to miss the point altogether. Sin has more to do with who God is, than us and our depravity. Listen as we put sin in its proper perspective.
Today we live in a world where people want to listen about Jesus, instead of live for Jesus, a world where we come to church to use and take, instead of give and serve. We live in a world where believers feel they are entitled, instead of indebted. Whatever happened to Living for Jesus?
In heaven there is no night, and in hell there is no day, more importantly though, scripture reveals to us why God has made them a part of our existence here. Listen as we explore the biblical reason for day and night, and what that should mean to the children of God.
There is a saying, we don't see things as they are, we see them as we are. The truth is, we are most of the time, missing the Forest for the Trees. Listen as we explore this old idiom, and its implications in our spiritual lives.
Sometimes we are left in situations where Christ is all we have, like the time when Paul was left at night in the deep. Listen as we see how in those moments when Christ is all we have, he is obviously, like as was true for Paul, all we need!
Solomon was mesmerized by how an eagle navigated effortlessly in the heavens, something that becomes symbolic when you understand it in its spiritual light. Listen as we explore the importance of learning how to soar in our spiritual lives.
When you call AAA you dont expect a new car and if you did you would be continually dissaponted. Listen as we discuss what are the proper expectations we should have, and how Jesus Works in the context of our lives.
Jesus said where your treasure is, that is where your heart will be, listen as we explore this simple but overwhelmingly important principle and how it is affecting our lives, whether we want to admit it or not!
We live in a world where everything is interconnected, a world where everything affects everything else, and nowhere is that more important than in the area of sin. Listen as we look at how a little leaven, leavens the whole lump.
God commands us to be Holy as He is Holy, something most because of a simple misunderstanding cast off as impossible. Listen as we explore the unique emphasis the word Holy has in Scripture and how being Holy is a choice right at our fingertips.
In the classic children's movie Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, we were all moved when Charlie Buckets finds the last golden ticket. The expression on his face was priceless, a face filled with wonder. Listen as we ask the question, where's the Wonder