Don't Walk This Way

May 16th, 2021

Perfect Peace for the Coming Storm

May 2nd, 2021

Who Is Our Enemy

April 25th, 2021

Salvation's Song

April 18th, 2021

Did I mention that the prophet Isaiah was a musician? His "Song of Salvation" is our focus for this sermon. It could be called his "Life's Song." It includes correction, praise, hope, and prophecy--everything he needed to be victorious. If you had to title the song of your life, what would it be? Bitterness, jealousy, or anger? Or would it be Salvation, Hope, and Peace? It can be anything you choose.

A Sign as Sure as the Son

April 11th, 2021

When God wants to change the world, He starts with a child.

Judah was about as far gone as a nation could get. Wickedness permeated every sector of society, from the palace to the priest. Yet, when it seemed all hope was lost, God had a plan. He sent Isaiah a son and used his family to change the world.

But the real hope is in the promise: "Behold a virgin shall be with child...and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us."

Triumph and Tears

March 28th, 2021

Success is God's Call

March 21st, 2021

Isaiah 6 is the supernatural call of the great prophet Isaiah. Up until now, he has decried the corrupt state of the nation of Israel. In this chapter, he sees his own corruption in the light of the thrice-holy Eternal One. Without hesitancy, Isaiah pleads for cleansing and lays his all before the throne of Almighty God crying, "Here am I, send me!"

Grapes Gone Wild

March 14th, 2021

After a State of the Union address four chapters long, Isaiah picks up his guitar and begins to strum. Maybe he could regather the waning attention of his audience with a song.

He sings as a lover would to a wandering heart. By the third verse, the tone is plaintive, the key minor. In riveting poetry, Isaiah pours out the passion of the Almighty towards His erring people. Would his song capture our hearts and change our ways today?

Walk in the Light of the LORD

March 7th, 2021

“Come, let us walk in the light of the LORD,” Isaiah begins. It was very dark in Jerusalem at this time. As in all societies before they are brought to ruin, sin was rampant. Yet they could escape the wrath to come by returning to God in repentance.

Isaiah withholds nothing that is true and needful for his people. With much prayer and godly fear, I aim to follow his lead. Please pray with me. May God turn us back again to walk in His light!

Redeemed With Judgement

February 28th, 2021

Isaiah was an incredible prophet. He lived and preached during an unstable time in Israel’s history. His message was both fierce and compassionate, national and personal, convicting and compelling.

He starts by pointing out the desperate need of his day: righteous judgment. I believe we will find comfort, direction, and strength as we study this incredible book together.