Here from Isaiah is another prophecy that is especially appropriate during the Christmas season. (Due to a mistake on my part, the sermon was not recorded during worship, so I preached it again this afternoon for recording.)
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These are sermons preached during our Sunday worship services. (Recordings were not always successful, so there are gaps in the postings.)
In Isaiah chapter seven, we find one of the most notable prophecies of Jesus Christ in an unlikely setting.
Isaiah 6 records one of the most memorable of visions in the Old Testament. Isaiah is given a revelation of God’s holiness and his own sin before being commissioned to his prophetic role.
Passages from Isaiah will be used for sermons through the month of December. Today’s message considers the first chapter, with a focus on verse eighteen.
All the historical covenants instituted by God are progressive manifestations of the eternal covenant of redemption. These historical, or earthly covenants, begin at creation with a covenant made with the human race as a whole, but they narrow in scope as we approach God’s revelation of himself and his redemptive work in Jesus Christ, which is the fullest and final revelation of God’s covenant of redemption. Isaiah 42 provides us with a prophetic view of Christ as the fulfillment of God's covenant promises