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 Studies In Isaiah - Part 11 by Harry A. Ironside

Topic: Expository
Scripture(s): Isaiah 53-55  
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 What is a Good Work by Art Katz

Topic: Good Works
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:10-16, Isaiah 56:1-2  
Description: Any work which does not have its genesis in the matrix of God’s rest is nothing short of evil, even a work that appears to be successful, or has a significant numerical impact. Art Katz points out the bitter irony that Sunday is often the most frenetic of days for God’s children. Herein lies an exhortation to seriously consider what a work of God really is, and what will truly glorify him. In order to truly cover the naked, and be Eunuch’s for God, we must operate out of his utter rest.
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 58. What is required in the fourth commandment? by Westminster Shorter Catechism

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): Leviticus 19:30, Isaiah 56:2-7  
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 The Demonstration of Judgment by Aaron Dunlop

Topic: Judgment
Scripture(s): Obadiah 15, Isaiah 51:17-23  
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 73 Without the Holy Spirit of God (brother Chadwick) by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): 1 Corinthians 6:20, Isaiah 51:17, Acts 19:2  
Description: Christianity was birthed in the Holy Spirit. Jesus our Lord taught it was essential to rely and wait for the power of the Spirit. We sadly see many abuses of Spirit-led living in modern Christendom but this should make us all the more hungry for the true manifestation. We are impotent without the infilling power of the Spirit. When we have God in the midst everything changes. We will not be able to stay quiet, we will speak boldly for our Lord that bought us with such a great price.1003 The underground Church in China chooses their leadership from those who are the hungriest after God. Are you hungry for the living God? For His power displayed in your life?
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 Christ the Man #1 by Major Ian Thomas

Topic: Christ
Scripture(s): Luke 26:38, Genesis 3:15, Isaiah 7:9  
Description: Christ’s death—incredible; Christ’s resurrection—impossible! We are reminded here that God looks at the heart. An overall view of the lives and times of Mary and Joseph and prophecy being fulfilled. Summing all up with God wants 100%, ALL of us.
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 Revivals in the Bible and in History by Denny Kenaston

Topic: Biblical Revival
Scripture(s): Isaiah 1-6, Psalm 44:1, Psalm 143:5-6  
Description: We find records in the Word of God of times when He visited His people in very powerful ways. God has recorded these for our instruction, inspiration, and also that we would cry out to Him to do it again. Bro Denny reviews the recorded revival of David's time, and and also of King Josiah's reign. He also recounts a few examples from more recent history.
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 The Good Life by Chuck Smith

Topic: Christian Life
Scripture(s): Isaiah 1-3  
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 The Great Arraignment of the Jewish Nation by Steve Gallagher

Topic: Jewish Nation
Scripture(s): Isaiah 1  
Description: It is not man but God who pours out His heart in this introductory message to the book of Isaiah. God lays out the charges against His people; decimates their arguments and calls on heaven and earth to decide the case.
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 Isaiah 35 by Art Katz

Topic: Israel's Future Blessing
Scripture(s): Isaiah 35  
Description: A close and careful examination of this text reveals God’s employment of another ‘agent,’ namely, the church, as being the instrument in Israel’s deliverance and salvation in the mystery of God at the end of this age.
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 Studies In Isaiah - Part 1 by Harry A. Ironside

Topic: Expository
Scripture(s): Isaiah 35-46  
Description: Mr. Ironside presents sound expository teaching from Isaiah 36 - 39, highlighting Hezekiah's prayers, Isaiah's intercession, and God's fulfilling of His word to preserve the royal line of the Messiah. He soberly warned Christians not to be blind to the true nature of the enemy by flattery and gifts as opposed to threats which cause dependence upon God. In Isaiah 40 Ironside answers the critics about Isaiah's authorship and presents a bird's eye view of the remainder of this book.
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 K-139 Endtime Overview by Art Katz

