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Going Home

Peter continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 22, looking back as the Israliste army returned home, and prepared to settle down after 40 years fighting for the land. 6 months ago, start of Joshua Then Joshua called together the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh. He told them, “Remember what Moses, the servant of the Lord , commanded you: ‘The Lord your God is giving you a place of rest. He has given you this land.’ Your wives, children, and livestock may remain here in the land Moses assigned to you on the east side of the Jordan River. But your strong warriors, fully armed, must lead the other tribes across the Jordan to help them conquer their territory. Stay with them until the Lord gives them rest, as he has given you rest, and until they, too, possess the land the Lord your God is giving them. Only then may you return and settle here on the east side of the Jordan River in the land that Moses, the servant of the Lord , assigned to you.” They an...

-1 s2019 JUN 24
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Caleb's Inheritance

Neal continued our series looking at Joshua. Neal looked at Caleb’s inheritance from Joshua 14 vs 6-15 – The background to this story needs to be understood to get the full picture and that background can be read in Numbers 13 and 14 Numbers 13 vs 18-20 – Caleb sent out to spy the land Numbers 13 vs 25-33 – The report is brought back with two different opinions Numbers 14 vs 1-10 - The people rebel Numbers 14 vs 23-24 – God’s promise to Caleb – which is finally fulfilled in Joshua chapter 14. Key verse -Numbers 14 vs 24 – But my servant Caleb has a different spirit/attitude than the others – He has remained loyal to me so I will bring him into the land he explored. His descendants will possess their full share of that land. The promise is fulfilled but its 45 years later!! Caleb is now and old man of 85 but God has not forgotten his promise and neither has Caleb! He has amazing faith and believes God that the promise will be fulfilled no matter how old he is! How good are w...

-1 s2019 JUN 17
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God Is In Control

Dave continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 11. Summary and context In the early years of the Israelites crossing the Jordan into the promised land Joshua sees many victories and also defeats. Victory when they enquire and are obedient to Him and defeat when they disobey or fail to enquire of the Lord. 1. The supernatural crossing of the Jordan river 2. Victory at Jericho 3. Salvation of Rahab 4. Defeat at Ai 5. Victory at Ai 6. Being deceived by the Gibeonites 7. The salvation of the Gibeonites 8. The Southern armies defeated when the sun stands still. 9. 5 Southern kings defeated. These are challenging chapters and Peter handled the issues so very well a few weeks ago. I only wish to add one point here on that subject. The Lord gave them many demonstrations of who he is. He started the conquest of Canaan from the south, where the main city of Jericho was so the local people could understand that he is God and in control. Rahab and family turned to God as a result. The G...

-1 s2019 JUN 10
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God Is In Control

A Fire Church - Loving One another Like Jesus Does

Building on a prophecy that was brought a couple of weeks ago, saynig that we are a "Fire Church", Phil looked at 1 Corinthians 13 and how the church needed to demonstrate each of these qualities to each other and to the outside world. Introduction • Word from Tim Banfield, Sunday visitor from Wales. • We are a fire church • Go and light some fires Don't know if you have considered what a fire church looks like? What does that mean? I have been thinking and praying about it since we had this word. As you we listened to the recording we can get excited about that but what's the reality look like So what does a fire church look like? A place where we experience the presence of God? A place where Gods kingdom breaks into people's lives? A place where we can expect healing and deliverance to take place? A place where people are saved? A church through which God demonstrates his Kingdom rule and reign into every place he has given us influence As I prayed God led me this one main thin...

-1 s2019 JUN 2
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A Fire Church - Loving One another Like Jesus Does

Miracles - God Does Not Break His Promises

Phil continued our series looking at Joshua 10, reminding us that God does not break his promises and that he can use all situations for his glory. Introduction • Last week we looked at the Gibeonite deception • How Israel did not enquirer of the Lord but make a covenant / Treaty with the Gibeonites that the Lord had commanded can they must not do. • They were presumptuous in not enquiring of the Lord • How that applies to us in our daily life Chapter 10: 1-15 • The Gibeonites were afraid of the people of God causing them to deceive them • Now the king of Jerusalem had heard of the victories and that Gibeon had made the covenant and was afraid • Gibeon on its own was a great city like one of the royal cities and all it's men were warriors They had cause to fear • J10 V 5 the 5 kings of the Amorites joined with the other kings. • In J 2 v 10 2 Amorites kings had already been defeated east of the Jordan • J 5v1 - fear was already in their hearts Word sent to Gilgal where Jos...

