‘To the far and to the near’, Lord, You speak Your Word of ‘peace’ (Isaiah 57:19). Christ is Your Word of ‘peace’ (Ephesians 2:13-14). Christ is for ‘the Jews’. He is for ‘the Gentiles’. There is one way of salvation. Jesus Christ is our Saviour. Help us to put our ‘faith’ in Him. It’s through […]Read More Jesus Is Such A Great Saviour.
‘The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me… to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favour’ (Isaiah 61:1-2). We thank You, Lord, that Jesus has fulfilled these words (Luke 4:18-21). Jesus has come, ‘proclaiming the Good News of God’. He tells us that ‘the time has come’. This is the time of opportunity, the […]Read More The Time Of Opportunity
Isaiah 48:1-22 ‘I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go’ (Isaiah 48:17). God knows what is best for us. He helps us to say, ‘As for God, His way is perfect’ (Job 23:10; 2 Samuel 22:31). How does God help […]Read More “I am the Lord your God who teaches you what is best for you … ” (Isaiah 48:17).
We thank You, Lord, for Your ‘Good News’ – Help us to ‘shout for joy’. As we receive ‘Good News’from You, may we sing ‘songs of joy’. We thank You for the Good News of Your reign – ‘Your God reigns’ and the Good News of our redemption – ‘The Lord has redeemed’ us. Help […]Read More We Thank You, Lord, For Your Good News.
In Isaiah 40:8, we learn that “the Word of our God will stand for ever”. Jesus says, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away” (Mark 13:31). The Word which Jesus Christ speaks to us now is nothing less than the Word of God. We are born again through His Word (1 […]Read More The Word of God will stand for ever.
“I am ruined!” (Isaiah 6:5). Doesn’t this sound so depressing? It’s not the way we want to feel about ourselves. If we feel like this, it’s something we want to keep to ourselves. What are we to say about Isaiah’s description of himself? It’s real. He’s telling the truth about himself. In the presence of […]Read More The Forgiveness Of Our Sins
Isaiah 26:1-4 “Trust in the Lord forever …. the Lord is an everlasting rock!” (Isaiah 26:4). Forever, everlasting – We must never lose sight of this eternal perspective.Read More Lift Up Your Eyes!