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Isaiah's God and His Servants

Dead Idols or Living God?

Idolatry is pervasive - ancient times, modern times, all times. It is THE great sin - exchanging the truth of God's exclusive right to be worshipped, for the worship of any and every created thing. We might not fall down before a block of wood, but we do worship before the...

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Isaiah's God and His Servants

Lord of History

Life is full of disappointments. Yet we can still have perfect peace and joy when we realize that our God rules all of human history (including our own history) with comprehensive foreknowledge and absolute sovereignty. Through events both miraculous and mundane, through p...

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Isaiah's God and His Servants

Lord of History

Our God rules with comprehensive foreknowledge and absolute sovereignty over all nations and all of human history. Through events both miraculous and mundane, through people both godly (e.g. Isaiah, Hezekiah, Jesus) and ungodly (e.g. Ahaz, Assyria, Cyrus, Judas), God is ac...

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Isaiah's God and His Servants

God of Lost Causes

All sin leads to regret. And that regret leads us to wonder: Can God fix what we've broken through our sin? Even if He's able to fix it, is He willing? In Isaiah 40, God's answer resounds unequivocally, YES! In His unchangeable grace and limitless power, He is both willing...

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Isaiah's God and His Servants

Behold, Your God!

When living with the consequences of our sin, we, God's people, begin to wonder if He is willing and/or able to restore us. God's answer resounds unequivocally, YES! He has both the desire and the power to restore us both to fellowship and to usefulness through His infinit...

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