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Fellow Exiles

Guests, Tim Graham   |   March 10,2015   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Although we were exiled for our faithlessness, the faithful Word which the Father spoke in Christ, through the Spirit, gives us faith.

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Isaiah 52:13-53:3

A reflection on ministry expectations in light of the prophet Isaiah's call and commission.

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Isaiah 42:16

Guests, Edward Hartman   |   November 1,2011   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

When reflecting on the providence of God we are brought before his goodness and faithfulness to his children.

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Commencement 2011

As servants of the Lord, like Jesus, you are prepared, needed, and dedicated for the task of gospel ministry.

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Isaiah 52:12-15

Hywel R. Jones   |   September 14,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah

An examination of the dual themes of sufferings and triumph in the Servant Songs of Isaiah and how the one preceeds the other.

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Isaiah 53:10-12

The purpose, worth, and benefits of the Servant of the Lord.

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Isaiah 50:4-9

Guests, Ed Kastelein   |   September 16,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

The Old Testament prophetic office examined in light of teaching elders.

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Isaiah 52:13-53:12

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   September 7,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Isaiah 53

Isaiah 53 is the hinge of the book of Isaiah and the most quoted section of scripture in the New Testament.

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The Exodus Motif in Isaiah

Resident Faculty, Bryan D. Estelle   |   January 1,2008   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Articles

An explanation of how the Exodus theme is taken up and transformed in the prophet Isaiah.


The Profitable Servant

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   August 1,1999   |  Type: Articles

The astounding promise of Isaiah is that those who trust the Servant of the Lord and are saved by His work will share in the glory that will be His. 


The Christian’s Only Comfort

Resident Faculty, W. Robert Godfrey   |   June 1,1999   |  Type: Articles

The coming of Jesus is the coming of comfort for God's people.

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