Sermons by Brad Davis
First Samuel tells about Samuel, Saul, and David, but God is the real hero.
Samson had a wonderful start to his life, but his selfish choices continually led him away from the Lord. Learn from his mistakes so that you don’t repeat his failures, and suffer the consequences.
As we continue our Walk through the Word series, the book of Joshua presents many wonderful truths and examples about focusing on God.
As we continue our series, “Walk through the Word,” Deuteronomy holds great treasures which teach us how to walk closely with God.
To love God is to desire to walk according to His will and His word. Simply put, to love is to obey.
Leviticus 16 describes the Day of Atonement. The scapegoat mentioned in this passage is a wonderful foreshadowing of the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.
Holiness is one of the key terms in Leviticus. Today we focus on how a Holy God can transform an unholy people into holy through His redemption.
Jacob got a new name, and a fresh start with God. So too, when we surrender to Christ, He is able to work through us in an amazing way.
Have you ever considered what the first Christmas would have been like from heaven’s perspective? The Captain of Heaven’s Angel Army is born as a defenseless baby. The splendor of heaven is exchanged for the filth of earth.