A lot of the NT writers (Gospels, Paul, etc) have Isaiah in mind in their writings and they especially see Jesus being the prophetic fulfillment of the Isaiah 52 passage. We just can’t read this passage without thinking about Jesus and all He went through on the cross.
What sort of person/community does God call all of us to be? Who is God calling you particularly to be? God has created different parts of the body, different functions, in order to make up the whole – so, what could you uniquely contribute to your community? Where could you uniquely serve?
Paul Chen, a professor at Western, shares his personal testimony.
In Isaiah 65, God gives His people a vision of what’s to come – a day in the future when all will be restored. But to grasp what He’s saying, we have to go back to Genesis 1 and to Revelation at the end of scripture. It’s a vision that is for us, God’s people […]
Isaiah 30 & 31 In these rather chilling oracles, the Lord rebukes his people for going to Egypt for help instead of trusting in him. He warns them that Egypt’s help will come to nothing, but that he longs for his people to trust him, the only one who can help them in their trouble. […]
Isaiah saw that Israel was called to be a witness to the nations around her. He saw Israel as they were – a people of injustice. Isaiah saw and prophesied of a suffering servant who would come to make atonement for the sin of bearing false witness. We are the new Israel and yet, we can […]
An introduction to the sermon series “What Isaiah Saw…”. Isaiah saw the Lord, and everything else we will read in the book flows out of that encounter with God.
CCF students share stories from SSI (Student Spring Impact).
We serve a Healer! Using Acts stories, demonstrate how the Jesus message is often a “show and tell” gospel – that the message of “I make all things new” can apply to our emotions and bodies here and now. What would our witness be like if we prayed for healing for people in Red Square? […]