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The glory, greatness, and grace of God revealed in Isaiah 40 gives us confidence that he takes notice of us and will act on our behalf. The Lord promised that he would come to us, and he did in Christ. He promises to renew our...

The renewing vision for the downcast and disheartened, for doubters and those in despair, for all who are in some kind of darkness, is God in his greatness and grace. Isaiah’s prophecy to the exiles points to Jesus Christ who came as the triumphant king...

This prophecy addresses a despondent people with the message that the Lord has not deserted them. The grace of the Lord abounds for forgiveness, deliverance, and the renewal we need to walk humbly and joyfully with him. This is the comfort with which the Lord...

Up to this point in Isaiah, the prophetic call to the people of Judah and Jerusalem has been to trust completely and only in the Lord. Now we come to an on-the-ground, real-life example of what that trust looks like. Hezekiah and the people come...

This section of Isaiah returns to the exposure of the sins of God’s people. Five “woes” reveal the grievance that the Lord has against them. But woven throughout are promises of his grace and the call to repent and to trust him. This is reality....

Those who experience the grace of God in Christ sing the song of salvation. It’s a song of thanksgiving, trust, and assurance. This song makes known God’s name and deeds in all the earth. The song of salvation is sung by all the redeemed of...

On earth kings and kingdoms fail, and people are unfaithful. Into this darkness comes the hopeful message of a Messiah who will someday rule in a new way and in a new world. See him in this chapter of Isaiah. Let your heart trust him...

Through God’s discipline of Israel we see his holiness. In his judgment of Assyria we see his sovereignty. As he calls a remnant to himself we see that the mighty God is gracious. The holiness, sovereignty, and grace of God come together in Jesus Christ...

Isaiah 6 records the vision that Isaiah saw of the Lord sitting on a throne high and lifted up. The Lord is revealed as King. But the chapter opens with news of the death of another king, Uzziah. The contrast between these two kings makes...

The message of these chapters in Isaiah is that after judgment comes glory. Judgment, with its purifying effect on God’s people through repentance and faith, leads to glory. As our sins are exposed by the Lord, we are called back to him and into the...

The opening words of the Lord in Isaiah are to his children. The Lord exposes their sin and displays his grace. His children have turned from him, he calls them back. If they return, he promises cleansing, restoration, and renewal. The book of Isaiah is...

Speaker: Michael Kelley As Peter closes his letter, he issues some final instructions and reminders for Christians as they wait for the coming of the Lord Jesus. He helps us see how we are to live in this day, in light of that day. Grace Community Church...

Speaker: Bill Maynard In today’s text, we are reminded to trust the sovereign goodness and justice of God as we await new heavens and a new earth to be revealed in God’s perfect timing. Grace Community Church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the...

Speaker: Marshall Albritton Peter warns his readers about the presence of false teachers in the Church. Peter describes their error, tactics, and effect on the Church. Peter also writes about the future judgment of those who would bring false teaching into the Church. There are two...

The command to humble ourselves is based on the promise that God gives grace to those who do so. Humility is a posture of mind and heart that is consistent with the reality that God is Lord. It is an attitude toward God and others....

“Feed my sheep,” Jesus said to Peter just before he ascended into heaven. Peter carried out his ministry to the sojourning and suffering congregations with these words ringing in his ears. Now, he is passing the exhortation on to elders who will do the same....

The congregation that is faithful to Christ and helpful to suffering sojourners prays effectively, loves earnestly, shows hospitality, and stewards the gifts of God by serving one another. As the church is obedient in these things, the Lord glorifies his name in the world. Each...

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