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  • How Can We Recovery From This? The Prescription For Recovery

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Jan 7, 2021
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    This message is good news for every sinner and every backslider who finds themselves bound in sin and crippled by habits. The text shows the undying love of God and his willingness to help us in whatever position we find ourselves.

    A Prescription For Recovery (A Call To Recovery) Introduction: The book of Isaiah is one of the most fascinating of all the Old Testament Books of Prophecy. It has 66 chapters that actually reflect the 66 books of the Bible. Thirty-nine chapters have to do with the history and judgment to Judah, more

  • A Daily Word Of Encouragement And Admonishment Re: Coronavirus 3

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 23, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    Being Responsible to God, Others and Self

    The equation is: DO NOT PANIC >/< DO NOT BECOME COMPLACENT Today, I am listing a few suggestions that we all might consider as safe options to occupy down times: Cooking – trying new recipes – inventing new recipes; baking – bread-pies-cakes-brownies; find a good private fishing spot and more

  • A Reasonable Offer

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 17, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    The calling out of the Remnant.

    A REASONABLE OFFER. Isaiah 1:10-20. The opening of this wonderful Book of Isaiah introduces us to a Ministry which, on a conservative estimate, spanned some 64 years. The first verse (Isaiah 1:1) tells us of (I) its Divine authorship: it was a “vision”; (II) its human authorship: Isaiah, son more

  • "keep It Clean"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Aug 10, 2019

    The message shares how God tells the inhabitants they need cleansed as a result of their sins, they need a spiritual bath.

    Keep It Clean Isaiah 1:1, 10-20 • Dirt, dust, pollution, filth, trash are a part of our everyday life. • As a result we use soap to clean ourselves up the bible has verses that share the use of soap in Scriptures. Job 9: 30Even if I washed myself with soapB and my hands with washing soda, 31you more

  • Witnessing To The Culture Of Death Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 7, 2020

    We must work and pray, as St. Benedict told us to do. Work for the spread of the kingdom in our families and communities, and vote as a Christian must, for godly men and women who will resist the culture of death and legislate for life, peace, and goodness.

    Tuesday of the 2nd Week in Lent 2020 For our first reading today, I have chosen to begin earlier in the first chapter of Isaiah than the Lectionary suggests, and to add the verses the Lectionary omits. The Lenten readings take a great deal of the very long prophecies of Isaiah, but they omit more

  • Moved By The Glory Of The Lord Series

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Jan 30, 2022

    Whenever God shows himself to his people by his mighty deeds, or whenever God gives his promises, He expects a response. You cannot come into God’s presence or hear his Word and be unmoved. Do you fear him? Will you listen? Are you moved?

    There’s a great quotation I once came across. It goes like this: “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us” (A.W. Tozer). I love that, because it orients us in the right direction. Our whole life is about being in relationship with God. That’s the most more

  • Prosperity In The Times Of Famine

    Contributed by Ajibola Disu on Dec 24, 2018
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    Immediately you see the word prosperity you might connote that it has to do with worldly riches, goods or money. However 3 John 2 gives three dimensions of wealth; bodily prosperity, soul prosperity and spiritual prosperity.

    Immediately you see the word prosperity you might connote that it has to do with worldly riches, goods or money. However 3 John 2 gives three dimensions of wealth; bodily prosperity, soul prosperity and spiritual prosperity. Hence this sermon would talk about absolute wealth according to 3 John 2 more

  • God's Call For Justice

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Jun 20, 2019
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    To be faithful to our God we must be concerned with much more than our own peace of mind or personal holiness. God calls us to care about others and the treatment they get in society.

    The Gospel According to Isaiah, Part 4: God’s Call for Justice Isaiah 1:16-26 March 18, 2012 Rev. Stephen Aram Probably most of us have heard people speaking about their faith as a very private thing, something you feel in your heart, something you don’t talk about. Sometimes you hear more

  • Are You Listening To God? Series

    Contributed by Brad Beaman on Feb 25, 2022

    Though your sins be as scarlet, they will be white as snow. Your sins are as red as crimson. God can make you white as snow. God offers forgiveness in Jesus Christ. Are you listening to God?

    There used to be a television commercial. In it everyone was talking and involved in all sorts of activity. One man says my broker is E. F. Hutton and he says… all stopped to listen. The commercial said when E. F. Hutton talks people listen. This is a passage where God speaks. God speaks here of more

  • Let's Talk Justice Series

    Contributed by Danny Guglielmucci on Feb 16, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    A sermon given for Freedom Sunday, a day where Churches around the world preach about freedom and justice, and praying for victims of slavery.

    As Christians we have a responsibility to share the freedom of the Gospel message, but we also need to activate what we believe, by lifting others to a place of strength and liberty. In John 13:34, Jesus gives us a new command -- 'Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one more

  • Isaiah 1 Series

    Contributed by Chuck Musselwhite on Feb 29, 2016

    Exposition of Isaiah 1

    Read Isaiah 1:1-5 Transition: Isaiah is a single vision given to Isaiah from God I will give you more history over the next few weeks It’s sole purpose is bring revival to the people of Israel God speaks through Isaiah to convict them of their sin and then comfort them thru his coming more

  • God's Complaint

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Jun 20, 2019
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    We need to see the world through God's eyes, the pain of our sin and rebellion.

    The Gospel According To Isaiah: Part 3 God’s Complaint Isaiah 1:1-5, 12-20 March 11, 2012 Rev. Stephen Aram Has anybody here seen the movie “The Lorax” yet? Our second son, Justin, and his wife, Brooke took our grandson, Weston to see it. I haven’t seen it yet, but I have loved the book more

  • Return To The Lord

    Contributed by Stephen Aram on Jun 20, 2019

    We are right to emphasize that God loves us, but we too easily forget that because he loves us he wants us to be the best we can be and calls us to a deep repentance.

    Return to the Lord Isaiah 1:12-20 Ash Wednesday, February 22, 2012 Rev. Stephen Aram We live in a time when the church really emphasizes the mercy and grace of God. How many times have you heard it said that God loves us just the way we are and that he will be there any time we call? And more

  • Invitation To A Conference Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jun 8, 2010

    Study of the book of Isaiah, Chapter 1. God calls men together to be changed -- just as He is calling us today. Will we respond? What is keeping us from hearing and doing?

    Invitation to a Conference Isaiah 1:18 Introduction - Isaiah was a prophet for his time, but this entire book is relevant to today - Over the next few messages we are going to examine Isaiah and his words - Today church, is the day we need to take this to heed, prayerfully we will - Often more

  • Our Fervor, Our Faith And Our Future

    Contributed by Judith Hand on Aug 7, 2010

    Attending church does not mean you have actually worshipped. What please God is not fervor but faith. Our faith is placed in God who promised us a future with Him.

    Our FERVOR our FAITH and our FUTURE In our reading from Isaiah, we see that it was a time of great sin and rebellion. The people were still going through the motions of worshipping God, but their hearts were not in it and their behavior was no different from the ungodly folks around more