Sermons on Isaiah

Best Banquet Ever

Would anyone turn down tickets to the Super Bowl? Of course not! If someone was invited to dinner with the one person in the world they’ve always dreamed of meeting, would they RSVP “yes”? Absolutely! If that’s true about a couple of earthly short-term venues, then why would anyone reject God’s invitation to his heavenly banquet that lasts for an eternity? Join us because this week Jesus teaches us how crazy it is to reject this gracious invitation from God,…

Real Patience

Do you see yourself as a patient person? Would others agree with you? Patience is a virtue that is in short supply. Maybe that’s why the Bible so often encourages patience. In the great “Love” chapter, 1 Corinthians 13, love “needs to express itself” in patience. In the “fruits of the Spirit” chapter, Galatians 5, patience is identified as something that “needs to be” evident in the life of the Christian. Join us as we look at the level at…

“I don’t get anything out of worship.”

This Sunday Isaiah invites you to: “Seek the LORD while he may be found.”  God must have something very special in store for you if he wants you to make sure you seek him out.  He does!  What he wants more than anything else is for you to spend an eternity of pleasure and perfection with him in heaven.  The reason you need to connect with (or stay connected to) the LORD is that he’s the only one who can…

Divine Math

Sermon Text: Isaiah 6:1-8 How can 3 be 1, or 1 be 3? Let’s call it divine math! And no matter how awesome your math skills are, the Bible’s teaching of the Trinity is beyond our limited human understanding. One God, yet three persons (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) is a mystery intended to comfort the believer.

Trinity 2020

Click save above to download a pdf of this sermon. For a copy of the worship service bulletin, click here. You can also watch on our Facebook page. The Festival of the Trinity marks the half-way point in the Christian church year.  What amazing celebrations we’ve had these past 6 months: Christmas, Jesus’ earthly ministry, his suffering, death, resurrection and ascension, along with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. This is also a good time to set aside…

Candle of Prophecy

Advent 1 Isaiah 9:2-7 Today the Prophecy Candle was lit. The prophets were God’s OT writers and readers of the Word. God used the prophets to give constant information about the coming Savior. One of the most famous OT prophets was Isaiah.