As we examine Joshua 24:16–24, we will see three evidences of serving God with undivided devotion and obedience. The undivided heart: (a) loves the Holy God, (b) will not compromise with sin, and (c) relies upon the work of Jesus. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
In response to God’s goodness and providence, He calls His people to serve Him every day with complete devotion. This is our joy as His people. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
The more you remember God’s providence the more you will be motivated to serve God in everything, every day.
If the Holy God pursues the lowly, then embracing your lowliness is the path to lasting joy!
Let the wonder of Christ’s birth embolden your faith.
Everyone is seeking after something. God has created within every person a desire for discovery, acquisition, and worship. The story of the wise men reveals valuable lessons about the human heart but ultimately the heart of God for His creation.
Sometimes life makes us wait. What is God’s purpose in our waiting? And how are we to wait? We explore these questions as we unpack Luke 2:22–38 during the first week of Advent.
NOTE: There were some serious microphone issues resulting in sharp static noises in the recording. We’ve done what we could to remove those in the final file. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
Jesus has conquered on our behalf! But it might not be in the way we expect. What does it mean that Christ conquers by the Power of the Lamb? Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
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