Shout It from the Mountaintop! (Isaiah 52:7-10)

Scripture Text: Isaiah 52:7-10 Shout It from the Mountaintop! (MP3) Shout It from the Mountaintop! (Sermon Text) Introduction We have celebrated another Christmas. This is a special time of the year where we sing songs about the birth of Jesus, we read scriptures regarding the long expected Savior, and we remember the hope the world …

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Great Comfort, Great Savior (Isaiah 40:1–11)

Scripture Text: Isaiah 40:1–11 Great Comfort, Great Savior (MP3) Great Comfort, Great Savior (Sermon Text) Do you need comfort right now? Some of you may be thinking, “I wish the pews in church were more comfortable. I wish my bed was a bit more comfortable last night.” Yesterday at 3:30pm, I was comforted when my …

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What is Your Delight? (Isaiah 11:1-10)

Scripture Text: Isaiah 11:1–10 What is Your Delight? (Sermon Text) Introduction Last week, we read a birth announcement about a child that was given to us. The passage today begins with another announcement - this one about a Savior-King who will rule a peaceful kingdom. Although Israel at the time was suffering as a result …

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What is His Name? (Isaiah 9:1-7)

Scripture Text: Isaiah 9:1–7 What is His Name? (Sermon Text) Introduction Last week we looked at one of Isaiah’s prophesies about the “latter days” when mankind’s Savior shall come. This prophecy gave hope to God’s people who had forgotten their calling and the promises of God. Isaiah prophesied about seven hundred years before the earthly …

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Come to the Mountain of God (Isaiah 2:1–5)

Scripture Text: Isaiah 2:1–5 Come to the Mountain of God (MP3) Come to the Mountain of God (Sermon Text) Introduction In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth and everything was very good. God placed our human ancestors, Adam and Eve, in a garden in order to tend to His creation. All was …

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