-1 s2019 MAY 26
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Miracles - God Does Not Break His Promises

Always Consult God

Neal continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 9 and the deception of the Gibeonites. The background to this story is that God has made it very clear to the children of Israel that they were not to enter into any covenants with the people who inhabited the promised land and that they were to destroy them as they worshipped other gods and practised idolatry. Exodus 23 vs 23-32 Instruction to Moses – Very Clear Deuteronomy 7 vs 1-6 Repeated Instruction – Very Clear Joshua 3 vs 9-11 – Joshua repeated God’s plan. Against this backdrop it was inconceivable that the Joshua and the children of Israel would enter into any covenant with any of the people in the promised land and the people of Gibeon knew this and therefore came up with a cunning plan to deceive them. The pretend they are from a country far far away and make it look like they have travelled far by wearing old clothes, having crusty and mouldy bread in their pockets and repeatedly telling Joshua that they live a lo...

-1 s2019 MAY 19
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Always Consult God

The Open And Closed Doors

Phil spoke from Revelation 3 and 4 about how essential it is for the church not to close the door to God. Introduction • God has been speaking right from the beginning of the year are we cold or Hot ? • Through Joshua we can see a devoted passionate people taking hold of the promises God gave years previously to Abraham. • Today I want to remind us of the prophetic as well as challenge us including myself of how we are responding. Revelation 3 verse 7 & 8 ““Write this letter to the angel of the church in Philadelphia. This is the message from the one who is holy and true, the one who has the key of David. What he opens, no one can close; and what he closes, no one can open: “I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close. You have little strength, yet you obeyed my word and did not deny me.” Revelation 3:7-8 NLT https://www.bible.com/116/rev.3.7-8.nlt • There is a door that has been opened that no man can shut only God • That door has b...

-1 s2019 MAY 12
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The Open And Closed Doors

Don't Presume God's Blessing

Peter continued our series on Joshua. Joshua presumed God's blessing, and had been beaten in battle. Cash machine You presume it will give you money. What we forget is that when we treat God like a cash machine, sometimes He says I don't like what you are going to spend the money on, so I am not dispensing any money! God allows harm to come as his people go outside his will. The family of achan take the spoils of war despite what God had told them. Stoning of the whole family is how we finished. All complicit? Maybe they all at least knew. This week, Israel return to Ai. Genocide? Ethnic cleansing? Norms of society were very different. Child sacrifice. Sexual liberty. Multiple wives. Intermarriage within a family. Marriage as a young teen, or even before. Capital punishment, even for what we would see as minor crime, like stealing. Views on this passage have changed over the years. Matthew Henry, died 1714 The wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. ie it's fine to plunder tho...

-1 s2019 MAY 5
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Don't Presume God's Blessing

Achan's Sin

Dave continued our series looking through Joshua, looking at the defeat of the Israelites at Ai following Achan's sin. See Joshua 7. Recap The Israelites have left Egypt, spent 40 years in the desert. They cross the Jordon into the promised land and consecrate themselves to the Lord. They then win a remarkable victory at Jericho not by their own military might but by the supernatural power of God in spiritual warfare who is in a covenant relationship with them. Read the chapter Following the great victory at Jericho they are soundly defeated. This to me is due to two issues. 1. Achan s sin and disobedience 2. Joshua’s presumption on God for the victory. Achan and his sin Adam and Eve were initially without sin. They sinned and and not repent of their rebellion from God. Therefore they were driven out of the garden (the promised land). In Egypt the Israelites are delivered from the destruction of the Lord by the atonement covenant of God at the Passover. This is a shadow of the cros...

