"faith" Tagged Sermons
Finally, after waiting for 25 years, Abraham and Sarah receive the child that has been promised to them.
Another opportunity, and unfortunately, another failure. Abraham and Sarah fall back into using lies and schemes instead of trusting the Lord.
The covenant is sealed by an act of faith, and another new name is revealed to Abraham.
How are we to respond when the world seems to be on a collision course with the gospel? In truth, the gospel has always been on conflict with the world. The collision has always been heading toward us. We just have to prepare for the impact.
Detours are rarely a good thing, especially when they take us off the path God intended for us to walk.
The core of Christian life is faith. Faith is not a mindless, blind following of some fanciful ideas. Faith is based upon a relationship that leads to strong confidence and reliance. Is that what your faith is like?
Life is difficult, and there will always be voices that make it even more difficult. Who we listen to matters, so let’s make sure we listen to the right voice, and that we refuse to quit! We need a steadfast faith.
This particular passage in Joshua is one that contains some difficult concepts. How serious is sin to an absolutely holy and righteous God? What do we do when we face circumstances where God’s actions are…hard to understand? It all comes down to faith…
As we continue our look at spiritual growth we have been confronted with the need for courage, and now we have to look at how that courage is put into use, by taking a risk.
A dead faith can still appear to be very religious. The problem is that we were never called to be religious, we have been called to be faithful.