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Sermons on “Isaiah”

Messiah the Servant

Israel’s prophets anticipated the coming of Messiah, who would bring God’s salvation to this fallen world. Isaiah describes him as the Lord’s Servant, destined to live a life of terrible suffering. The Servant will pour out his life for the sake of others.

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The King Who Faced Death

We don’t like to admit to admit how fleeting life is, but Scripture reminds us: “Man is like a mere breath; His days are like a passing shadow.” (Psalm 144:4) That’s not something that most people want to deal with. We’d rather not think about it, and try to convince ourselves: we still have plenty of time, that’s a long ways down the road. But the reality is, death can come suddenly, without warning, no matter how old or young we are. We don’t know how much time we’ve been given on this earth, God’s people should place your confidence in the one who does.

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The King Who Prayed

God is not deaf. He is listening intently to the prayers of his children, and He will always hear us when we call out Him. We can approach our Heavenly Father anytime, day or night. No matter where we are, He is always with us, eager for us to quiet our hearts and enter His presence. We can talk to Him about anything: our joys and sorrows, our failures and victories. And we can share with Him the concerns of our heart.

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