Sermons on Isaiah
Luke 2:25-35 — Following Jesus will involve being humbled, but also being raised up to new life and joy.
Luke 2:27-32 — Simeon’s prayer describes the great breadth of God’s covenant love and salvation.
Luke 2:25; Isaiah 49 — Simeon demonstrates how to learn about, trust, and experience God.
2 Corinthians 9:3-15 — Paul urges us to invest lavishly in the work of God’s Kingdom.
Matthew 9:35-38; Romans 1:15-17 — The Gospel is the Good News of God’s love for us from Creation to Revelation, focused most clearly in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Isaiah 43.15-21 — God is (still) on the move for the sake of the world; are you paying attention?
Matthew 5:6 — God blesses and truly satisfies those who listen and obey what He says is right.
Matthew 5:5 — We look at how bringing our grief to God through mourning/lament results in the blessing of God’s comfort (and more).
Matthew 5:1-3 — Jesus teaches that wealth, status, and righteousness do not earn a place in the Kingdom; rather, it is God’s gift.
Matthew 5:1-12 — Jesus teaches his followers how to recognize and share blessing in the world.