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  • The Unshakable

    Contributed by Monte Brown on Nov 13, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,774 views

    In light of 9/11 one might ask the question; could we face the same fate as the Nation of Israel did?

    The Unshakable Isaiah 2:6-22 Monte T. Brown September 16, 2001 Grace Southern Sunday Morning Scripture Isaiah 2:6-22 Introduction Could we face the same fate as the Nation of Israel did, as recorded in the Book of Isaiah? Is God sending a message to ...read more

  • Full, But Empty Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Dec 14, 2006
    based on 85 ratings
     | 11,671 views

    This message is part of series from Isaiah paralleling ancient Israel and America. Israel was attempting to exault itself. It exposes the problem of human pride and self-sufficiency.

    ISAIAH 2:6-11 FULL, BUT EMPTY Deuteronomy 18:9-14 Why is it imperative that Israel learn to walk in the light of the Lord? Because there is no future or hope in their present condition and way of life. Isaiah now depicts the foolishness of humanity attempting to exalt itself. The ...read more

  • You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

    Contributed by Ralf Bergmann on Sep 20, 2004
    based on 31 ratings
     | 3,472 views

    In the prophecies of Isaiah are the foretelling of the hope of the future, the birth, the life, the ministry, the death and the resurrection of their awaited Messiah. Just as the people during Isaiah’s time failed to heed the message, so to did many duri

    Sermon Title: You can run but you cannot hide Text: Isaiah 2 Date: August 10, 2003 Context of Scripture: As we have looked at Isaiah the last few weeks we can say that it is a book that deals with choices and the consequences of those choices. It is interesting that if the consequences ...read more