Sermon Series
  • 1. Do We See What Isaiah Saw?

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2002
    based on 84 ratings

    What Isaiah saw that we need to see about Christmas. First in series.

    The Old Testament prophets were sometimes called "seers" because they were able to see things from God to be shared with others. Much of what they saw dealt with current events. But much of what the prophets saw also dealt with the future. Many times, like in today’s text, God dealt with a more

  • 2. Do We See What Jeremiah Saw?

    Contributed on Dec 7, 2002
    based on 83 ratings

    Second in series that helps us see the importance of the birth of Christ from God’s perspective through the major prophets of the Old Testament.

    Jeremiah, like Isaiah in last week’s message, was a "seer"; a prophet who was enabled by God to see things others had not yet seen. Today’s Bible text records what he saw concerning the kingdom of Judah’s immediate and distant future. In the immediate future he saw that the king of Judah, his more

  • 3. Do We See What Ezekiel Saw?

    Contributed on Dec 13, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    Third in the series on God’s view of the coming of Christ as revealed through the message of the major prophets.

    We’ve been looking these last few Sundays at the coming of Christ from God’s perspective by viewing some of the Messianic prophecies of the major prophets. We looked at how Isaiah saw the coming of Messiah as "God with us", and Jeremiah, who saw Jesus as, "The Lord Our Righteousness". more

  • 4. Do We See What Daniel Saw?

    Contributed on Dec 27, 2002
    based on 91 ratings

    Fourth and final sermon in series on Christ’s coming from the perspective of the major prophets.

    The Book of Daniel may well be one of the greatest proofs of the validity of the scriptures. In several chapters Daniel maps out the course of human activity with amazing accuracy. The rise and fall of world kingdoms were predicted by Daniel’s words so remarkably that one would think they more