Pastor Mike Frison used Isaiah 30, a chapter which focuses on the people of Israel making their own plans instead of submitting to what God wanted for them, to help us think how we sometimes want God to simply “bless” the plans we make for our life, our education, our church, our home. We can be as guilty as the Old Testament Israelis.
What does “True Worship” actually consist of? What kind of worship is pleasing to God? Elder Martin Rossol takes a shot at that question in his talk today based on Isaiah 58.
The prophet Isaiah foretold the coming of “…a child…” and this child was announced as having these names: Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace. Each has significance, as Jim Scullion explains in today’s sermon.
Isaiah 9 is a well known Bible passage generally believed to be prophesying the coming Savior. But what are the themes of light and joy are very dominant in the passage? Pastor Jim provides some insight in Sunday’s sermon.
Where do you find your security and safety? We often try to find it in our 401K, or insurance, or that relationship. We should be looking to the Lord our God. Isaiah the profit preaches on the same topic, and Pastor Mike helps that message to us today.
Ever feel like you have “bottomed out”? Jesus came to rescue, to restore, to save…