Sermons on Isaiah
Isaiah 53:10-12 Jesus lived, died and rose again to guarantee the blessings of the Covenant of Grace to everyone who believes.
Isaiah 59:1-2 One of the blessings of obedience is that the Lord will hear our prayers.
Isaiah 50:4-9 We consider Jesus’ commitment to do His Father’s will, and are challenged to do the same.
Isaiah 6:5 We don’t really see what we are until we see the holiness of God.
Isaiah 40:1-11 As we look forward to the new year, we consider that Christians have a future full of hope in the Gospel.
Isaiah 66:1-4 God favors those who fear His judgments.
Isaiah 9:6-7 This One who was born on that blessed day was more than a Savior: He is your gracious and benevolent King.
Isaiah 46:9-10 God is in control. He is able to declare the end from the beginning, establishing His purposes and accomplishing all His good pleasure. He is able to do this not just because He knows what will happen, but because He planned it and because He has the pow
Isaiah 53:3 We aim to grow in our understanding of the person and work of Christ by considering Him as the Man of Sorrows. Truly, there was never sorrow like His sorrow, and we see that everything that happened to Jesus during His time on earth was absolutely neces
Isaiah 53:10 Revivals are a means of bringing in more of Christ’s sheep. Our passage reminds us that Jesus had a work to do when He came into the world; He was sent specifically to give Himself as a guilt offering for the sins of His people.
Isaiah 58:1-14 We are in dark times, and it is due to our sin. We need to pray for a revival for this nation and all the world.