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God to the Rescue - 2C

Real Radio - 5/21/2019 12:00:00 AM

We really need to trust God in whatever circumstance we find ourselves in. The burden is on His shoulders. When we turn and follow Him, God will bring down those things that come against us. We can’t mess up beyond His love. The trials that come into our lives are designed by God to help us grow.

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God to the Rescue - 2A

Real Radio - 5/17/2019 12:00:00 AM

Nations are ultimately under God’s rule. His desire is for leaders to benefit the people. But, when those in authority rob the people of justice, and take from the poor, God will use other nations to go against them. God’s hand is always outstretched when the people cry out to Him in their brokenness.

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God to the Rescue - 1B

Real Radio - 5/16/2019 12:00:00 AM

The Old Testament prophets, including Isaiah, predicted that in the last days God will restore the prosperity of Judah. And, the nations who harmed and scattered the people of Israel will be judged. God will return His people back into their own land that was promised to them thousands of years ago.

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God to the Rescue - 1A

Real Radio - 5/15/2019 12:00:00 AM

God weaves hope into the darkest of situations. Our tendency is to be depressed or sad when things go wrong. But, we have Jesus to fulfill the promises of Isaiah’s time. Disaster will come to those leaders, nations or powers that bring corruption and poverty to its people.

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His Son, Our God, Your Savior - 2A

Real Radio - 5/10/2019 12:00:00 AM

God Himself came for us, and either we believe that or we don’t. Isaiah describes the First and Second coming with such detail that we’re brought to a place of decision. Either His Son Jesus is our Lord and Savior, or He isn’t. But, Jesus Christ is who the Bible says He is, whether we believe it, or not.. God loves us unconditionally. His love never changes. It’s God’s desire to lead us towards perfection, and completion. Spending time alone with our wonderful God, is when we’ll hear His council, and receive His strength. Even though God is love, He is also both mighty and powerful. When Jesus returns, He will right all wrongs, and all things will be made perfect, as He is perfect. Jesus is the Governor of time. Today is the day to receive Him as the Lord and Savior of your life.

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His Son, Our God, Your Savior - 1B

Real Radio - 5/9/2019 12:00:00 AM

Over 700 years before Jesus was born, Isaiah spoke of God’s Son coming down to us. Jesus came to bring salvation. But, in both Isaiah’s time, and in Jesus’ time, His hometown of Nazareth, was despised, unclean and associated with a curse. During the Second Coming, however, it will be a very different story. Jesus will sit on the throne of David, and His government will last forever.

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In God We Trust, Part 2 - 1B

Real Radio - 5/7/2019 12:00:00 AM

Trusting in the Lord means to wait on Him to act. Waiting then turns to resting, which gives us our strength. Then having rest in our Spirit, leads us towards a heart of worship. But like many of us today, Judah chose to trust the strength of their own allies rather than in the peace of God.

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In God We Trust, Part 2 - 1A

Real Radio - 5/6/2019 12:00:00 AM

We all operate in a realm of trust. It’s based on relationship, that’s proven and tested through time. But trust is fragile. It can easily be violated or broken. Israel in the North stopped trusting God and made alliances with foreign nations. In light of this, Judah in the South was promised peace. But, their fear of Israel in the North caused them to also turn from God, and rely on other nations for help.

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In God We Trust, Part 1 - 1A

Real Radio - 5/2/2019 12:00:00 AM

In God We Trust means to “hide into”. A refuge of perfect peace because He is the Lord. God wanted Judah to trust Him, and not turn from His commands, so he could bless them and allow them to prosper in peace. But, if they refuse to obey God, they will be cursed in everything they do.

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God's Word is Always True - 3B

Real Radio - 5/1/2019 12:00:00 AM

The Holy Spirit is the author of the Bible. And, when the prophet Isaiah foretells the virgin birth of Christ, the Holy Spirit answers this prophecy in Matthew, chapter 1. The near and far of Bible prophecy that covers a vast amount of time, is still accurate to the moment in prophecy fulfillment.

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God's Word is Always True - 3A

Real Radio - 4/30/2019 12:00:00 AM

God knows what will come to pass, and we need to remember that God is in control. God’s Word is eternal, and history is an eye witness to His Word. That’s why if the Bible wasn’t true, and all that it claims is false, it could easily be discarded. But, the past has proven God’s Word to be true. And, the longer we live, the more we see God’s hand in all that we do.

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God's Word is Always True - 2C

Real Radio - 4/29/2019 12:00:00 AM

Our calling is from God. We’re to decrease as God increases. And, when considering all that we do, we’re to ask ourselves if our decisions are Biblically recognizable. But, when leadership is corrupt, and goes against God’s Word, God intervenes, especially when it has to do with Israel.

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God's Word is Always True - 2A

Real Radio - 4/25/2019 12:00:00 AM

Today, Pastor Jack challenges us to look at our own lives to see if we believe God’s Word to be true. Judah’s King Ahaz didn’t believe God’s Word to be trustworthy because he had rebellion in his heart. And, even though, Isaiah tells Ahaz to ask for a sign from God, Ahaz goes against Isaiah’s promise that God made to him, and makes alliances with other nations.

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God's Word is Always True - 1C

Real Radio - 4/24/2019 12:00:00 AM

Plans against Israel will never succeed. Even though King Ahaz, of Jerusalem was young and rebellious, God’s hand was on him. And, even though Ahaz didn’t do what was right in God’s eyes, Isaiah reassures him of God’s protection that no other nation in the world has been promised.

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