This week we learn about how to pray for God to overturn this world. We learn how we need to turn away from the kingdoms and systems of this world and prepare for the coming of the Lord. The coming of the Lord will mean the end of the current age, kingdoms, and systems, so…
We have flying serpents, hot coals, fear, and redemption in this call story of Isaiah. We break it down in this sermon and see how we might respond.
On this Easter Sunday we pronounce the good news that God has swallowed death forever!
We find Isaiah once again speaking a word of hope to a hopeless people. In this sermon, we look at how Isaiah breaks through the limited imagination of this people to bring them good news that they could not have envisioned on their now.
We discuss the dawn light that God shines over Jerusalem, what it means in Isaiah’s context, and what it means for us.
Isaiah gives us three more powerful images to represent God’s commitment to the Jews (and all of creation). We break down those images, especially the image of marriage, and find ourselves the recipients of good news from God yet again.
We transition together from Advent to Christmas and find out what kind of hope it is that we have in the child of promise who was born for us.