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The most courageous thing you can do is fearlessly, daily follow God. It's easy being a pagan, following Christ is difficult.
Past (or current) successes can make us vulnerable to new failures. As the people of God wrapped up their first big "win" at Jericho, they also stumbled into their first big "fail" in the Promised Land. How we live privately affects the people of God publically. Both our failures and successes as the church impacts what people will understand of God and what we will experience of Him as well. Watch out for taking people or things God intended to be used to help you worship Him and turning them into idols that lead to God's chastening hand on us.
The story of Jericho might be too familiar to us to be strange. Pastor Jody Sledge calls us to see how strange this story (and others from the Bible) really is. See how God uses His foolishness to stop the wisdom of this world - especially in the cross.
As the book of Joshua begins, we find the death of Moses and a crisis in Israel. Who will lead God's people into the promised land? Listen to this first chapter of Joshua and see God's command to be strong and courageous in Him.
Both Joshua & Eleazar died and left huge gaps in Israel - The military prowess of Joshua and the Spiritual strength of Eleazar were gone. Who would take their places?
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.
What is comforting about the fact that God is the God of change?
A Challenge to Fathers to follow in the footsteps of Joshua and leader their families in serving the Lord.
The following question will be answered: Why do we need reminders of the Lord’s faithfulness?
Moses' young protege, now fully prepared by God, takes the great leader's place to lead Israel finally into the Promised Land. Who is this man? How did God select and prepare him? What are his priorities and where is his heart?