Isaiah 54:4-8 We may feel like God has turned away. But here’s the truth, God has not abandoned us. God leaves no doubt, God is a God of grace, God is a God of restoration. God has said “You are mine, come to me.”
Psalm 96 God is always at work. God has come to show us the way to his son, Jesus. So we “Sing a New Song”. God is seeking, saving, empowering, equipping and sending us. We are on a mission with God.
Unto Us – God Is Faithful Isaiah 53:1-12 God used the faithfulness of Mary and Joseph to make Jesus entrance into the world. God uses our faithfulness today for the things of God.
Isaiah 53: 1-12 Suffering Servant passage. The Messiah paid the price of sin and death, both spiritually and physically. It is God through Jesus we have redemption.
Isaiah 53:1-12 The child is the Messiah, the Son of God, who will bring peace to the world. Jesus, as Messiah has rescued us from being enemies of God, so we can learn to be at peace with all.
Second Sunday in Advent Isaiah 9:1-7 The child born of a virgin would be a mighty and peaceful ruler to bring light to the world. We seek to the let the child, who is Jesus, into our hearts.
First Sunday of Advent Isaiah 7:1-17 God brings a miraculous sign of his faithfulness through a virgin birth that would heal a dark world.
Commitment Sunday Gospel Equipped Ephesians 6:10-20 The Gospel allows us to face life in a particular way. We live it when we faithfully follow through on our commitments.
November 1, 2020 Ephesians 1:3-10 The gospel of God’s grace gives us the ability to see the world in a new way. We move from not seeing to seeing. It’s a challenge.
Hope In Life John 10:1-18 Hope from a Biblical point of view? Biblical hope is not a hope-so but it is a know-so. Hope is the knowledge of facts. This hope is an anchor of the soul.