Sermons on Isaiah
God frequently uses illustrations to communicate his heart for us. Jeremiah is commanded to use a rotten belt and a potter’s wheel to help his people understand their spiritual state. They may also help you understand something about your life as well.
There is a lot to be anxious about. Yet Christmas is a reminder that the Prince of Peace has come.
What is justice? What is the heart of God? What should be our heart?
Your life has a spiritual tempo and your tempo should match the rhythm of the redeemer. How do we practice moving at Jesus’ pace? Slow down and listen as Chaplain John Richardson brings the message this week.
Waiting can be frustrating when it doesn’t meet our expectations. Waiting isn’t “wasted time,” sometimes, God uses it as a tool. When we look at waiting with a spirit of gratitude it changes the way we wait.
God’s gift of his presence comes to us in Jesus. Jesus’ presence shows us how to relate to God and relate to others. This Christmas, give the gift of your presence.
What does it mean to wait on God? Do you find yourself anxious or patient in prayer? Sometimes we can feel we can tell God how to get us to our destinations, but when we are patient and God has spoken we can make the most difficult decisions with confidence knowing he is with us.
In a surreal moment, Isaiah has an encounter with God that opens his eyes to the glory of God. That propelled him to say yes to God for whatever mission God had for him. It might impact our desire to say yes as well.