Sermons on Isaiah
This morning, we will discover the hope that comes to us through the birth of Jesus Christ.
Abiding in Christ means our thoughts, our ways are not the truth that guides us. It’s God’s way, God’s thoughts, God’s truth that guides us. When we hunger and thirst for the things of God, when we call on God consistently, when God’s values, ways, agenda, and plans are our desire, when we surrender, we will be abiding in Christ and we will live our call and our purpose.
The next time you find yourself facing a road block in life, allow God to guide you on a detour. Allow God to revive your relationship with him. Allow God to restore your soul. Allow God to comfort you and strengthen you so that you will have a passion to tell others of your Great and Loving God!
Where do you need to surrender and enter the journey of peace? Because remember, peace is not the absence of trouble, but rather the presence of God.
Advent is about preparing. It’s not about finding all the answers or checking all the boxes. You just have to show up and be willing to follow God’s lead. Wherever you are, you are not too late. God wants to fill your heart with hope for the ultimate healing and life in His Son.
God is interested in your prayers because He is interested in you!
Who the Holy Spirit is, what the Holy Spirit does, and why the Holy Spirit matters.
Jesus ushered in a kingdom of love. Surrender to God’s purpose and plan for your life and let His love for you pour out on those around you.
When we live our lives from the joy of being saved, word spreads quickly, and people are in awe of the miraculous birth of Christ at Christmas.
Peace comes from submitting to the leadership of Jesus Christ.