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Crossing Over to the Promise Land: A Sermon on Faith and Victory.

Crossing Over to the Promise Land: A Sermon on Faith and Victory

Scriptures: Joshua 1:6-9, Hebrews 11:1, 6; Matthew 7:13-14


Good morning, beloved brothers and sisters in Christ. It is a great honor to stand before you today to deliver this message on Crossing Over to the Promise Land. We live in challenging times full of uncertainties, but as believers, we know that our hope and faith in God will never disappoint us. In this sermon, we will explore the Israelites' journey to the Promised Land and how their experiences are relevant to us today.

The Promise of Victory:

In Joshua 1:6-9, we read about God's promise to Joshua that he would lead the Israelites into the Promised Land. God told Joshua to be strong and courageous, assuring him that He would give them every place where they set foot. This promise was not only to Joshua but to the entire Israelite community. The promise of victory was not based on their strength or military power but on their obedience and trust in God.

As Christians, we are all on a journey, and God has promised us victory. Victory over sin, sickness, and death. However, this promise is not for the faint-hearted. It requires us to have faith and courage in God, to believe His promises are accurate and that He will never fail us. Hebrews 11:1 tells us that faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. We walk by faith, not by sight, and this faith is what will give us the victory.

Encouragement in the Journey:

The journey to the Promised Land was not easy for the Israelites. They faced many challenges, including hunger, thirst, and attacks from their enemies. But despite these challenges, God was with them, providing for their needs and strength. In the same way, as we journey towards our Promised Land, we can take encouragement in the fact that God is with us. He will never leave us nor forsake us.

Furthermore, we can take encouragement from the testimonies of prominent conservative preachers who crossed into their Promised Land. One example is Billy Graham, who dedicated his life to preaching the gospel worldwide. Despite facing opposition and criticism from the world, he held steadfast in his faith, trusting in God's promises. He once said, "My home is in heaven. I'm just passing through this world." This statement reminds us that our journey on earth is temporary, and our ultimate destination is heaven.

Challenges on the Journey:

As we journey towards our Promised Land, we will face many challenges. We will face opposition from the world, temptations to compromise our faith, and doubts in our abilities. The journey may also be long and difficult, and we may not always see the end in sight. However, we must remain steadfast in our faith and trust God's promises.

In Matthew 7:13-14, Jesus warns us that the way to eternal life is narrow and hard, and only a few find it. However, He encourages us to strive towards this path, for it leads to life. We must be willing to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Christ, for this is the only way to the Promised Land.


In conclusion, crossing over to the Promised Land is a journey that requires faith, courage, and perseverance. We must hold steadfast in our faith, trusting in God's promises and taking encouragement from those who have gone before us. We must also be willing to face the challenges on the journey, for it is through the challenges that our faith is strengthened.

Let us pray. Heavenly Father, we thank you for your promises of victory. Help us to hold steadfast in our faith and trust in you. Help us to remain faithful on the journey towards our Promised Land, knowing that you are with us always. Strengthen us in times of temptation and doubt, and guide us to the path that leads to eternal life. We pray this in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.

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