Sermons on Isaiah
This stand alone sermon on Labor Day weekend 2023 to see the comfort wants each of us to have if we find daily surrender to His plan.
The last sermon in our Virtues and Vices series looking at the deep root of pride in our lives and how to both get rid of it and how to develop God honoring humility.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel. This week we looked at the end of Chapter 18 and the beginning of Chapter 19 to see the truth about Jesus’ innocent substitutionary sacrifice compared to the guilt of Barabbas. In this sermon we see both ourselves and Jesus’ greatness.
This stand alone sermon in the early Spring of 2023 in the midst of all the supposed and genuine revivals to see what real revival is like and how we should handle it and long for it.
The last sermon in our summer series through the Psalms focusing on how Psalm 85 teaches us that God wants each of us to find joy, hope, and real life only in him even through the most difficult times and circumstances.
The first in our short series More Stories Jesus told from the summer of 2022 looking at what awaits those that have trusted and surrendered all they are to Christ as king and the one they love and desire to honor.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus through John’s Gospel looking at the dangers and nature of unbelief that keeps us from following Jesus with all we are.
This stand alone sermon looks at the prophet’s challenges and how we can learn to respond with God glorifying ways.
The third sermon in our series on spiritual warfare in January 2021 focusing on knowing the names, schemes, and the nature of the enemy of our souls.
A stand alone sermon at the end of 2020 looking forward to what we all need to focus on in 2021.
The fourth and final sermon in our Advent series of 2020 Longing for… that focuses on the reality of God’s love for all who come to Him in surrender and trust.
The next sermon in our series Encountering Jesus from John’s Gospel keying in on Jesus invitation to come and drink from him and be full of living water.
What does God’s word tell us during trials and fearful times? The sermon by Bob Lepine is preceded with an update of Coronavirus medical considerations by Dr. John Dietrich.