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Isaiah 34:1 - 35:10

Wednesday Evening Service

June 12, 2019 • Pastor Ron Arbaugh

Israel, the most persecuted nation/people group in the history of our world, could be excused for thinking they would never be free of their enemies. It would be VERY hard to believe God’s promises based on what each generation of people saw with their own eyes. Nation after nation coming against them with no hope of relief. We know all they had to do was repent and return to God and all would have been well. Even more to the point, the Jews in Jesus’ time needed only to believe what they saw with their own eyes and heard with their own ears...They didn’t understand but they did believe.

More from Isaiah

Isaiah 60

Wednesday Evening OT Study • November 20, 2019 • Pastor Ron Arbaugh

Imagination. When things look the darkest, when there seems to be no hope at all, God makes these wonderful promises of a future for His people.

Isaiah 59

Wednesday Evening OT Study • November 13, 2019 • Pastor Ron Arbaugh

Talk about unbelief. The thens of God from last week. We simply don't have faith to believe that the thens of God are for us! We see other people walking in the promises but somehow never make it ourselves.

Isaiah 58

Wednesday Evening OT Study • November 6, 2019 • Pastor Ron Arbaugh

"Our study...is about true fasting, effective praying. It is also about man's unwillingness to meet God on His terms. For every one of you who has asked God why your prayers aren't being answered, please accept His challenge because He wants you to know. And He wants you to know because He really wants to answer your prayers."