Content Tagged: Worship
Isaiah's God and His Servants
In the context of hostile intent from the surrounding nations, Isaiah appeals to King Ahaz and all of Judah to depend upon God rather than human alliances. A part of Isaiah's appeal is a promise that God will re-gather and redeem His people. In response to this miraculou...
Even in the midst of difficulty and trial, the people of God possess hope in the future. This certain and eager expectation in the future reorients their perspective and experience in the present such that worship and joy become possible even in difficulty.
Women are called to worship. They are called to avoid distracting fashion trends and the example of Eve in the garden, while honoring God through their adornment of good works.
The Tabernacle was designed as a model of heaven; to model our future worship in the actual presence of God. Worship in the physical tabernacle was merely a shadow, a copy of the real thing. After Christ, He exchanged this shadow for reality.