Sermon Series: Our God Saves

Our God Saves: Isaiah 28

People throughout history have tried to rescue themselves from death by their own efforts, good works, self-achievement, wealth, power, etc. Salvation is found in Christ alone, and whoever trusts in Jesus will never be shaken.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 27

The Grace of God creates beautiful transformation in his people.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 24

The modern gospel is a message of love, grace, and mercy. The only inclusion of judgement is often only related to those outside of Christ. God will use judgement to purge all the sins of human history and restore life.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 22

Death is a reality we all face. How we live is a choice we all make. Do we see death as a part of God’s plan, and grace as the way we are to all live? Or, do we take this life for granted and waste it on things that cannot last?

Our God Saves: Isaiah 21

God’s people throughout history struggle with trusting in earthly things more than trusting in God. All of us [especially husbands and fathers] are to watch over ourselves and our families to see where we are truly placing our hope.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 19-20

God has provided a way that any person–from any background–can be made whole in Christ. Unfortunately, redemption and healing are often birthed out of humiliation and despair.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 17-18

The Bible says repeatedly that every person who ever lived will eventually bow their knee before the one true God Jesus Christ. If we believe that to be true, what will we place our confidence in until we meet Him?

Our God Saves: Isaiah 15-16

Repentance is the turning from anything opposed to God’s best plan for us and running from it. Repentance ushers grace into our lives and restores our soul. No true Christian faith exists apart from ongoing repentance.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 14

God opposes the proud and gives grace to the humble.

Our God Saves: Isaiah 13

When everything in life (economic, political, spiritual, mental, and emotional) all seem like they are corrupt and unable to be fixed, we are comforted by knowing that Jesus has overcome the world.