Content Tagged: Isaiah
Stories of the Savior
God is with us. He will never leave us or forsake us. He is present in our immediate, daily needs - physical, emotional, spiritual - and also in our ultimate need of life that overcomes the grave. May we celebrate during this season that God is with us.
Continue our preparation for Christmas by celebrating the shocking obscurity, humility, and selflessness of the birth, life, and death of Jesus. He is our antidote for the insidious Kardashian-ism infecting and enslaving our culture.
Kick off the Advent Season by discovering six prophetic words from Isaiah 9 that will help you reconnect modern Christmas traditions with deeper biblical realities.
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...