Sermons on Isaiah
We were created so that His glory might be seen and known and praised.
During the Deep Season, through a variety of spiritual practices, we’re trusting God to honor His promise: “…when you get serious about finding me and want it more than anything else, I’ll make sure you won’t be disappointed.”
Though depression is common, God promises us He is near to the brokenhearted and will bring healing by any means necessary.
Hope was given, chains were broken, and the soul felt it’s worth because of that “O Holy Night!”
Jesus offers us true peace in the midst of trials through his death and resurrection, and he is coming again to establish his peaceful kingdom on earth.
When we actively wait in anticipation and expectation of his coming help, putting our complete and confident trust and hope in him, our lives, which at times may seem to be in ruins, will be renewed, brought back to life, and he’ll cause them to vibrantly flourish again.
Jesus came to undo all that sin has done, lifting the heaviness of our lives and replacing it with His joy.