Sermons

Isaiah 59

Hypocrisy in the church
God desires revival for His people, but tells Isaiah hypocrisy is preventing it. Everyone points fingers at everyone else, and no sense of personal (or corporate) repentance. The c\Church today struggles with the same sin.

Isaiah 58

THE CHURCH IN ACTION
As Christians we struggle to “live” our faith. We have wrongly viewed our faith as “personal” (just between God and ourselves). God calls us to be a corporate body of faith and to make an impact on the world.

Isaiah 57

REVIVAL REQUIRES REPENTANCE
God would love nothing more than to shower out His presence and power on those who profess to follow Jesus. Isaiah says that it is us who are often in the way. We allow false things to crowd out what God wants to do in us.

Isaiah 56

REVIVAL FOR GOD’S PEOPLE
God proclaims incredible blessings for His people, but only after revival takes place in His people. God again calls us to care for others who cannot care for themselves. This is one of the most commonly repeated themes in Isaiah.

Isaiah 55-56

A LIFE OF FAITH IS A NEW LIFE ENTIRELY
Many people simply add Christianity to whatever prior beliefs and actions they had, thinking that adding a bit of Jesus is what is necessary. God calls us to reorient everything to Him. Nothing remains the same. God becomes King.

Isaiah 54-55

Isaiah gives three images about salvation: a barren woman given a family, a lonely wife whose marriage is restored, and a poor city made wealthy and secure, all showing the power of God to transform lives completely.

God’s Servant Isaiah Recap 42-53

Isaiah proclaims God's truth to the people for their lives 2700+ years ago, as well as their lives eternally. Isaiah shows what God does now, and what God will ultimately do. Christians also live in this "now" and the "not yet" tension.

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Recap: Isaiah 24-26

PROPHECY: NEAR AND FAR IN ISAIAH
Isaiah proclaims events that will take place in his day, as well as find their complete fulfillment in Jesus. As he proclaims judgment and victory, the people in his day will see both, but they will anticipate a more full conclusion in Christ.

RECAP Isaiah 36-37: The Battles of Life

Christians face battles against culture, sin, self, and a spiritual enemy. Isaiah records a great battle that King Hezekiah faced in Jerusalem, teaching us to fight our battles with unwavering faith in Jesus.

Recap Isaiah 8:1-22 “Living Distinctly as God’s People”

LIVING DISTINCTLY AS GOD’S PEOPLE

God calls people of faith to live differently than the rest of the world. Christians are to ask ourselves how influenced by the world we are, and how we need to return to God in faith.
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Isaiah RECAP: The Vineyard of the Lord

PARABLE OF A VINEYARD
God uses a parable about a vineyard to teach the people of God about their obedience. Instead of healthy growth, God’s people are often like rotten fruit.

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The Path to Jesus – Acts 9

If we believe that Jesus lived, died, and rose from the grave, how can we live unaffected by that truth?