Isaiah foretells the birth of a Messiah who will free the Jews from oppression and will offer them a new beginning. Jesus came to earth so that we can experience a fresh start, complete forgiveness, and hope of heaven by trusting in Christ as Savior and Lord.
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
Scripture: Isaiah 53:4-7, 2 Kings 32 - 35, 2 Kings 16:3, Matthew 27:12-14
Topic: The Birth of Christ
Repentance is no more a meritorious work than its counterpart, faith. Repentance is an inward response. Genuine repentance pleads with the Lord to forgive and deliver from the burden of sin and the fear of judgment and hell. It is the attitude of the publican who, fearful of even looking toward heaven, smote his breast and cried, "God, be merciful to me, the sinner!" (...
Author: John MacArthur
Scripture: Luke 18:13-13, Luke 3:8-8, Isaiah 55:1-13, Matthew 27:3-3
The torn curtain in the Temple reveals the amazing power and grace of God to breach the chasm between God and man. Because the curtain is torn, we have full and immediate access to the Father, His wisdom, strength and companionship. God gives us an open invitation to come to Christ through the torn curtain.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Matthew 7:1-12, Matthew 27:45-50, Genesis 3:7-9, Romans 3:23, Romans 6:23
Topic: The Resurrection of Christ