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  • See Your King Is Coming Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 13, 2014

    Comfort is something that we all need from time to time. But where do you look for comfort> Is it to the living God who ave us his word to reassure us that he has all things in his hand and who sends us his Holy Spirit to strengthen and renew us?

    “Comfort, Comfort, my People, says your God.” Do you sometimes feel the need for comfort. Cadbury’s and Lindt make a lot of money out of that feeling don’t they? But when you hear a passage like this does it speak to an inner longing? That sense that you need someone else to more

  • Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Mar 25, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    What we gather around announces JOY.

    Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room Series: Joy to the World December 8, 2013 - Brad Bailey INTRO The most popular hymn of Christmas... "Joy to the world." The words are by English hymn writer Isaac Watts, based on Psalm 98 in the Bible. The song was first published in 1719 and as of the late 20th more

  • How Great Is Our God Series

    Contributed by Patrick Nix on Jan 4, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    As in many other places in the Bible, Isaiah 40 gives us a glimpse into God's greatness. He is strong as iron and tender as a shepherd (10-11). Adjectives like enormous and wise fall so short when we consider His creation and counsel (12-13). Not only tha

    It's not a question, it's a statement. I probably should add an exclamation point: How Great is Our God! As in many other places in the Bible, Isaiah 40 gives us a glimpse into God's greatness. He is strong as iron and tender as a shepherd (10-11). Adjectives like enormous and wise fall so short more

  • Isaiah 40 - Comfort My People Series

    Contributed by Gene Brooks on Aug 11, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Isaiah wrote Isaiah 40 to teach Israel that comfort is found in the Messiah who is a sovereign Shepherd, an incomparable Creator, and a strengthening Savior.

    Opening thought: Ever had someone tell you to get out of your comfort zone? Those who say that want you to get out of your complacency, drop the laziness, get moving, do something you’ve never done before, try something risky. In today’s passage, Isaiah encourages us to find a real more

  • What Can God Say? Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Dec 10, 2012

    Joylessness is transformed into joy by the coming of Christ.

    “Questions About God: What Can God Say?” Is. 40:1-11; Mk. 1:1-8 More than two hundred years ago in the industrial ghetto of Liverpool, England, a sophisticated young man climbed the steps of a stone monument called the “market cross”. Leaning against the cross and looking more

  • Fly Eagles Fly Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 9, 2012

    A study of the book of Isaiah

    Isaiah 40: 1 – 31 Fly Eagles Fly “Comfort, yes, comfort My people!” Says your God. 2 “Speak comfort to Jerusalem, and cry out to her, that her warfare is ended, that her iniquity is pardoned; For she has received from the LORD’s hand Double for all her sins.” 3 more

  • Season Of Advent-Ure - Preparation Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 13, 2014

    Message about how we prepare our heart and as we prepare for Christmas season.

    Notes: some notes from Jerry Shirey’s message on Preparing for Revival Title: Season of Advent-ure – Preparation Series: Season of Advent-ure Theme: To show the next step of Advent – Preparation for the Messiah. What changes in us as we prepare. Text: Isaiah 40:1 - more

  • Adviento: El Consuelo

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 24, 2017

    Este es el misterio de la Iglesia. Dios que consuela a su pueblo.

    Adviento 2b "Consuelen, consuelen a mi pueblo, dice nuestro Dios.” – Hola, ¿está Con-suelo? – queriendo decir, ‘piso’ – No, aquí no tenemos ni techo. --Consuelo, unas cálidas palabras de Consuelo. -sin suelo, me caigo!! El profeta Isaías anima al pueblo de Israel, desterrado en Babilonia, more

  • Preparing For Christmas Prepares Us For Christ.

    Contributed by Major Gerardo Balmori on Apr 1, 2011
    based on 14 ratings

    If we are to be ready for the coming of the Lord, we must listen to the voice

    Mayor Gerardo Balmori The Salvation Army The prophet Isaiah hears a voice. The voice tells us about the coming of the Lord. C. THESIS: If we are to be ready for the coming of the Lord, we must listen to the voice. I. WHERE THE VOICE IS HEARD (v. 3) A. We hear it in the desert. 1. Quite often the more

  • Comfort, Comfort My People

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Dec 11, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    “All flesh is grass,” proclaims the Prophet. And like our flesh, the grass is not always coursing with life. Yet, God has promised through His Son, Jesus Christ: “I give them eternal life, and they will never perish. No one will snatch them out of My h

    Intro “All flesh is grass,” proclaims the Prophet. And like our flesh, the grass is not always coursing with life. When we see a field of grass, we see areas of green beauty, but we also see many brown and brittle blades. We see grass withered and wasted away by the sun’s more

  • Trust Me

    Contributed by Bill Sullivan on May 3, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    God’s answer to all of life’s challenges is the same: Trust Me - an exposition of Isaiah 40

    Trust Me TCF Sermon May 1, 2011 Sometimes, reading the newspaper can be entertaining. How about these headlines? • 4-H Girls Win Prizes for Fat Calves • After Detour to California Shuttle Returns to Earth • Astronaut Takes Blame for Gas in Spacecraft • Hospitals are Sued by 7 Foot Doctors more

  • "God Of Glory - Our Comfort And Assurance"

    Contributed by Rick Finitzer on Aug 6, 2011

    Last week we looked at Isaiah 6 and observed Isaiah coming face to face with God Who is not just Holy but Holy, Holy, Holy! The “I AM, that I AM!” Understanding the Holiness of God helped Isaiah to proclaim God’s judgment was looming on the horizon. Th

    Cornerstone Church August 6/7, 2011 “God of Glory – Our Comfort and Assurance” Isaiah 40:1-26 In his book, titled “The Pressure’s Off”, more

  • God's Way In The Wilderness

    Contributed by Jaco Bester on Feb 12, 2013

    A reflection on the fact that God often meets us in the most difficult places...

    MEETING GOD IN THE WILDERNESS... ISAIAH 40:1-11 Introduction: Someone once said that it is “only when we are brought to the end of ourselves (in other words our own strength and ability) that we are in a position to see more of God than we have seen.” How true is it that it is often more

  • Build A Road

    Contributed by Ray Geide on Feb 12, 2012
    based on 7 ratings

    How to build a road to God

    If Jesus were to come in one year, what do you think Jesus would want you to do? recruit an army? collect weapons? take up donations? build a large, beautiful cathedral? rent the largest auditorium we can find? tell everyone we know that he is coming? put up huge billboards that say, "Jesus more

  • Comfort My People Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 6, 2013

    We are not only saved by faith, we are comforted by faith, motivated by faith, and anticipate God’s glorious presence by faith.

    Comfort My People (Isaiah 40:1-5) 1. My view: one Isaiah, this written before 680 BC. 2. Many of our most important NT teachings find their origin in these chapters. 3. Isaiah’s times [Rise of Assyria] 4. The first part of Isaiah has a variety of themes, but heavy on judgment. 5. Latter part more