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 (Isaiah) The Highway of Holiness by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 34-35  
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 The King in His Beauty by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 33:17  
Description: DELIVERED ON LORD'S-DAY MORNING, MAY 26TH, 1867, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “Thine eyes shall see the king in his beauty: they shall behold the land that is very far off.”-Isaiah 33:17. WHEN the Assyrians had invaded Judea with an immense army, and were about to attack Jerusalem, Rab-shakeh was sent with a railing message to the king and his people. When Hezekiah heard of the blasphemies of the proud Assyrian, he rent his clothes and put on sackcloth, and went into the house of the Lord, and sent the elders of the priests covered with sackcloth to consult with Isaiah the prophet. The people of Jerusalem, therefore, had seen their king in most mournful array, wearing the garments of sorrow, and the weeds of mourning; they were, however, cheered by the promise that there should be so complete a defeat to Sennacherib, that the king should again adorn himself with the robes of state, and appear with a smiling countenance in all the beauty of joy. Moreover, through the invasion of Sennacherib, the people had not been able to travel; they had been cooped up within the walls of Jerusalem like prisoners. No journeys had been made, either in the direction of Dan or Beersheba, even the nearest villages could not be reached; but the promise is given, that so completely should the country be rid of the enemy, that wayfarers should be able to see the whole of their territory, even that part of the land which was very far off...
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 The Portion of the Ungodly by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 47:14  
Description: THE PORTION OF THE UNGODLY. A SERMON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 13TH, 1862, BY REV. C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “Behold, they shall be as stubble; the fire shall burn them; they shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame: there shall not be a coal to warm at, nor fire to sit before it.”-Isaiah 47:14. THIS text is part of a terrible description of God's judgment upon Babylon and Chaldea. The prophet had clearly written out the indictment of the Lord against that tyrannic people, and having proved their guilt he pronounces their sentence. He accused them of shewing no mercy to the inheritance of the Lord which, in his wrath, he had given into their hands. He charges them with pride and boastfulness, for Chaldea had said in her heart, “I am, and there is none beside me;” and Babylon had boasted, “I shall be a lady for ever; I shall see no sorrow.” He testifies against their over-boldness and presumption; for they were given to pleasures and lived carelessly, expecting no ill. Thus said the prophet, speaking in the name of the Lord, “Thou hast trusted in thy wickedness: thou hast said, None seeth me. Thy wisdom and thy knowledge, it hath perverted thee; and thou hast said in thine heart, I am, and none else beside me.” On account of these iniquities the destruction of Chaldea and Babylon was to be sudden, terrible, and complete. They were to be so utterly destroyed...
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 God´s tender mercies by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Mercy Of God
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40:1-2  
Description: Jerusalem was in ruins and God's people were utterly vanquished by the enemy. Many were in captivity in Babylon. They realised that they had sinned grievously, and were totally despondent. And then God's Word turned from judgement to mercy. Consider this carefully, for it is applicable to our day too. There are Christians who have been taken captive and live a defeated Christian life, as we read in Rom 7, "For what I will to do, that I do not practice; but what I hate, that I do". They realise and acknowledge their utter desperate state, and have grown despondent. God has pity and feels compassion on His people who have lost their way and acknowledge their desperate state and cry unto Him for mercy.
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 The Prayer That Prepares the Way by Wesley Duewel

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 40:1-5  
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 God´s tender mercies part 2 - Preparing the Way by Erlo Stegen

Topic: Mercy Of God
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40:3-5  
Description: Last Sunday we looked at the first two verses of Isaiah 40. The message of God's comfort and tender mercy is promised to His people. The continuation and explanation of this grace flows naturally into the next verses. This grace and comfort is through true repentance, as this text shows. When it speaks of the "voice of Him" crying in the wilderness it is a direct reference to John the Baptist but is not limited to him, for it is God's own voice that declares this message which brings repentance, faith, and glory (as shown in verse 5). King Herod, in a moment of intoxication and lust promised his lover's daughter (who had eroticially danced at the wine-flowing party) "up to half his kingdom". Her mother, with a deep-seated hatred against John the Baptist seized the opportunity to demand his head on a platter. She hated John for openly declaring that it "was not right for Herod to take his brother's wife". Nevertheless, the decaptitation of John, did not silence "the voice of Him". Even after the death of John this voice continued to cry out; as it does even now.
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 Keeper of the Spring by Ralph Sexton

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 58:11, John 4:4  
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 Prove Me Now by Keith Daniel

Topic: Trusting God
Scripture(s): Malachi 3:10, Isaiah 58:1-14  
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 Not Every Trial Is A Test by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 65:17-18  
Description: July 10, 2005. This message are for those who are on the brink of despair. What you are going through is not a testing of your faith but a training. God allows these afflictions to wean us out of Egypt and to produce a cry in our heart for total deliverance. Through these afflictions God will take the mentality of the world out of you and produce a longing in your heart that will result in an eternal perspective.
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 Hell Enlarged! Avoid The Three Steps Which Will Take You There! by Ian Paisley

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 5:14  
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 Not in Vain - Is.45 by Paul Ravenhill

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 45  
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 Hatching Snake Eggs by David Wilkerson

Topic: Repentance
Scripture(s): Isaiah 58:1-2  
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 Dry Spells by David Wilkerson

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Isaiah 41:17  
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 God's River by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Holy Spirit
Scripture(s): Isaiah 41:17-20  
Description: The church needs the Holy Spirit. Christianity in America is in decline because the church is relying on everything other than the Holy Spirit. Without the Spirit, living the Christian life is impossible. That's why we need God's River.
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 Arrogant, Overfed, and Unconcerned by Jackie Pullinger

Topic: Helping The Poor
Scripture(s): Ezekiel 16:49-50, Isaiah 41:17, Psalm 102:9  
Description: "Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. They were haughty and did detestable things before me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen" Ezekiel 16:49. Jackie gives a short, deep and challenging call to go and minister to the poor with a broken heart. Her message is followed by personal testimonies. The recording ends in weeping over the hardness of our hearts and for the poor. Real ministry is to show people the Lord of the Word: "They will know what He is like by what you are like. So you live it with your life and they will read you like an epistle." Whenever the destitute cry out, God will respond by sending a person, and it could be you. God works through people. Jackie also points out that the poor don't need training in evangelism, as evangelism is simply "one poor man telling another poor man where to find bread".
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 The Last Revival by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 54  
Description: David Wikerson shares his heart and conviction that God is going to send one last great revival before the end times. May we pray and seek God for this outpouring of the spirit of God and ingathering of souls into the kingdom of God.
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 Revivals in Peru by David James Morse

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 64  
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 How Satan Destroys a Church - Part 4 (THE WORM THAT HAD TO DIE) by Don Courville

Topic: Spiritual Warfare
Scripture(s): Isaiah 53, Isaiah 41:1-4, Psalm 22:6  
Description: If Satan can move us off center - which is Christ - he wins a battle in destroying the church by negating the power that is possible for our lives. This power is found in the crucified life of Jesus Christ. There is a beautiful analogy found in the crushing of the Scarlet Worm and the life of Christ. Without the crushing of either one there is neither usefulness nor fulfillment. So the Christian must follow Christ to the cross in dying to self and living the resurrected life in Christ.
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 The time of Jacob's Trouble by Art Katz

Topic: Jacob's Trouble
Scripture(s): Isaiah 6  
Description: A comprehensive overview of a soon-coming event. Drawing on the prophetic scriptures, Art brings to the church a framework of understanding of what it will take for present-day Jacob to become the Israel of God.
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 Woe Lo Go - The Vision (1955) by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Vision
Scripture(s): Isaiah 6  
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