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

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”


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

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?

Finding God In Tragedy – Exodus 11-12

We can't always see God in hard times, but we can trust that God has a plan for His glory and for our good.

God Will Provide – Genesis 22

Testing in the Bible reveals people's faith and God's character in new ways.

It’s Not Your Treasure To Bury: Worship

Christians typically worship on their own terms: give what is financially convenient, attend and serve only when nothing else interferes, and keep the gospel message to themselves. Then we wonder why God isn't more present and powerful. Our worship must be obedient to what God has called us to.

It’s Not Your Treasure to Bury

God has given everyone the same amount of hours in their day. As followers of Jesus we see time as something that has a purpose to it. We should make time to glorify God, and to enjoy what He has created