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Encouragement & Challenge from the prophecy of Isaiah

To Be Continued....

Isaiah 66: 1-24 • January 28, 2018 • Scott C. Jones

The Hope-Filled Future

Isaiah 65: 13-25 • January 21, 2018 • Scott C. Jones

The People Repent

Isaiah 64 • January 14, 2018 • Dean R. Macke

The Servant Brings Freedom & Restoration

Isaiah 61:1-4, 62:1-5 • January 7, 2018 • James Fields

Is God Listening

Isaiah 58:1 - 59:2 • December 31, 2017 • Jonathan Sgalambro

Christmas Eve 2017

Isaiah 55:1-13 • December 24, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

The Sin-Bearing Servant

Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12 • December 17, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

The Servant and The Heart of God

Isaiah 49:1-16 • December 10, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

God's Chosen Servant

Isaiah 42:1-10 • December 3, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

Incomparable God

Isaiah 40:12-31 • November 26, 2017 • Jonathan Sgalambro

One of the greatest passages in all of Scripture about the utter uniqueness of God.

Prepare The Way Of The Lord

Isaiah 40: 1-11 • November 19, 2017 • James Fields

A beautiful passage about God’s redeeming, restorative intervention in human history. This passage opens the second half of the book which focuses on the saving work of God (in Jesus). This is the first time in Isaiah where the Gospel (good news!) is mentioned.

Trusting God

Isaiah 36 - 39 • November 12, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

A long, narrative section of Isaiah that considers Hezekiah who almost gets it right. The two-fold point of this story seems to be: 1) Trust (only) in God! and 2) For God’s people to truly be freed, they’ll need a better and perfect King.

Tale of Two Cities

Isaiah 24 - 27 • November 5, 2017 • Scott C. Jones

A fascinating allegory about the city of this world versus the city God will one day create. The challenge is basically: which city are you helping build?

God's People Among The Nations

Isaiah 13 - 23 • October 29, 2017 • Jonathan Sgalambro

God is not only the God of Israel but He is Lord of all the nations. Thus, he can speak authoritative to the nations. Interestingly, these prophecies while about the nations are actually spoken to Israel. Point being: First, your God, Israel, is Ruler over all, so trust Him. And second, you have become just like all of the other nations, so it’s time to repent and act distinctly in the world.

The King and His People

Isaiah 11:1-11 • October 22, 2017 • James Fields

One of the first of many prophecies in Isaiah about a coming King who will provide righteousness and judgement on a global scale. Isaiah envisions a king from the line of David who will bring renewal to all of creation.

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