Sermons on Gospel
First Samuel tells about Samuel, Saul, and David, but God is the real hero.
How could God use someone with so much baggage? How could God change a hopeless situation into the greatest blessing imaginable?
Why doesn’t God always respond when, how, and the way we think He should? Gideon struggled with this in the face of difficulties. How God responded to him teaches us many important lessons.
Although the name of the book is Joshua, don’t let that fool you. The main character and leader in this book is God. God’s presence, power, and leadership is on display in every single chapter of Joshua. Join us as we Walk…
As we continue our Walk through the Word series, the book of Joshua presents many wonderful truths and examples about focusing on God.
To love God is to desire to walk according to His will and His word. Simply put, to love is to obey.
There are many parallels between Moses’ serpent on a pole and Jesus on the cross. Listen to hear what they are.
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.