Sermons by Josh Davis
Daniel 9 includes one of the most powerful prayers of the Bible. It is a wonderful template for us to use in prayer for our nation as well.
Like a plant blooming in the midst of an arid desert, Jeremiah found hope in the midst of destruction and chaos.
Every time we hear a sermon, we make a decision. Either we draw closer to God by choosing to align our life with His, or we choose to slip away from Him by ignoring His word. What is your decision today?
How do we answer the major questions of life on origin, identity, meaning, purpose, and destiny? Do we find those answers in the universe, or beyond the universe? Perhaps more importantly, why are we even concerned with…
Knowing and walking with Jesus is life’s greatest treasure quest! But how many of us really want to take the journey?
Do you struggle to figure out how God is working in your life? The Book of Esther provides a fresh reminder that God is always working. Behind the scenes or in the open, God is always working. “Behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face…”
Sin destroys the wholeness and spiritual wellness God intends for us to enjoy. We must divorce ourselves from our sins!
It is tempting for churches to strive for results, by any means necessary. But is this biblical? Is this godly? Scripture paints a clear picture for us.
A nation often erodes from the inside-out. A church often erodes from the inside-out. A family often erodes from the inside-out. People erode from the inside-out. How can we stop this erosion?
David vs. Goliath: many are familiar with this Bible account, but few recognize the real hero, the real weapon, and the real reason behind this famous showdown.