This is the final message in our series from the Book of Isaiah. Started 3 1/2 years ago, we have worked our way through the prophecies, seeing Christ become ever more clear upon the horizon. We finish, as we look forward to the new heavens and the new earth.
This morning, we return to the Prophecy of Isaiah for what will be the last series of sermons from this, the longest of all the Old Testament prophetic books. In this message from Isaiah 62, we see that the message of hope held out to the exiles, is also a message of hope for us, for […]
Our series in Isaiah brings us to chapter 59, with the wonderful promise: “The Redeemer will come to Zion”
This morning’s message is from Isaiah chapter 58 , verses 1-14. Please excuse audio quality, as service was held in church hall
This evening, Steph MacLeod participated in conversation and song. The whole service has been published on this occasion, enabling those who couldn’t be present to still feel part of things. Our Pastor spoke briefly at the close from Luke 15 and John 10 on the theme of Lost Sheep and the Good Shepherd.
Bringing our current ‘block’ of messages from Isaiah 55 to an end, this message looks at the hope that is found in God’s offer of life everlasting.
Returning to our series in Isaiah, this message from Chapter 54 shows God’s faithfulness in keeping His Promises.
In today’s message we come to the fourth and final ‘Servant Song’, in which we see the Servant as the one who suffers for our sins, but is glorified by the Father.
This message from Isaiah Chapter 51 v. 17-23 and Chapter 52 v. 1-12 once again shows us Christ. We see him as the one who not only drains the cup of wrath for all his brothers, but calls us to receive his gift of redemption and follow him.
This morning’s message marks a return to the Book of Isaiah. From Chapter 50 v. 1-11, we see the way the ‘Servant of the Lord’ points forward so clearly to the Lord Jesus.