Sermons on Isaiah
Introduction to our new sermon series on marriage and parenting. Marriage is important, marriage is a blessing, and marriage is difficult. Marriage is a living illustration of God’s relationship with his people
Acts 10:1-16 1 – This Story gives us a “God’s eye view” of our spiritual practices and generosity Acts 10:25-48 2 – The Gospel crosses all human barriers Isaiah 49:6Galatians 3:28 3 – God is always at work and we are sent to join Him in His work
Acts 8:26-28Acts 8:29-31Acts 8:32-35Isaiah 53:1-12Romans 8:18-25Acts 8:36-40Acts 8:6-25
Isaiah 40:28-31 Psalms 130:1-8
Psalm 23 He guides us He provides for us He saves us John 10:10-16Isaiah 53:4-8
A paradox is one truth along side a seemingly contradictory second truth. How do we deal with two truths that seem to contradict each other? Scripture presents many paradoxes, and we will explore how to deal with a few of them in this new series.
We are blinded by the world, the Holy Spirit gives us a supernatural sight.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.11 Life is an enigma (Hevel), but God gifts us with peace and joy. Solomon gives us a great allegory that we can use to learn about how Christs wisdom saves.
Ecclesiastes – Pt.10 In this seemingly paradoxical life I commend joy with trust and peace in the Lord.