Tag Archives: Messiah

A Conversation Between Isaiah and John

Isaiah says (1:18): Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool. John says (1:29): … Continue reading

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Isaiah’s Messiah

I’ve been preaching a series on the book of Isaiah.  I’ve taken a detailed look at some of the passages covered in today’s sermon, and Lord willing will carry on and cover the others in coming weeks. Isaiah, more than … Continue reading

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Christ — “Whose Son is He?”

Man had to have a changed heart before he could have the blessings which a conquering Messiah would bring. Continue reading

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The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies

This is the first post summarising (with some additions) a discussion in the comments of an earlier post from two years ago (which I’ve just reposted).  The comments delved into some of the interesting features of the genealogies of Christ … Continue reading

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Repost — Another Quick Thought on Joseph

Did Joseph know, when he took his wife, that he was taking on himself an early death? Continue reading

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“By What Authority?” — Jesus Answers the Question

Jesus was not pointing to John, He was pointing through John, to the source of John’s baptism, the source of his ministry, to the Father Himself. Continue reading

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Another Quick Thought on Joseph

Matthew 1:24 Then Joseph being raised from sleep did as the angel of the Lord had bidden him, and took unto him his wife: When Joseph took Mary as his wife, becoming the earthly adoptive father of our Lord, he was … Continue reading

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