-1 s2019 APR 29
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-1 s2019 APR 22
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Latest Episodes

Going Home

Peter continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 22, looking back as the Israliste army returned home, and prepared to settle down after 40 years fighting for the land. 6 months ago, start of Joshua Then Joshua called together the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh. He told them, “Remember what Moses, the servant of the Lord , commanded you: ‘The Lord your God is giving you a place of rest. He has given you this land.’ Your wives, children, and livestock may remain here in the land Moses assigned to you on the east side of the Jordan River. But your strong warriors, fully armed, must lead the other tribes across the Jordan to help them conquer their territory. Stay with them until the Lord gives them rest, as he has given you rest, and until they, too, possess the land the Lord your God is giving them. Only then may you return and settle here on the east side of the Jordan River in the land that Moses, the servant of the Lord , assigned to you.” They an...

-1 s2019 JUN 24
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Going Home

Caleb's Inheritance

Neal continued our series looking at Joshua. Neal looked at Caleb’s inheritance from Joshua 14 vs 6-15 – The background to this story needs to be understood to get the full picture and that background can be read in Numbers 13 and 14 Numbers 13 vs 18-20 – Caleb sent out to spy the land Numbers 13 vs 25-33 – The report is brought back with two different opinions Numbers 14 vs 1-10 - The people rebel Numbers 14 vs 23-24 – God’s promise to Caleb – which is finally fulfilled in Joshua chapter 14. Key verse -Numbers 14 vs 24 – But my servant Caleb has a different spirit/attitude than the others – He has remained loyal to me so I will bring him into the land he explored. His descendants will possess their full share of that land. The promise is fulfilled but its 45 years later!! Caleb is now and old man of 85 but God has not forgotten his promise and neither has Caleb! He has amazing faith and believes God that the promise will be fulfilled no matter how old he is! How good are w...

-1 s2019 JUN 17
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Caleb's Inheritance

God Is In Control

Dave continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 11. Summary and context In the early years of the Israelites crossing the Jordan into the promised land Joshua sees many victories and also defeats. Victory when they enquire and are obedient to Him and defeat when they disobey or fail to enquire of the Lord. 1. The supernatural crossing of the Jordan river 2. Victory at Jericho 3. Salvation of Rahab 4. Defeat at Ai 5. Victory at Ai 6. Being deceived by the Gibeonites 7. The salvation of the Gibeonites 8. The Southern armies defeated when the sun stands still. 9. 5 Southern kings defeated. These are challenging chapters and Peter handled the issues so very well a few weeks ago. I only wish to add one point here on that subject. The Lord gave them many demonstrations of who he is. He started the conquest of Canaan from the south, where the main city of Jericho was so the local people could understand that he is God and in control. Rahab and family turned to God as a result. The G...

-1 s2019 JUN 10
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God Is In Control

A Fire Church - Loving One another Like Jesus Does

Building on a prophecy that was brought a couple of weeks ago, saynig that we are a "Fire Church", Phil looked at 1 Corinthians 13 and how the church needed to demonstrate each of these qualities to each other and to the outside world. Introduction • Word from Tim Banfield, Sunday visitor from Wales. • We are a fire church • Go and light some fires Don't know if you have considered what a fire church looks like? What does that mean? I have been thinking and praying about it since we had this word. As you we listened to the recording we can get excited about that but what's the reality look like So what does a fire church look like? A place where we experience the presence of God? A place where Gods kingdom breaks into people's lives? A place where we can expect healing and deliverance to take place? A place where people are saved? A church through which God demonstrates his Kingdom rule and reign into every place he has given us influence As I prayed God led me this one main thin...

-1 s2019 JUN 2
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A Fire Church - Loving One another Like Jesus Does

Miracles - God Does Not Break His Promises

Phil continued our series looking at Joshua 10, reminding us that God does not break his promises and that he can use all situations for his glory. Introduction • Last week we looked at the Gibeonite deception • How Israel did not enquirer of the Lord but make a covenant / Treaty with the Gibeonites that the Lord had commanded can they must not do. • They were presumptuous in not enquiring of the Lord • How that applies to us in our daily life Chapter 10: 1-15 • The Gibeonites were afraid of the people of God causing them to deceive them • Now the king of Jerusalem had heard of the victories and that Gibeon had made the covenant and was afraid • Gibeon on its own was a great city like one of the royal cities and all it's men were warriors They had cause to fear • J10 V 5 the 5 kings of the Amorites joined with the other kings. • In J 2 v 10 2 Amorites kings had already been defeated east of the Jordan • J 5v1 - fear was already in their hearts Word sent to Gilgal where Jos...

