GEM-R-01 100110AM EBG-01 Usefulness The Pathway to Usefulness: Consecration Isaiah 6 The pathway to usefulness is consecration. That is the pathway that God had to lead Isaiah along. That is the pathway we all need to follow. Only what is attached to God will last forever. Anything that is not attached to God […]
Book you can trust # 6 BYT-06 960616AM Open in your Bibles with me, if you would, to Isaiah, Isaiah chapter 41. And just to kind of track you where we are, where we’ve been, we started several weeks back. In fact, this is our sixth week looking at the book that you can trust. […]
960623AM.DOC THE BOOK YOU CAN TRUST # 7 BIBLICAL PROPHECY PART #2 ISAIAH 40:8 BYT-07 What is the simplest and yet most profound evidence the Bible offers? Fulfilled Biblical prophecy. What an irrefutable verification reserved to the Judeo-Christian Scriptures alone. Prophecy is the missing element in all other […]
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Portrayed in God’s Tabernacle
Today we are confronted with what it means to come face to face with God.
In Exodus, God sent a seismic sound and light show that shocked and awed the people of Israel.
Sabbath Purposes: Reflecting God’s Ownership of My Time & Enjoying the Simplicity of God’s Rest
This morning we are turning to Isaiah 58, where we see two ancient and powerful truths applied by God Himself. This passage is God applying Biblical fasting and a personal Sabbath rest.
How’s Your Hunger For God Today?
Today we begin a study of the Sabbath Day that can impact the way we live for the rest of our lives.
Today, sitting here: we are gathered as the Body of Christ. So the first truth for us to consider today is this:
Living The Way God Wants Us to Live: Embracing A Biblical Worldview in a Fallen World Isaiah 58:6-12 Each of us today has an operating system we use to go through life. This operating system is called our worldview. Our worldview is how we determine reality and make decisions like: What is good and what is evil. What is real and what is false. What is worthwhile and what is worthless.
Hungering for God Series, Part-5: Reflecting The Purpose that God Chose for Fasting By Cultivating Christ’s Compassion For Our Neighbors Isaiah 58:1-14 Our Almighty God is not prejudiced, He is not unjust, nor is He oppressive. Our Great God has immense compassion for the poor, the orphans, the widows, the oppressed, the afflicted, and the outcasts. GOD UNCHANGING SOCIAL COMPASSION God’s unchanging concern for His people to reflect, support, and seek a just social treatment of fellow humans is a constant theme in the Scriptures. From the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Bible) to the Prophets (the last 17 books of the Bible), and everywhere in between: God speaks with a consistent voice about the desire He has for justice, mercy, and compassion.
How Does God Want Biblical Fasting to Impact Our Lives? Isaiah 58:1-14 How do you reach a godless culture, moving away from God? With Christlike Compassion. Our study from God’s Word today may be one of the most relevant to the culture we currently live in, than any other topic we could study. As we open our Bibles to Isaiah 1, let me ask each of you a series of five questions, that explains how God describes the moral and spiritual collapse that precedes: THE DEATH OF A NATION 1. What happens when a nation with a long and deep Biblical Heritage turns its back on God? How about a group of formerly devout followers of the Lord who mostly have abandoned genuine worship, and godly behavior?
As we open to Isaiah 14 this morning, we are viewing the spiritual realm beyond our physical world. Above all the vast reaches of the cosmos, above all the swirling galaxies, shining stars and circling planets God made some special creatures, fashioned for His own service—the angels.
How do you reach a godless culture, moving away from God? With Christlike Compassion.
Our study from God’s Word today may be one of the most relevant to the culture we currently live in, than any other topic we could study. As we open our Bibles to Isaiah 1, let me ask each of you a series of five questions, that explains how God describes the moral and spiritual collapse that precedes: