Category: Isaiah

Hope in the Midst of Suffering
September 16th, 2018

Isaiah 1:21-21 What do you do when someone you love is suffering because of poor choices they made? What do you do when someone you love is trapped in addiction and a string of broken relationships? You lament; you grieve. What do you do when your country is suffering because of the lack of values […]

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True Worship
September 9th, 2018

Isaiah 1:10-20 Last week we began a series of sermons on the book of Isaiah. Isaiah does not open his book on a cheery note. The opening of this book paints a picture of a bloodied and bruised people, bloodied and bruised because of choices they have made, because of their sin. God’s response to […]

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The Pain of Rebellion
September 2nd, 2018

Isaiah 1:1-9 Isaiah is the first of the prophets in our Bible and is viewed as the greatest of the prophets. Isaiah is the second most quoted book in the New Testament. What is the most quoted book? The third most quoted book? In the New Testament there are 68 quotations from the Psalms, 55 […]

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Hope for a Stump
November 20th, 2016

Isaiah 6 In our series of sermons from the Old Testament appearances of God to his people, we come to a well known passage, Isaiah 6. We think of this as the call of Isaiah to be a prophet to Judah, the southern kingdom of Solomon’s Israel. (Just as a reminder, after the death of […]

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Fasting: No to the World and Yes to God
August 14th, 2011

Isaiah 58:1-14 We are in the midst of the lunar month of Ramadan. I find it ironic that Ramadan is called a period of fasting when people gain weight in that month. When more food is consumed in that month than any other month of the year, why is it called a fast? I have […]

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