Contributed on Mar 28, 2011
God loves to confound the wise and uses the most unlikely means to accomplish his ends, even when it came to the incarnation of the Son of God.
An Unlikely Messiah (Isaiah 53:1-3) 1. Danny was born with no ears. He could hear all right, but he didn’t have ears like normal people. All his life, Danny endured ridicule and rejection because of his deformity. But he learned to live with it… … He graduated from high school with honors and ...read more
Contributed on Apr 3, 2011
Six hundred years before Jesus was born, Isaiah prophesied about his atoning work on the cross as God’s "Suffering Servant." What would this Suffering Servant accomplish by his death?
The Sin Bearer (Isaiah 53:4-6) 1. Many clearly Biblical, crucial beliefs are under assault these days. One of those beliefs is our conviction that Christ died as our substitute, that he took our sins upon himself when he died on the cross, and that he paid the penalty for our sins and offered ...read more
Contributed on Apr 25, 2011
The Messiah’s Resurrection is a key element to his saving work and without it, all would be lost.
He Will See the Light of Life (Isaiah 53:10-12) 1. It is hard to know who to trust these days. Even technically honest people can have evil motives: Two brothers were getting ready to boil some eggs to color for Easter. "I’ll give you a dollar if you let me break three of these on your ...read more