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This message is part of series from Isaiah paralleling ancient Israel and America. Israel was attempting to exault itself. It exposes the problem of human pride and self-sufficiency.
Series: Isaiah
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:6-2:11
Shared: 12/14/2006
In light of 9/11 one might ask the question; could we face the same fate as the Nation of Israel did?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:6-2:22
Shared: 11/13/2007
Encourage and empower beleivers to rejoice in sharing the christmas message and its subsequent results
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 1/20/2004
The sermon speaks of shattering the darkness that sometimes covers our lives, darkness cause by fear, anxiety, disappintment, suffering, sin . . . The hope of Advent’s peace begins at the point we are able to own our darkness and know it intimately, w
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 10/25/2003
Where does hope come from and how do we get it when life brings us to the point of hopelessness?
Series: Advent
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 11/26/2004
This is an Advent sermon.
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 11/29/2004
This sermon is about two aviators on opposites sides of World War II and their conversion to Christianity. (Mitsuo Fuchida who led the attack on Pearl Harbor and Jacob Deshazer who participated in the Doolittle raid).
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:4
Shared: 4/14/2002
This sermon explores the vision of Mount Zion as it contrasted the Mount Sinai experience. Isaiah saw our experience with the presence of the LORD.
Denomination: Mennonite
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Tags: Peace
Shared: 11/13/2007
Isaiah 2:1-5 is the Old Testament for the First Sunday in Advent, Year A in the Revised Common Lectionary. This was the occassion for the preaching of this message in December 2007, and the theme is that the Second Coming of Jesus is our ultimate hope.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 12/2/2007
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 2:1-2:5
Shared: 5/20/2005
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