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  • Maintaining Courage

    Contributed by Robin Fletcher on May 29, 2004
    based on 4 ratings

    Useful sermon for patriotic holidays that discusses how Christians can maintain courage (like soldiers).

    Maintaining Courage Note: Much of the information in this sermon was taken verbatim, from sermons on the Web site as follows: A Call to Courage (David DeWitt), Be Strong and Courageous (James Galbraith), Turning Chains into Courage (Dana Chau), Valuable Lessons for the Day more

  • The Hardest Thing Is To Begin

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Sep 23, 2004
    based on 24 ratings

    At this point in time, God chose Joshua to be a successor of Moses in leadership. This is the first time for Joshua to lead this large number of people to enter Canaan that why God assured him of His presence to succeed.

    Illustration: New job, new married couple, & Joshua to be a successor of Moses. I. His awareness of new things handed to him (vs.1-2) 1. A new responsibility 2. A new place to conquer 3. A new problems along the way (they are unhorsemen) 4. A new adjustment for leadership II. The more

  • Navigating Life In A World Of Change

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Aug 8, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    God seeks to share the journey through life with His people, guiding us through to what He has prepared for us.

    Last week we considered the subtle settling of our expectations. > I want to continue in a similar way with what the Lord has to say to us about going through CHANGES in life To help us realize just how much change we live is… consider the foolowing changes over just the past 11 years.. 100 YEARS more

  • Confront Unknowns

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Sep 12, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

    The goal of this message is to help the congregation to fact unknowns in the future without fear and with faith in God’s promises.

    Confront Unknowns Joshua 1:1-9 These are days around the world when people are learning to confront unknowns. Two hurricanes have hit Florida and a third is on the way. Hundreds of innocent children died at the hands of terrorists in Russia. Warfare continues in the Middle East. Three years more

  • Letting Go & Moving Forward

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jan 30, 2005
    based on 124 ratings

    This sermon deals with the need to let go of our past and move into what God has for us for the future.

    Letting Go And Moving Forward GNLCC 1-2-2005 Joshua 1:1-9 Acts 14:8-20 Now most of us in Cleveland know that Lebron James is our star basketball player for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Lebron is truly an awesome and incredible athlete. Very few people can make the jump from high school to more

  • Start Your Life With Faith Series

    Contributed by Joel Santos on Dec 25, 2004
    based on 124 ratings

    Part 2 of FACING THE FUTURE! During this transition period, God gave Joshua the assurances in facing his future: 1. He was assured of complete victory; 2. He was assured of His power; 3. He was assured of His presence; 4. He was assured of His providenc

    START YOUR LIFE WITH FAITH Joshua 1:1-9 INTRODUCTION Many years ago, a man was hired an experienced guide to lead him on a hike into the Swiss Alps. After many hours, they came to a high and remote mountain pass. To the man’s dismayed, he saw the path had almost been washed out. What could he do? more

  • Are You A Joshua Or Moses Generation?

    Contributed by Fernando Cabrera on Oct 26, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    We’ll we see how the characteristic of the Joshua generation who were able to walk in faith in a SEASON OF TRANSITION.

    Are you a Joshua or Moses generation? Joshua 1:1-18 Dr. Fernando Cabrera 1. In transition, you must be courageous (1:9) a. Boldness is the full manifestation of faith b. Fear is tormenting (I John 4:18) c. Be aggressive and conquering in the Spirit d. Demoralize=to throw things into more

  • God's Promises For The New Year

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Jan 8, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    New years resolutions are promises most often broken. We as human beings do not in ourselves have the power to keep all our promises. But God as the ever true, just, creator keeps His promises to others and us, always.

    Intro: New Year’s resolutions are promises that are more often broken than kept. We as human beings do not in ourselves have the power to keep our promises or covenants. But God as the ever true, just creator, always keeps His promises to others and us. So let us focus on the promise of God on more

  • Up Against A Wall

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 10, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    Encouragement from Joshua

    Intro: Last week we learned some lessons about Moses. We talked about Moses giving the leadership of the nation of Israel over to Joshua. This morning, we want to learn some lessons from Joshua’s first days of leadership. Joshua has been with Moses for 40 years in the wilderness wanderings. more

  • Fulfilling Your Destiny -Lessons From The Life Of Joshua

    Contributed by Dr. Stanley Vasu on Jun 27, 2001
    based on 58 ratings

    This sermon is about secrets of Joshua’s success as a leader when He took over from Moses after the death of Moses.

    FULFILLING YOUR DESTINY -LESSONS FROM THE LIFE OF JOSHUA OUTLINE 1.LABOUR 2.LOSS 3.LORD 4.LAND 5.LEAGUE 6.LAW 7.LEADERSHIP THE MESSAGE 1.LABOUR Joshua 1;1 Joshua was called Moses’ minister. Before God called him to succeed Moses and become the leader of more

  • How To Find Success In 2003

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on Dec 28, 2002
    based on 215 ratings

    A New Year’s sermon that tries to help the listener find success by following Joshua’s example.

    Joshua 1:1-9 & 10-16 Deuteronomy 34:9 "How To Find Success In 2003" INTRODUCTION Through long years of preparation and finally a burning bush experience, God called Moses to lead the Children Of Israel out of Egypt. At the conclusion of Moses’ life and calling, in Deuteronomy 34, we read more

  • "Preparing For A New Season"

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Mar 20, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    We must prepare for new seasons in our life when God gives us ideas.

    Iliff and Saltillo UM churches September 8, 2002 Preparing for a New Season Joshua 1:1-12 Introduction: Most of us rush through the seasons without giving much thought to where we’ve been or where we’re going. When we finally do look back, we wonder where the time went. It will soon be a year more

  • Be Strong And Courageous

    Contributed by Mike Turner on Jun 3, 2003
    based on 276 ratings

    Assuming leadership roles can often be tough. It requires being strong & courageous. This sermon shares Biblical advice as to how we can be strong & courageous.

    BE STRONG & COURAGEOUS JOSHUA 1:1-18 Joshua is an unevious position. Can you imagine having to fill the shoes of Moses ? Taking the place of a man...who could speak to God through a burning bush...cast down his rod, and have it turn into a snake, and then retrieve it, and find it a rod again. more

  • Be Strong & Courageous

    Contributed by Eric Amundson on Nov 9, 2000
    based on 114 ratings

    Living at the Border of the Promised Land

    The people of God stand at the border of the promised land. It has been hundreds of years since this land was first promised to Abraham. It has been a whole generation wandering the desert on the other side of the border. But, now, finally, after so much promise, it is about to become reality. more

  • "I Will Be With You”

    Contributed by Mark Haines on Nov 10, 2000
    based on 101 ratings

    A pastoral care intervention sermon challenging God’s people in my care to exchange their desire to have control & comfort for faith in God’s promise to be with them.

    WHAT’S THE PROBLEM? WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE? Danny Cox, a former jet pilot turned business leader, tells his readers in Seize the Day that when jet fighters were first invented, they "flew much faster than their propeller predecessors. So pilot ejection became a more sophisticated process. more