Tag Archives: God is near
Isaiah served during a time that God was judging Israel. Judgement and salvation are both from God. Much of this sermon compares Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4 illustrating that the Bible has many writers but there is one author.
Solomon was the son of David and Bathsheba hand-picked by David to succeed him. He was the last king to rule over a united kingdom of Israel. He was blessed by God with wisdom, which he asked for, and with … Continue reading
After several chapters of instructions, followed by several chapters of building, sewing and carving, the Tabernacle was raised in Exodus 40. It was one year from the day the Israelites left Egypt and it was all a picture of what … Continue reading
Moses and Aaron appeared before Pharaoh and showed him and Egypt many signs and wonders. And as God had said, Pharaoh hardened his heart.
We often say “Moses and the Burning Bush” but I would like to focus on the fact that God was present. God told Jacob he would go down to Egypt with his family. God answered the cry of the Hebrews … Continue reading
I very badly wanted to title this sermon “God in the Boat” but that’s technically not true. Last week, in God in the Garden, we began a series on the biblical truth that God is near. The Great Flood is … Continue reading
The Garden of Eden, in the perfect world God made, was home to Adam and Eve. After sin and the curse, they were driven from the Garden to keep them from eating of the tree of life. We often say … Continue reading
I enjoy starting open ended series that do not have a set number of entries or a deadline to finish by. On Sunday, January 14th, I will begin preaching a series of sermons broadly titled “God is Near.” I have … Continue reading