God’s Will Through the Gospel
Pastor Fletch explains the context in which Galatians was written; and then asks the question, "Who was Paul?"
Galatians 1:1, 2
Joshua has some very hard things to say to the leaders of Israel, but it shows what God requires of His people. The book then ends on a high note of hope.
God uses covenants to unfold His plan throughout time. Each covenant finds its fulfillment in Jesus Christ.
God has always been faithful to fulfill His promises. Our obedience is motivated by His faithfulness.
As we share in God's covenant together, we should be willing to do everything to keep each other standing strong in that covenant.
God’s deliverance of His promise to Abraham, to Isaac and to Jacob, and by extension, all of Israel.
God is sovereign over all things, even the hearts of men.
Joshua 10:1-29 - 13:33
All prayer is for the hallowing of God's name. Prayer like this is the means through which the
most powerful force on earth is released: the Holy Spirit.
Jesus' birth is always linked to His death. His life is meant to create radical life change through faith.
Everything in Israel's worship service pointed to Christ. Israel was called to obey the word, just as we are called to obey the Word.
One of the most common arguments against God is the apparent genocide in Joshua. Understanding what God is doing in Joshua, and with Ai, requires a more in-depth look at God's mercy and judgement.
The story of Jericho is rich with imagery. It dramatically points to the new and living Covenant.
The book of Joshua pivots when Joshua meets a mysterious figure. The encounter with the Commander is so important in understanding God's purposes.
Israel was fit to enter the Promised Land because of their obedience to God. For the Church, obedience is born out of the freedom and promise found in Jesus.
The way in which Israel followed the ark of the covenant beautifully illustrates how we follow Jesus. Both lead into battle.
Salvation is for all people, and missions is born out of that Salvation.