Sermons on Isaiah

Sermons on Isaiah

Isaiah 40:27-31: Spiritual Renewal

Do you feel like God is absent from you? Are you feeling spiritually weary? We learn from the Bible that God has not abandoned us. We can find comfort and hope in His strength and kindness, and the promise that he will renew us and enable us to stand firm to the end.

Isaiah 6:1-8: The Holy God

What is God like? What would happen if we found ourselves in the presence of God? How would we respond? Isaiah gives us just such a glimpse when he encountered a vision of God. This encounter was both deeply troubling and absolutely essential for what God was calling him to do. It has much to teach us today about God and ourselves.

Isaiah 53: Hope & Justice

As human beings, we cannot help but see the injustices and atrocities in the world. It seems there is no hope and we are prone to ask: why do we humans do this to ourselves? What is wrong with the human race? But these questions are not new. In fact, Isaiah, writing more than 2,500 years ago asked similar questions and as a prophet of God, he gave God’s answer to the question – God is sending someone to deal…

Isaiah 40:9-11: Tidings of Joy

We talk of the comfort and joy of Christmas time, but where does that joy come from? How does it begin? Is it based on the pleasant circumstances that surround us at Christmas time? What if a person does not experience pleasant circumstances at this time of the year? Can he or she still have the Joy of Christmas. The answer is “yes”. But in oder to answer the question, we must understand where this joy comes form and what…

Isaiah 40:1-8: Tidings of Comfort

Several Christmas carols mention the “comfort and joy” that Christmas brings. But why does Christmas bring comfort and joy? How does it bring about these things? The answer to these questions is found in an ancient source. Writing more than 500 years before Jesus came into the world, the Old Testament prophet Isaiah explains how the coming of Jesus brings comfort and joy and how a person can experience that comfort and joy for themselves.