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Sermons about Courage
The well known story of David and Goliath has become a tale told to inspire the little guy to drum up the courage to battle the big guys. Is that what this story is about? Who should we identify with - David, Saul, or even Goliath? Listen to find out where the true source of courage is found.
Jesus walks on a stormy lake in the middle of the night and scares the bejeebers out of His friends! What can we learn?
How did Moses handle the disappointment of not being allowed to go into the Promised Land? How did he literally come out singing God's praises and affirming God's goodness? This message looks at that issue as well as the calls to courage and strength that God gave to Joshua and the Israelites and HOW we can build that for the challenges that face us.
Jesus preached over and over again to have no fear. Moving forward in faith means you trust.
All of Scripture points to Jesus. When we look at the life of Joshua in the Old Testament we see that Joshua is a great leader, but Joshua's life points to a greater leader in Jesus Christ.
When God loves us so much, we must be really something special, worthy of being loved, worthy of loving ourselves. And loving ourselves, must we not love our neighbor, who is a child of God like us? Jesus calls us to love all our neighbors—even, and especially, those hardest to love, those who are the least like us, the least like folks we want to associate with.
Join us as we learn from Peter and John what true courage means. Can we stand up in the face of injustice and say "WHo should we listen to? God or you?"