Sermons by Josh Davis
We examine several pictures throughout Luke that reminds us our God is the God of the impossible. No prayer is too big to pray. No person is beyond His saving grace.
The Gospel according to Matthew demonstrates Jesus is the Messiah, the Christ. Yet those who should have easily recognized this truth were often the ones who rejected it, and Him.
Zephaniah describes the “Day of the Lord” as a period of judgement for the unbelieving remnant and as a period of joy for the believing remnant. Which do you want to be in? Will you be made whole by Jesus?
As individuals and as a nation, we are at a crossroads. Which way will we go? Our choice places us either under God’s grace and mercy, or God’s wrath.
Jonah was a prejudiced preacher. He cared more about himself and his ideals than he did the eternal souls of the lost. God used Ninevah to challenge Jonah, and to challenge us today.
Who’s really in control of our life, us or God? The smallest Old Testament book, Obadiah, provides the biblical perspective.
As we surrender to God, He transforms our life from the inside out.
Daniel 9 includes one of the most powerful prayers of the Bible. It is a wonderful template for us to use in prayer for our nation as well.
Like a plant blooming in the midst of an arid desert, Jeremiah found hope in the midst of destruction and chaos.