Last Sunday’s Sermons: “Immanuel” & “God So Loved the World”

by Sarah Boghosian February 4, 2014

AM: Immanuel—Isaiah 7:10-25

Sunday, February 2 Liam Goligher preached "Immanuel" based upon Isaiah 7:10-25, the next installation in his series "The Gospel According to Isaiah." In his sermon Liam reviewed some of the questions we've been asking recently. Will Ahaz (of the house of David) trust God? Will he believe the promises of God as brought to him through the prophet Isaiah? Liam reminds us of the important truth found in this passage: If you are not firm in faith then you will not be firm at all. In verses 7-25, Liam expounds upon the three voices present in the passage:

  • The voice of the Lord
  • The voice of the king (Ahaz)
  • The voice of the prophet (Isaiah)

February 2 was also Paul Jones' last Sunday with us at Tenth. To hear the special music throughout the service and to observe the Lord's Supper, you may watch the full service on our YouTube or Vimeo channels.

PM: God So Loved the World—John 3:16-21

Sunday evening, Liam Goligher preached "God So Loved the World" based upon the well known passage John 3:16-21, the next in his series "That You May Believe…" Liam addresses three important aspects of this passage.

  • How God loves.
  • How God gives.
  • How God works.

The full service is available on our Vimeo and YouTube channels.

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