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Last week we talked about God being offended by wicked nations and the judgment that is coming to them. In Isaiah 25, Isaiah talks about what will happen after the judgment. There is coming a day when Jesus will rule over this world from Jerusalem, and eventually from the holy city (the New Jerusalem) on a new earth. There is much we don’t understand about those times, but some things are very clear. I. God will provide abundantly for us A. Where will He rule from? 1. This mountain (Is. 25:6, 10a) 2. Mt. Zion – Jerusalem (Psalm 2:6-8; Quoted Heb. 5:5) B. We will have plenty to eat and drink (Is. 25:6) 1. Choice pieces of food - marrow 2. An abundance of wines – well-refined C. God will destroy the veil that is between God and men (Is. 25:7) 1. The covering cast over all people 2. The veil over all nations (II Cor. 3:14, 15; 4:3, 4) D. He will swallow up death forever (Is. 25:8; I Cor. 15:54) E. He will comfort His people (Is. 25:8, Rev. 21:4) 1. Wipe away their tears 2. Take away the rebuke of His people II. God’s people will be glad (Is. 25:9) A. Our hope was in Him 1. We have waited for Him (Rom. 8:22, II Cor. 5:4) 2. He will save us B. We will be glad and rejoice in His salvation III. The enemies of God’s people will be destroyed (Is. 25:10-12) A. Moab will be trampled in that day – like straw under foot B. God will stretch out His hand like a swimmer does C. God will bring them down 1. Their pride 2. The trickery of their hands 3. Their fortresses 4. God will bring it all down into the dust Isaiah 26 says that in that day God’s people will revel in the strength of the city of God (Is. 26:1). Salvation will be its wall and bulwarks. Righteous nations will go in and out of that holy city (Is. 26:2). Then Isaiah seems to pause and tell us the impact that having this knowledge should have on us. We will be kept in perfect peace if 1) Our minds are fixed on Him. 2) Because we trust in Him (Is. 26:3). Then for emphasis He reiterates, Trust in the Lord forever (Is. 26:4).
The second installment in Pastor Kevin’s message series, The Five Love Languages, focuses upon the God-given language of Quality Time. To best apply these messages to your relationships, spend a little time learning the love languages of your family and friends and then make the adjustments necessary to value them as highly as possible. Let’s examine 1 Corinthians 13 to see two ways love behaves before we turn our attention to the love language of Quality Time.
Great relationships are built on trust. What does it really mean to trust God? How do you practically trust Him when you are going through difficult times? You may be going through a bad day, a tough time, or a midnight hour, but God has already fashioned a better life for you, even before you were born! God desires a relationship with you based on trust. Regardless of what you are going through, you can learn to trust God that He will cause all things to work together for your good. This practical and eye-opening teaching will reveal to you what it really means to trust God, and how you can grow in your ability to trust Him, and glorify Him, no matter what!
God made man to have a living and vibrant relationship with him. In this sermon, we learn through the lives of ten lepers how a relationship with God is possible for us today through a Christian walk that focuses upon Jesus Christ.
Series leading up to Easter about what Jesus taught the disciples in the Upper Room. Theme for this sermon: You must trust Christ to be saved.
Message on Acts 17:16-34 by Taylor Brown
God is great. God is Good. God is Forgiving, and He never forgets. As Rahab did, put ALL your trust in God and nothing else.
We look at our assurance of salvation in this weeks sermon titled "How to be Sure of Heaven."
This psalm deals with feelings of failure, despair, abandonment, and aloneness, when it appears that David as in the middle of living one of his worst nightmares. In such dark times, as followers of Jesus, we have basically 3 choices: we can curse God and die, harden our hearts as we head down a path of bitterness and hatred, or we can do what David did in Psalm 13. First, bring your feelings to the Lord. Second, appeal to the Lord to light up your eyes. Third, place your trust and hope in the Lord.