-1 s2019 MAY 26
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Miracles - God Does Not Break His Promises

Always Consult God

Neal continued our series on Joshua, looking at Joshua 9 and the deception of the Gibeonites. The background to this story is that God has made it very clear to the children of Israel that they were not to enter into any covenants with the people who inhabited the promised land and that they were to destroy them as they worshipped other gods and practised idolatry. Exodus 23 vs 23-32 Instruction to Moses – Very Clear Deuteronomy 7 vs 1-6 Repeated Instruction – Very Clear Joshua 3 vs 9-11 – Joshua repeated God’s plan. Against this backdrop it was inconceivable that the Joshua and the children of Israel would enter into any covenant with any of the people in the promised land and the people of Gibeon knew this and therefore came up with a cunning plan to deceive them. The pretend they are from a country far far away and make it look like they have travelled far by wearing old clothes, having crusty and mouldy bread in their pockets and repeatedly telling Joshua that they live a lo...

-1 s2019 MAY 19
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Always Consult God

The Open And Closed Doors

Phil spoke from Revelation 3 and 4 about how essential it is for the church not to close the door to God. Introduction • God has been speaking right from the beginning of the year are we cold or Hot ? • Through Joshua we can see a devoted passionate people taking hold of the promises God gave years previously to Abraham. • Today I want to remind us of the prophetic as well as challenge us including myself of how we are responding. Revelation 3 verse 7 & 8 ““Write this letter to the angel of the church in Philadelphia. This is the message from the one who is holy and true, the one who has the key of David. What he opens, no one can close; and what he closes, no one can open: “I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close. You have little strength, yet you obeyed my word and did not deny me.” Revelation 3:7-8 NLT https://www.bible.com/116/rev.3.7-8.nlt • There is a door that has been opened that no man can shut only God • That door has b...

-1 s2019 MAY 12
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The Open And Closed Doors

Don't Presume God's Blessing

Peter continued our series on Joshua. Joshua presumed God's blessing, and had been beaten in battle. Cash machine You presume it will give you money. What we forget is that when we treat God like a cash machine, sometimes He says I don't like what you are going to spend the money on, so I am not dispensing any money! God allows harm to come as his people go outside his will. The family of achan take the spoils of war despite what God had told them. Stoning of the whole family is how we finished. All complicit? Maybe they all at least knew. This week, Israel return to Ai. Genocide? Ethnic cleansing? Norms of society were very different. Child sacrifice. Sexual liberty. Multiple wives. Intermarriage within a family. Marriage as a young teen, or even before. Capital punishment, even for what we would see as minor crime, like stealing. Views on this passage have changed over the years. Matthew Henry, died 1714 The wealth of the sinner is laid up for the just. ie it's fine to plunder tho...

-1 s2019 MAY 5
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Don't Presume God's Blessing

Achan's Sin

Dave continued our series looking through Joshua, looking at the defeat of the Israelites at Ai following Achan's sin. See Joshua 7. Recap The Israelites have left Egypt, spent 40 years in the desert. They cross the Jordon into the promised land and consecrate themselves to the Lord. They then win a remarkable victory at Jericho not by their own military might but by the supernatural power of God in spiritual warfare who is in a covenant relationship with them. Read the chapter Following the great victory at Jericho they are soundly defeated. This to me is due to two issues. 1. Achan s sin and disobedience 2. Joshua’s presumption on God for the victory. Achan and his sin Adam and Eve were initially without sin. They sinned and and not repent of their rebellion from God. Therefore they were driven out of the garden (the promised land). In Egypt the Israelites are delivered from the destruction of the Lord by the atonement covenant of God at the Passover. This is a shadow of the cros...

-1 s2019 APR 29
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Achan's Sin

20190421MaryBaptism.mp3

-1 s2019 APR 22
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