Tag Archives: God’s plan

God’s Plans Are Sure

God has a plan, he knows what’s doing, his plans always work out. His Word given through Isaiah was encouraging to his people at that time. By studying it now, we better understand that God is always at work accomplishing … Continue reading

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Some Things Never Change

The Genesis 6 flood story and the New Testament plan of salvation probably have more things in common than you realize. Noah’s ark, the exodus from Egypt, the tabernacle in the wilderness, a dozen other things and the bride of … Continue reading

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This is the Day the Lord has Made

It’s a very well-known verse often used in calls to worship. The tone of Psalm 118 is worship but this verse could serve as a reminder that we are called to more than worship. This is the day the Lord … Continue reading

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God’s Plan for Messiah

Even if we overlook birth prophecies is chapters 7 and 9 (we will return to those the first week of Advent) Isaiah 11 describes the shoot that will come up from the roots of the stump of Jesse. The Spirit … Continue reading

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Isaiah’s Message, God’s Plan

Isaiah is an Old Testament prophet. While he lived and wrote in a specific time period, God knew what his plan was all along. He revealed his plan to humanity over a period of time. Isaiah didn’t have a full … Continue reading

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Peter’s Sermon

Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost is recorded in Acts 2:14-36. It is the first “Christian message” in that it’s the first time the death, burial and resurrection were proclaimed. Peter explains that God’s Spirit is being poured out … Continue reading

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