Isaiah

January 1, 2023 Sermon Isaiah 63:7-9 I Will Tell of the Kindness of the Lord

Our lives are filled with good things. It maybe doesn’t always feel that way, especially if we are looking back at a rough year or an unknown future. But despite the struggles and troubles in our lives, as Christians we rejoice in the goodness of the Lord. Let’s spend some time in God’s Word together […]

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Satisfied in Your Savior’s Salvation (Isaiah 61:1-3, 9-10)

When we suffer, we can become dissatisfied our Savior. In the midst of suffering and in life, our Savior brings what we need: Salvation. Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 61.

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Listen to the Lord; He Prepares You For Christmas (Isaiah 40:1-11)

What do you do to get ready for Christmas? The answer: Listen to the Lord. Understand this important point as you hear the Word in this sermon based on Isaiah 40.

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See What God Wants for His People (Isaiah 63:7-9)

God has perfect timing for all things, including our lives.  Even though we can’t always see or feel his plan, we look up and see God’s great sacrifice of his own Son to redeem us.  Despite the unforeseen hardships of today, take joy in knowing we are redeemed children of God.  This is God’s ultimate

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The Lord Prepares Workers For His Kingdom (Isaiah 6:1-8)

Through an incredible vision, God called his prophet Isaiah to go and preach to the people of Israel. Through the incredible gospel message, God calls you to be his worker. Listen to this sermon based on Isaiah 6:1-8

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Waiting Patiently in God’s Hand

Waiting for something can be extremely difficult. We struggle with patience especially as we go through troubles in life. As we look at the world, we can cry out, “How long, Lord?” Through the prophet Isaiah, God teaches us to wait by reminding us that we are forgiven. It’s in this forgiveness that we can wait. Listen to the sermon based on Isaiah 64:1-8.

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