Content Tagged: Isaiah
The Incarnation of Jesus reminds us that God understands us completely, loves us unconditionally, and saves us graciously. As we celebrate Advent, we remember that every grief and pain is overcome by the presence of God with us in Jesus Christ.
Despite the great difficulty of work, we look forward to a future in the new heavens and new earth that will likely involve work. Since work was present in the Garden in Genesis 1 before sin and work seems present in the new City in Revelation 21-22, we can clearly conclude...
Christmas reminds us that Jesus is God's perfect King, who came to rule the world and to rule our lives. This season, let's pause to worship Him and to arrange our priorities around the values of His kingdom.
There was no room for Jesus in Bethlehem on that first Christmas. 2000 years later there's still no room for Jesus this Christmas in many of our lives. So let's make room in our schedules and prepare our hearts to celebrate the arrival of our Savior. ...
Advent hope is one of the most powerful virtues for the believer. We are reminded of what it is to hope in the Messiah, which frees us to love others deeply.