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Sermons on Isaiah

Below you’ll find a library of sermons using Isaiah as a primary text. Other Bible texts in addition to Isaiah may be used in each sermon as well. All of the sermons on Preaching.com represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
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  • Matt Chandler
    (October 2013)
    Are you humble in your pursuits? Do you strive after the things of this world? Or do you seek God, His will, the cross and Christ's good pleasure?
  • Demarquis Lamar Johnson
    (March 2013)
    God uses the foolishness of this world to achieve the most reasonable ends for His children, which is why losing may not make much sense to us and still be the best thing God could intend to have happen to us.
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (October 2010)
    In his book The Pursuit of God, A.W. Tozer made the following observation: "It is doubtful whether God can bless a man greatly until He has hurt him deeply." To put it another way, God cannot do much with people who have not passed through a time of suffering, sickness, sacrifice or struggle. How can we be a blessing to people who are going through the hardships of life if we ourselves somehow have been exempted from such hardships?
  • Craig A. Smith
    (September 2006)
    Isaiah 40:1-11, 29-31 It is so tempting in a passage like Is 40:1-11 to read it immediately through the lens of the New Testament. But today I am going to try to avoid this temptation and look at it first and primarily in its original Old Testament context; as hard as that may be for a New Test
  • Thomas Lindberg
    (February 2005)
    Studies prove that many Americans admit they do not enjoy peace in their lives. Experts tell us that every day in our nation, we swallow 9 tons of sleeping pills and another 15 tons of aspirin. Then we can add to that another hefty amount of more powerful medication — tranquilizers. Although ...
  • Max Lucado
    (January 2005)
    Isaiah 53:6 In October of 1347, a Genoese fleet returned from the Black Sea, carrying in her cargo the death sentence for Europe. By the time the ships landed in Messina, Italy, most of the sailors were dead. The few who survived wished they hadn't. Fever racked their bodies. Festering boils v
  • Michael L. Ruffin
    (October 2004)
    Isaiah 55:1-9 To paraphrase an old country song, too many of us are "looking for life in all the wrong places." It's a shame, too. After all, just our being here is a miracle.
  • Henlee Barnette
    (January 2004)
    Isaiah 40:8; 1 Peter 1:24-25
  • Kathleen Peterson
    (May 2003)
    Good Grief Isaiah 43:1-5; Revelation 7:16-17; John 11:28-36 I'll never forget the night my grandfather died. He'd become so ill, they had to take him to a nursing home. They actually didn't have to, I found out much later. They'd taken him to the hospital,
  • Rick Brand
    (March 2003)
    Casting Out Demons (March, 2003 POL) Topic: God's Greatness Author: Rick Brand, Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Henderson, NC Title: Casting out Demons Text: Isaiah 40:21-31 There are a lot of things happening that do not seem to fit the picture we have of ourselves. So many of our cherished
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