Isaiah: Woe! Wow! Wait!


But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. (Isaiah 40:31)

cropped-isaiah-scroll13Isaiah, a prophet and author of the Biblical Book of Isaiah, lived around the 8th-century BC in the Kingdom of Judah.

The Book of Isaiah called God’s nation, the nation of Judah, back to faithfulness and to declare the coming Messiah “Immanuel”. Through Isaiah, God declares Judah’s and Israel’s condemnation, conviction, and ultimately great hope.

It’s important for Christians to understand the message in this book. It describes some of the most incredible prophecies anywhere in the Bible, with foreknowledge of incredible detail about the Messiah and the future reign of Jesus Christ. God’s message in the Book of Isaiah applies to us today and helps us understand why some people are saved and some are not.

Join us starting Sunday, October 19th at 11 am for a sermon series based on Isaiah titled “Woe, Wow, Wait”.

  • October 19th: What a Story!
    • Passage: Survey of the Old Testament Story
    • Pastor Tommy’s sermon

 

  • October 26nd: Where is Your Heart?
    • Passage: Isaiah 29  (focus on vs. 13: These people come near to me with their mouth and honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me.)
    • Pastor Tommy’s sermon

 

  • November 2nd: What are You Trusting In?
    • Passages
      • Isaiah 30 (especially vs. 1-2)
      • Isaiah 30:4-19
      • Psalms 20, 27, 37, 40, 62, 91, 130, 131
      • Pastor Tommy’s sermon

 

  • November 9th: Wow! (part 1)
    • Passage: Isaiah 40
    • Pastor Tommy’s sermon

 

  • November 16th: Wow! (part 2)
    • Passages
      • Isaiah 40:27-28
      • Isaiah 40:29-31
      • Psalms 25, 33, 86
    • Pastor Tommy’s sermon

 

  • November 23rd: Special Message: Thanksgiving Sharing Service

 

  • November 30th: Beautiful Feet
    • Passage: Isaiah 52

 

  • December 14th: A Child is Born
    • Passage
      • Isaiah 9:1-7
      • 2 Samuel: 7:11-13