Sermons on Isaiah
Galatians 5: 22-23; Titus 3:4-7; Ephesians 2:7-10; 2 Corinthians 3:18; Isaiah 7:14; Matthew 1:8-23; Isaiah 9:6-7; Matthew 7:20-21 Behold HIM: we become like whatever we worship. The kindness and goodness of our Father is released over lives whether they desire it or not..
We’re asked to walk in the strength of the Holy Spirit. Am I easily set off when things go wrong or people irritate me, or am I able to keep a godly perspective in the face of life’s irritations?
Rest is a place we stand, a position or posture we choose to take on. REFRESH (Matthew 11: 28-29); ENJOY (Psalm 127: 1-2) STRENGTH (Isaiah 40: 27-31) TRUST (Psalm 91: 1-2) Keep living in a place of rest.
Rest, a place we stand, a position or posture that we choose to take on. Compare a tree planted by water giving shade for people with a prickly cactus that can hole 200 gallons of water for itself with no shade to offer. Jeremiah 17: 8; Isaiah 28: 12; Isaiah 30: 15. In the Old Testament Daniel, Shadrack, Meshack, and Abednego and Joseph. Rest is taking time to steady our hearts. Acts 27: 25; John 14: 27; Acts 16: 23-26. When we have unrest in mind, a strategic plan is necessary to keep going, keep praising and connecting with God.