Topic: End Times
Scripture(s): Isaiah 35, Jeremiah 30:6-7, Jeremiah 31:1  
Description: An excellent one-message overview that touches many of the great themes of the faith and that culminates in the Lord’s return and establishment of His Kingdom through a restored Israel. The time of Jacobs trouble.
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 The Candlestick - Laodicea by Carter Conlon

Topic: Laodicea
Scripture(s): Revelation 1:6, Mark 4:35, Isaiah 58  
Description: Above all things we need to desire an ever increasing revelation of who our Lord Jesus Christ is. The disciples were caught in a storm, but Jesus was in their boat with them. There were other ships caught in the storm as well. But the disciples cried out in fear, not having the confidence, God was in their boat! The still didn't realize who Jesus was. We need to focus on those who need Jesus and are lost in this stormy world in these last days. No matter what storm we face as believers, we have Christ in the ship, so let's get away from the focus on self and focus on those around us who don't know the Savior! Woe to those who are at ease in Zion! (Amos 6:1).
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 The Seven Churches of Revelation by Carter Conlon

Topic: Churches of Revelation
Scripture(s): Revelation 3:14-22, Isaiah 58  
Description: This is a powerful message about the church of Laodicea and much of the Western church of this day. The message is centered on the verses between Revelation 3:14 to 3:22 Carter also uses verses from Mark chapter 4 to show the disciples fearfulness and lack of concern for others when they were in storm with Jesus in the boat. The church of Laodicea had the same lack of concern for others with the self-centered life that they were in. In Isaiah chapter 58, the message speaks of the fast that God has chosen instead of the fasts of pretence that the people of that time were doing. Like the church of Laodicea, the people of Isaiah’s day were living life for themselves with no concern or grief for the poor or suffering. With these verses the message went into a parallel with much of the church of today that looks for self-help books, or seminaries, or even counseling without seeking God or God’s word for problems. Carter encourages married people with problems to look to Ephesians chapter 5 for an answer to problems instead of the counsel of someone who suggests that all your problems are from your third and forth generation. The message ends with words about revival using the revival of Ezra where it speaks of the people weeping. Revival has a strange mixture of weeping and joy. In revival the hearts of the people are broken and there is remorse. The church of Laodicea did not weep for others.
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 (Godly Home) Part 7 - More Pictures of Promise by Denny Kenaston

Topic: Godly Home Series
Scripture(s): Psalm 127:3-5, Isaiah 58  
Description: Kenaston debunks the purposeless attitude, "I think my children will turn out alright," by demonstrating the biblical truth that strong foundations of a Christian life are needed to produce many generations of righteous offspring. Childraising is to be as purposeful as the Israelite warrior who meticulously prepared his arrows to destroy the enemy. "What is success," brother Denny asks, "a big pile of money or a bunch of arrows in your quiver ready to go?"
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 Revival! by Alan Bartley

Topic: Revival
Scripture(s): Isaiah 63:15  
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 How To Pray - Part 2 by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Prayer Life
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40  
Description: Using Isaiah 40 and a few other passages, Pastor Cymbala addresses three problems we run into in regard to prayer. 1. My problem is so big, it seems bigger than God. 2. God has forgotten about me and my problem. 3. The wait is just too long. I can't carry on anymore. He brings encouragement from the Scriptures and shows how big, how caring, and how faithful our God is.
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 Studies In Isaiah - Part 2 by Harry A. Ironside

Topic: Expository
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40-46  
Description: Ironside continues from Part 1, commenting upon selected verses. Due to his failing eyesight, his wife reads the Scripture. He warned against teaching that didn't have "much teeth"--powerless and colorless preaching where "the unsaved just enjoy it." Ironside spoke of the glory days of the Salvation Army 60 years prior, when a thousand of them would march through the streets of San Francisco, and being delivered from legality.
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 The Majesty of God by Leonard Ravenhill

Topic: Majesty Of God
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40  
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 Isaiah Chapter 40 by Stephen Kaung

Topic: Isaiah
Scripture(s): Isaiah 40  
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