A Hero Worthy of the Name

The Christian life may be challenging at times, but we look to the example and achievement of Christ who will keep us running faithfully to the end.
Hebrews 12:2
19 Feb 2017
Andrew Haslam

An Honest Description of Two Destinations

Sin's natural outworking is death. In this passage, we see God's personal commitment to the vindication of his name and his glory amongst people, eradicating sin fully and finally. God will himself come (Isaiah 35:4) to do this work and sweep those who have faith in him into his coming Kingdom.
Isaiah 34-35
12 Feb 2017
Simon Murphy

Rest Through The Righteous King

God's rule is being established throughout the world. This rule is simultaneously over all nations as well as in the hearts of his people who are drawn back to him through their own troubles.
Isaiah 32-33
5 Feb 2017
Simon Murphy

Waiting on the God Who Waits

Even though God's people repeatedly turn away from him and head towards the path of destruction, God faithfully waits for them to turn back that he may be gracious to them.
Isaiah 30-31
29 Jan 2017
Jacob Ng

A Tale of Two Wisdoms

God, who desires his people's flourishing as they trust in him alone, speaks to them in increasingly attention grabbing ways in order that they might look to him and experience his salvation. This salvation is Christ the cornerstone.
Isaiah 28 & 29
22 Jan 2017
Simon Murphy

A Tale of Two Cities

In this world there are two cities, the 'lofty' city which is opposed to God in pride and the 'strong' city which is made by God and will last forever. God's people enter his city through His salvation and live waiting for and praising Him.
Isaiah 24-27
15 Jan 2017
Simon Murphy

People with Spiritual Vision

God is the sovereign of our universe. His power, influence and reach is unparalleled. He alone is responsible for the rise and fall of nations. As such, the Bible exhorts us to be people with spiritual vision, that is a people who recognises God’s majesty and glory and desires to live rightly before him. Those who live in rebellion of God will face his terrible judgment. But those who call upon Jesus as their Lord and Saviour will live and enjoy his innumerable blessings.
Isaiah 21-23
8 Jan 2017
Jeremy Lee

Whose kingdom are we trusting in?

In his judgment and salvation of the nations, God demonstrates his absolute sovereignty over all. God’s people are thus encouraged to trust wholly in Him, and not in the passing kingdoms of this world.
Isaiah 13-20
1 Jan 2017
Eugene Low
Immanuel - God is with us

Jesus, the Gift of a Better King

Jesus Christ has come as a King for all people, and will shepherd all who worship Him.
Matthew 2:1-12
25 Dec 2016
Simon Murphy
Immanuel - God is with us

Unto Us A Child Is Born

God has performed a miracle so that Jesus, who is the Son of God, can enter into our world as a human being. By taking on humanity, Jesus qualifies to be our Saviour who takes our place on the cross so that we may have eternal life.
Matthew 1:18-25
18 Dec 2016
Eugene Low