Sermons in this series
Sunday, 22 December 2019
Passage: Isaiah 42:1-4
Duration: 34 mins 33 secs
This passage of Isaiah is the first of four Servant Songs in the book and has strong messianic overtones. But who is the prophet referring to as he describes the role that the servant will have in bringing justice to the nations, but with an unexpected gentleness? It is the nation of Israel itself? Is it Cyrus the Great who ended the exile of the Jews? How about Muhammad as the Muslims believe? In today’s message we examine the evidence that shows that Jesus best fits the figurative fingerprint that Isaiah describes. As Jesus’ followers, we too are called to exhibit justice with gentleness. What does that look like for you today?
Sunday, 15 December 2019
Duration: 20 mins 58 secs
Jesus was the prophesised shoot from the stump of Jesse, who served as a signal when he was on earth, and he serves as a signal now. Everyone who responds to that signal from the root of Jesse, there is glory, with Jesus at the centre. The shoot of Jesse was a person empowered by the Holy Spirit. If we have the Holy Spirit of God, that is the kind of person we should be too.
Sunday, 08 December 2019
Passage: Isaiah 9:1-7
Duration: 19 mins 20 secs
God's people had turned away from Him and were living in a spiritual darkness. They looked from amongest themselves for guidance in life rather than relying on God. Isaiah prophesied the coming of the Messiah, the only way our world could be saved. Jesus is the light that comes in this dark world and provides the hope of salvation to anyone who receives Him as their Saviour.
Sunday, 01 December 2019
Duration: 29 mins 7 secs
As we look forward to Christmas coming for this year we are looking at the prophecies of Isaiah that look forward to the Messiah coming. The prophecies are concerned with who He is and what He came to do. In this passage, we see the promise of the virgin conceiving and giving birth to a Son. Through this Son, fears are released and victory is won. And what does God want of us? To stand firm in our faith.