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  • Isaiah 29 Back From The Brink Series

    Contributed by Chuck Musselwhite on Feb 29, 2016
     | 6,183 views

    Exposition of Isaiah 29

    Isaiah 29 Back from the Brink Beware of Tripping vs. 1-8 Beware of Blindspots vs. 9-16 Restored to Blessings vs. 17-24 Intro: In 1991 Jimmy Conors was playing his final US Open He was 39 years old and way past his prime It didn’t start out well with him almost losing his opening ...read more

  • Prayer Keys - Sincerity Series

    Contributed by Mark Stepherson on Dec 15, 2011
     | 7,830 views

    Prayer keys are not ways of manipulating God. Rather, they are like a boat hook. If I am in a row boat and cast a hook to shore, does pulling move the shore to me or does it move me to the shore? Prayer keys do not pull God to our will. They pull us to Go

    “These people come near to me with their mouth & honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. Their worship of me is made up only of rules taught by men.” Isaiah 29:13 Before saying anything else to introduce sincerity as a prayer key, I want to repeat something about ...read more

  • Our God Is Great Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 9, 2011
     | 9,297 views

    A study of chapter 29 verses 1 through 24

    Isaiah 29 : 1 – 24 Our God Is Great! 1 “Woe to Ariel, to Ariel, the city where David dwelt! Add year to year; Let feasts come around. 2 Yet I will distress Ariel; There shall be heaviness and sorrow, and it shall be to Me as Ariel. 3 I will encamp against you all around, I will lay siege ...read more

  • Worthless Worship Series

    Contributed by Robert Higgins on Oct 2, 2007
    based on 27 ratings
     | 22,071 views

    What makes our worship worthless and meaningless? How can our worship become a genuine encounter with God?