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  • Devastation And Restoration Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 14, 2014

    Don't take God’s grace for granted; remember that with the privilege of being God’s people comes the responsibility to remain faithful; to allow God to be God in every part of our lives. God judges the people of Israel with a view to their restoration

    The great temptation for Christians as well as for the Jews is the temptation to take God’s grace for granted; even worse, to feel a sense of superiority, of smugness, because we’re part of God’s chosen people. The way to overcome that temptation is to remember that with the more

  • The Judgment Of The World

    Contributed by Todd Riley on Jun 2, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    An exposition of Isaiah 24

    The judgment of the world Isaiah 24 Scripture reading: Genesis 6:1-8; 7:11-23; 8:12-22. How many of you have seen or heard of the following movies? Armageddon, Deep Impact, The day after tomorrow. What are these movies about? The end of the world! Dozens of movies and hundreds of books have more

  • The Judgement!!

    Contributed by Wendell Blackburn on Apr 9, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    The Judgement that’s coming!!!

    THE JUDGEMENT Isaiah Chap. 24 I’m gonna speak to you about a subject that’s probably quite scary to most people including me. Not because I’m afraid or scared for myself because, I know my heart concerning my salvation… But I’m concerned about whats gonna happen and its gonna happen to my more

  • The Wicked Fertilizer

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Jan 2, 2012
    based on 58 ratings

    It means to enrich a thing. A fertilizer is something that is used to enrich something. When you supply a thing with nourishment, you are fertilizing it. When you do something that will make another thing to germinate quickly, you are fertilizing the thin

    Our message this week, entitled, “The Wicked Fertilizer” is a warfare message. In it, we would be looking at one of the wicked operations of the enemy. Therefore, I would like you to read it carefully. THINGS TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE WICKED 1. If God opens your eyes to see the wicked more

  • Earth Day Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Jul 24, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    A study of chapter 24 verses 1 through 23

    Isaiah 24: 1 – 23 Earth Day 1 Behold, the LORD makes the earth empty and makes it waste, distorts its surface and scatters abroad its inhabitants. 2 And it shall be: As with the people, so with the priest; As with the servant, so with his master; As with the maid, so with her mistress; As more

  • Sermon On Respecting Our Environment

    Contributed by William Meakin on Oct 31, 2020

    Some selfish people in life tend to only think of themselves

    Steve Irwin, the former Australian zookeeper, television personality, wildlife expert, environmentalist and conservationist once stated: “The single biggest threat to our planet is the destruction of habitat and along the way, loss of precious wildlife. We need to reach a balance where people, more

  • How Do You Plead?

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Jul 27, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Starting with the notion that we all have been found guilty of sin and stating what some of the charges are before us, the sermon then leads us to turn to Christ as our advocate in order for Jesus to plead our case so that we may find Pardon.

    Isaiah Was born into an Influential, Upper class family He rubbed shoulders with royalty and gave advice on foreign affairs of the nation. He has often been called the evangelical prophet because he says so much about the redemptive work of the Messiah. The 24th chapter of Isaiah is sometimes more

  • Chaos In Chaotic Times – This Is Our World Now Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Sep 16, 2022

    The minds of politicians generally, and of public/civil servants and advisors, are so scarred by God-rejection, and humanism, and demonic influence, that they are incapable of knowing the mind of God in decency, honesty and moral effectiveness in decision making. Chaos is here.

    CHAOS IN CHAOTIC TIMES – THIS IS OUR WORLD NOW There is a hymn that I hope is still sung despite all the inferior stuff that today passes as church music, and here is the first stanza – God, whose almighty word CHAOS and darkness heard, And took their flight: Hear us, we humbly pray, And where more

  • The "Day Of The Lord” Study In The Scriptures – Additional References Part 7 - Isaiah Series

    Contributed by Ron Ferguson on Sep 25, 2022

    References to "The Day of the LORD" continue as we look into the Old Testament prophets (Isaiah here). We will see great fear, judgment, scorched men, Israel saved - a remnant, and God's compassion on Israel. God will refine His people. God is compassion.

    THE “DAY OF THE LORD” STUDY IN THE SCRIPTURES – ADDITIONAL REFERENCES PART 7 - ISAIAH The DAY OF THE LORD is “The Day of Jehovah” and its usage is always associated with something dire, with judgement, and with events outside the implementation of man. In other words, it is the intervention of more

  • Reflection B.8 / Does God Have A Purpose In Coronavirus? / Isaiah 24, Isaiah Foresees Global Environmental Destruction

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on May 11, 2020

    Isaiah foresaw global environmental destruction. That's what we have today.

    People often talk about ratios. We have student-teacher ratio, price-earnings ratio, debt-GDP ratio, power-weight ratio and so on. I’d like to propose a ‘significance-study ratio’ to highlight significant passages of Scripture which we overlook. Today’s passage is one of them. World leaders and more

  • Between The Times

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Jul 29, 2023

    It is possible to live praising God even before we see his promised redemption.

    At one point while preparing this sermon I was tempted just to read the article I picked for my closing illustration and sit down. It’s a sermon in itself, and illustrates exactly what I had to say about this passage of Isaiah. But after thinking it over, I felt that the least I could do was more