Holy, Holy, Holy

Guest Pastor Danny Brooks walks us through Isaiah 6:1-8

Sustaining Strength

Serious Comfort

The Christmas Hope of Isaiah

What a blessing it is to be able to celebrate the birth of Christ – the advent of our Savior! – during the Christmas season. Jesus’ birth was the glorious dawn of the promised hope to Israel and to the world. It was the dawn of hope to people in desperate need of it. “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in a land of deep darkness, on them has light shone.” (Isaiah 9:2) We praise God for the presence of Christ and the in-breaking light of His gospel! Please join us today as Pastor Dustin Rogers teaches from Isaiah 9.

Sustained Spiritual Strength

No matter where you are or what circumstances you’re in, sustained spiritual strength is available to and enjoyed by those that are weak and by those who wait. Pastor Dustin Rogers takes us through Isaiah 40:28-31 showing that the promises of comfort from Isaiah 40 are ultimately sustained by God’s power.

Lift Yours Eyes and See

Have you ever felt forgotten by God? Maybe you’ve encountered a season where it seemed like all your prayers were going unanswered. Maybe you’ve run from God and just assumed that He’d taken you off His radar. Though you know rationally and theologically that it isn’t true, perhaps you’ve felt the silence of God.


In the midst of their captivity, the children of Israel reached points of discouragement where it seemed like they had been forgotten by their God. Yet, God never forgets His people! In fact, it is in those times of discouragement that God compels us to look harder and see deeper into the glories of His greatness!


Please join us as Pastor Dustin Rodgers as we life our eyes and see Gods greatness in Isaiah 40:26-28.

The Holy One

Is it possible the ultimate cause of fear could be the ultimate cause of comfort? Pastor Dustin Rogers takes Isaiah 40:25 and sees the holiness of God in the line of attributes that also point us to God as comforter. We recognize that God’s holiness is the foundation of His comfort.


We forget for many reasons. Whether it is simple human forgetfulness or if we become distracted or willfully forget, God knows that we have the knowledge we need but we need to remember it. And in Isaiah 40:21-24, our attention is drawn to those things that help us remember the goodness and glory of God.

The Living Transcendent God

As people we attempt to capture things in pictures and words to describe them to others. Oftentimes, what we capture fails to convey the experience in real life. So it is with our God. Listen as Pastor Dustin Rogers digs through Isaiah 40 showing us a Living God that cannot be depicted by anything we can imagine.

An Unrivaled King

Isaiah 40:12-14 have helped us to behold our God – namely to behold His sovereign omnipotence and omniscience. Our God is all-powerful and all-knowing and is utterly worthy of our worship and trust! These attributes, though ever true, are perhaps never more applicable to us than they are in the midst of trial and test.
As C.H. Spurgeon eloquently states, “Oh, there is, in contemplating Christ, a balm for every wound; In musing on the Father, there is a quietus for every grief; and in the influence of the Holy Spirit, there is a balsam for every sore. Would you lose your sorrow? Would you drown your cares? Then go, plunge yourself in the Godhead’s deepest sea; be lost in His immensity; and you shall come forth as from a couch of rest, refreshed and invigorated. I know nothing which can so comfort the soul; so calm the swelling billows of sorrow and grief; so speak peace to the wind of trial, as a devout musing upon the subject of the Godhead.”
My friends, notice that the 19th century pastor didn’t offer a balm or rest or refreshment in connection with circumstances. No, these beautiful experiences of believers are found not in new situations but in God.