God called Joshua to be courageous and step out into uncharted territory. God still asks that of us today!
Courage is doing what is right. Wisdom is knowing how.
Work with what you have. Use the abilities and resources that God has given you for the Kingdom.
"Nothing can hinder the Lord from saving, whether by many or few!"
Jonathan, son of Saul 1 Samuel 14:6b
In this era we hear a lot about following your heart. This is a great principle as long as it matches with God’s call on your life! In this sermon we look at Ruth and learn a lot from her desire to fully surrender to God’s agenda.
Sometimes you need to be made blind in order to see.
Acting with courage involves vulnerability and a willingness to trust God
We need to live questionable lives.
The way we live should invite questions about Jesus!
Judges is one of the most violent books in the bible. Why are we looking at it on Mothers Day?
How many times have we judged others on the way they appear rather than the way God sees them?
Moses had the courage to stand his ground in the face of adversity. Do you?
Moses' family was courageous in protecting him - God had a plan.
Have courage in the wisdom of God - God can bring order out of chaos.
Often we find a sacrifice brings blessings from heaven, and then we realise that it was no sacrifice at all!
Noah takes a risk in listening to God and following His instructions. We also learn the link between Noah and Jesus.
How many heroes go unnoticed?
We're called to live like heroes for the Gospel.