What is the kingdom? What are we praying? We're praying for Jesus to be king both now and forever.
With so many voices and opinions, who do we follow? Isaiah 6 gives a vision of the one true God who stands over all. We’re reminded that God is holy and powerful. God is also faithful to his promises and saves his people.
Bible Text: Isaiah 40:1-8 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Bible Talk | God comforts Israel in exile and He comforts us in this season of COVID 19. Why? So that we may comfort others in their troubles.
Bible Text: Isaiah 65-66 | Preacher: Grant Borg | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | In the last 2 chapters of Isaiah we see God describing the New Creation. He describes his plan for the nations, and shows his heart for his people.
Bible Text: Isaiah 60-61 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness
Bible Text: Isaiah 55 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness
Bible Text: Isaiah 53 | Preacher: Dave Jensen | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | Who do you say Jesus is? When you find out the truth about his identity, only then can you know the true value of your soul.
Bible Text: Isaiah 53 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | We got ourselves into this mess and only Jesus, the Servant of the Lord can get us out. He does that by taking full responsibility for our sins at the cross; the righteous for the unrighteous to bring us to God.
Bible Text: Isaiah 49:1-7 | Preacher: Dan Lee | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | In Isaiah 49 provides a window into the grand and glorious ambitions God has for his servant - to bring salvation not only to Israel, but to the nations.
Bible Text: Isaiah 46 | Preacher: Ray Galea | Series: Hope Beyond Darkness | In this part of Isaiah God goes out of his way to show what he thinks of the stupidity of idols. Both the idols and those who worship are nothing. To undermine their attraction God deconstructs the idols and in so doing demystifies them.