by David Cawston

Experiencing Victory God's Way
David Cawston
Joshua 6:1-10

Think of a promise in your life from God that hasn't yet materialized! You know that God spoke to you about it! Career - Ministry - Healing - Financial - Project Now apply the Message of this morning to that promise!

Introduction: There is no greater Bible passage showing God's ability to dissolve walls that divide you from God's intended inheritance for you in his promises! There are always obstacles and walls that loom ahead of you when you want to occupy or fulfill God's future for you.

Walls of the impossible! Difficulties of age! Difficulties of health. Difficulties of resources.Walls of resistance. Difficulties of the mindset of people. Difficulties of circumstances. The obstacles are God's problem not yours. Understand that there is always an enemy that wants to prevent you from fulfilling God's purposes and promises in your life. John 10:1- 10 ''The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy...'' (NIV) God calls for you to make a commitment for you to occupy His promises in your future and to understand it must be done His way. 1. Settle it that it is God's Promise! You must become secure in that fact! In the 5th Chapter of Joshua the issue of God's promise is settled in the heart and mind of Joshua.

Josh 5:13-14:
13 Now when Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up and saw a man standing in front of him with a drawn sword in his hand. Joshua went up to him and asked, ''Are you for us or for our enemies?'' 14 ''Neither,'' he replied, ''but as commander of the army of the LORD I have now come.'' Then Joshua fell facedown to the ground in reverence, and asked him, ''What message does my Lord have for his servant?''(NIV)

This is an unusual passage but it has a great lesson in it for us in settling the aspect of God's promises. Nearing Jericho Joshua saw a man with a sword drawn. He asked , ''Are you for us or for our enemies?'' ''Neither,'' he replied, ''but as commander of t ...

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