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  • Season Of Advent-Ure - Preparation Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 14, 2014

    Message about how we prepare our heart and as we prepare for Christmas season.

    Notes: some notes from Jerry Shirey’s message on Preparing for Revival Title: Season of Advent-ure – Preparation Series: Season of Advent-ure Theme: To show the next step of Advent – Preparation for the Messiah. What changes in us as we prepare. Text: Isaiah 40:1 - more

  • See Your King Is Coming Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 15, 2014

    Comfort is something that we all need from time to time. But where do you look for comfort> Is it to the living God who ave us his word to reassure us that he has all things in his hand and who sends us his Holy Spirit to strengthen and renew us?

    “Comfort, Comfort, my People, says your God.” Do you sometimes feel the need for comfort. Cadbury’s and Lindt make a lot of money out of that feeling don’t they? But when you hear a passage like this does it speak to an inner longing? That sense that you need someone else to more

  • Consolation Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Aug 18, 2013

    Outline: Purchased consolation, vss 1-2 Coming consolation, vss 3-5 A Word of consolation, vss 6-9 Our Consoler, vss 10-11

    Most people in Israel weren’t especially thrilled when a prophet showed up. That usually meant some bad news, a critique, and harsh warnings of impending judgment. In fact, the previous 39 chapters of Isaiah were just that. But here in chapter 40, things change; the welcome news is of more

  • Are You Hearing Voices? Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Dec 4, 2012

    The desert becomes a place of listening for those preparing to serve God. In the desert John would prepare the way for the Messiah (God). In our own deserts we must hear the voice of God in our preparation to serve him.

    1. [At this time of year there is a clamor of people wanting out attention – advertisers; children and presents; adults and presents; 2. In the midst of all of the noise around us, God is also seeking to be heard [In Wizard of Oz – Dorothy, Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, and Scarecrow more

  • Fly Eagles Fly Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 10, 2012

    A study of the book of Isaiah

    Isaiah 40: 1 – 31 Fly Eagles Fly “Comfort, yes, comfort My people!” Says your God. 2 “Speak comfort to Jerusalem, and cry out to her, that her warfare is ended, that her iniquity is pardoned; For she has received from the LORD’s hand Double for all her sins.” more

  • Isaiah 40 - Comfort My People Series

    Contributed by Gene Brooks on Aug 13, 2012
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    Isaiah wrote Isaiah 40 to teach Israel that comfort is found in the Messiah who is a sovereign Shepherd, an incomparable Creator, and a strengthening Savior.

    Opening thought: Ever had someone tell you to get out of your comfort zone? Those who say that want you to get out of your complacency, drop the laziness, get moving, do something you’ve never done before, try something risky. In today’s passage, Isaiah encourages us to find a real more

  • Trust Me

    Contributed by Bill Sullivan on May 4, 2011

    God’s answer to all of life’s challenges is the same: Trust Me - an exposition of Isaiah 40

    Trust Me TCF Sermon May 1, 2011 Sometimes, reading the newspaper can be entertaining. How about these headlines? • 4-H Girls Win Prizes for Fat Calves • After Detour to California Shuttle Returns to Earth • Astronaut Takes Blame for Gas in Spacecraft • Hospitals are Sued by 7 Foot more

  • Preaching To God's People

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 8, 2010
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    Preachers don’t want to ruffle feathers, lest folks fly away, startled, and go to a church down the street. And so we preachers often preach anything but God’s Word. But God uses real preachers, not pale, second-rate imitations.

    Intro Today, the Church finds herself wandering on dangerous terrain, for she no longer wants to listen to her preachers. Even worse, preachers don’t want to preach. They don’t want to ruffle feathers, lest folks fly away, startled, and go to a church down the street. And so we more