What the World Needs Now

When Soldiers Come Home

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When Soldiers Come Home

(A Sermon Based on Isaiah 9:1-7)

There is so much about this Scripture that makes the hearts of Christians warm. So much. But there is one part of this Scripture that is neglected that is truly the key to the whole prophecy: the burning boots. Listen in to this Christmas sermon about what God wants you to put in your Christmas hearth.

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God's Ultimate Sign

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God's Ultimate Sign

(A Sermon based on Isaiah 7)

You probably didn't learn this Bible story as a kid. It probably didn't make your Sunday School curriculum. You probably didn't hear it through the Christian grapevine either if you grew up outside of the church. And there's good reason for that. There's also good reason to hear it. This is a Scripture that contains not just a prophecy of the Christ, but arguable the most recognized Christ prophecy in the entire Bible.  There's a reason it is. There's also a reason why we need to hear the whole story about where it comes from and why it lands there. It's a powerful Scripture full of God's mercy and grace. Listen in.

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The Deep Question of Your Heart, God's Answer

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The Deep Question of your Heart, God's Answer

(A Sermon Based on Isaiah 40:1-11)

The Scriptures are so honest about life in this world. God's prophets who wrote a huge portion of the Scriptures are too. Here God's struggling prophet shows us the question that each of our hearts is asking about our ultimate future. He asks, "What can we say about it that's actually true? Will we really last?" And God gives here his answer in powerful, powerful language that is so memorable that people have now been quoting it for centuries. It is now the deep cry of every Christian's heart. Listen in below to God's answer.

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Your Pain, God's Grief

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Your Pain, God's Grief

A Sermon Based on Isaiah 64:1-8

God wants us to be spiritually authentic about our lives. He wants us to joy to the heights when times are good. He also wants us to express our pain when we feel grief. Our culture doesn't agree. Our culture urges us to live spiritually plastic lives - to push down our very real feelings of pain. This sermon explains though that it's not just culture that stops us from feeling the very real pain in our lives - from truly lamenting what's broken in them. There is something far more profound going in us that stops us from doing it. BUT once we do react - once we do allow ourselves to feel the pain of our broken hearts God uses that lament to begin to break open our hearts in a brand new way: with HOPE.

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