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  • The Gatherer Series

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Sep 21, 2016

    In these verses we see both king and kingdom and the people who make up the kingdom.

    Isaiah 11:11-16 The Gatherer 4/22/01e D. Marion Clark Introduction We come to the last of our three sections in chapter 11. In verses 1-5 we considered the person of the Branch of Jesse, i.e. the Messiah who will reign over his kingdom. He is to be a king of wisdom, power, and more

  • Adviento

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 8, 2016

    encontrar a Jesús.

    Adviento 2 A una chiquilla, llamada Jana, se le asignó un papel en el programa de Navidad de su iglesia. Ella estaba tan contenta y entusiasmada acerca del papel a desempeñar que sus padres pensaron que se trataba de uno de los caracteres principales; la niña no quería revelar a su madre cuál more

  • The Advent Of Jesus Means The Advent Of Eden

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Dec 4, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus isn't just like an ambulance rushing to our rescue, he's also like a resort shuttle bus, for he is coming to take us to paradise.

    Take a look at the two vehicles pictured on the screen. Which one is more like Jesus? The ambulance or the Disney-resort shuttle bus? On one hand since Jesus comes to rescue us from our sins and from eternal death, you could say that he’s like the ambulance. On the other hand Jesus more

  • The Best Is Yet To Come

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Dec 2, 2016

    In a world full of hurt and pain, Isaiah reminds us that we are children of God. We as Christians have seen the fulfillment of the hope promised by the Second Coming, so we can and should proclaim this passage from Isaiah as our hope for salvation peace.

    “Ah…. those were the good old days!” How many of you have ever said or thought something similar to those words? Thinking about the past always brings up memories, both good and bad. These memories include kids playing street hockey or climbing trees or making forts or more

  • Do Furry Friends Wait For Us

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Jul 29, 2017
    based on 2 ratings

    Pets and animals are God's special gift to us. Are they in heaven?

    Do Furry Friends Wait For Us Are There Animals In Heaven? There is place of which nearly everyone believes exist, a place of which the beloved John wrote about. "Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away..." (Revelation 21:1) Jesus more

  • Ordinary Acts Of Grace

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Mar 26, 2017

    Sermon about ministry amongst the marginalised

    During our lives, we encounter some people who make such indelible impressions on us that we are never quite the same again. And one person who had a profound impact on my outlook on life was my friend Sam. Like most of my friends back in the day, Sam was far from conventional. She defiantly more

  • Isaiah 11 The Reign Of A Righteous King Series

    Contributed by Chuck Musselwhite on Feb 29, 2016
    based on 2 ratings

    Exposition of Isaiah 11

    Isaiah 11 The Reign of a Righteous King The Righteous Ruler vs. 1-5 The Ideal Kingdom vs. 6-9 The Gathering of Nations vs. 10-16 Intro: God gives us glimpses into his future plans We see that this morning in Isaiah 11 He is once again giving us a Messianic prophecy But this time we get more

  • Dear God, Why Did You Create Ticks & Other Nasty Things Series

    Contributed by John Salley on Jun 18, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    This message attempts to answer the question of evil as it exists in creation, contrasting answers from both Naturalistic and Christian viewpoint.

    Dear God, Why did You create ticks and other nasty things? Isaiah 11:1-10 , Romans 8: 18-23 When we ask “why did God made ticks and other nasty things?” the only way we can really understand the answer to the “ticks and other nasty things” question, is to at least be more

  • It's A Jungle Out There!

    Contributed by Bob Coulter on Sep 28, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Application of the message of Isaiah 11:6 in current culture.

    Isaiah 11:6 says, “the wolf shall dwell with the lamb, the leopard shall lie down with the young goat; and the calf and the young lion together”. Theologians typically interpret by following a specific system (ie literal or symbolic). That often leads to a lot of confusing more

  • What Are You Waiting For?

    Contributed by Marvin P. Hoogland on Feb 28, 2019

    Expectations are an essential part of life. The good news of Jesus' birth fills us with hopeful expectations.

    We've been waiting for what seems like a long time now, at least for the children. The presents have been under the tree for days and maybe weeks. Will it ever come? “We can't wait!” We've heard children say that again and again, haven't we? But there is good news for you, more

  • Living At Four Corners

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Nov 25, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    For Christ the King Sunday and in support of international missions: using a metaphor of a complex intersection, we are to give, teach, heal and share as the four corners of our Christian life.

    May I introduce you to my neighborhood? For two months now I have been burning up the Beltway and 270 coming up to your place two or three times a week. It would seem only fair that you should come down to where I live, if only in your mind’s eye. Let me introduce you to Four Corners. Four more

  • Our Messiah, Our Peace

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Dec 17, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    Isaiah 11:1-10 is the Old Testament for the Second 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 Jesus, Our Messiah, is our personal peace in

    Our Messiah, Our Peace! --Isaiah 11:1-10 Reading the newspaper, any piece of literature, or even the Bible between the lines can be a dangerous thing, because you face the possibility of misinterpreting the message. However, two Hebrew words, even though they actually do not appear in our more

  • Joy Series

    Contributed by Russ Barksdale on Nov 28, 2018

    Our Joy is found in the ultimate righteous rule of Jesus. Our Joy is found in the restoration of Jesus. Our joy is found in the spread of His gospel .

    Joy Isaiah 11:1-10 Our Joy is found in the ultimate righteous rule of Jesus. vv.1-5 Our Joy is found in the restoration of Jesus. vv.6-9 Our joy is found in the spread of His gospel Vs. 10 (on screen) Christmas is such a time for celebration, isn’t it? And joy is resident more

  • Living At Four Corners

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 16, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Rewritten for Montgomery Hills Baptist Church: a Silver Spring intersection is a metaphor for priorities in giving, teaching young people, engaging in healing, and sharing the Gospel with all.

    To be a Christian is to live in tension with the world around you. You cannot live out your spiritual life in a cocoon; you live it out in the real world, in a community. Some, it is true, go to convents or monasteries; but that’s not an option for most of us, is it? To be a Christian, living more

  • "For God To Be God, The Leader-King-Lord In Our Lives, Requires Our Acquies

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Nov 30, 2001
    based on 59 ratings

    Year A. Second Sunday in Advent December 9th, 2001 Title: “For God to be God, the leader-king-lord in our lives, requires our acquiescence and requires it every minute of our lives.”

    Year A. Second Sunday in Advent December 9th, 2001 Title: “For God to be God, the leader-king-lord in our lives, requires our acquiescence and requires it every minute of our lives.” FIRST READING: ISAIAH 11:1-10 A shoot shall come out from the stump more