Category Archives: Message Notes

Sing a New Song of a Child Born

The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of deep darkness a light has dawned. Isaiah 9:2 Isaiah 9 begins by addressing darkness. You and I don’t have to look around very … Continue reading

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Sing a New Song of Immanuel

Everyone faces times of change in life that leave us feeling unclear about the future. It may be a health issue. You may lack confidence when you bring your first child home from the hospital. The breakdown of a marriage … Continue reading

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Sing a New Song of Mission

Have you ever paused and to assess the state of the world and felt threatened? Have you looked around and thought things could be or should be better? The prophet Isaiah lived in a time when the nation of Israel … Continue reading

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Sing a New Song of Peace

In the film Grand Canyon a man diverts from a traffic jam and ends up on a dangerous street where his car breaks down. He was taunted and threatened by a group of teenagers. Upon arriving, the tow-truck driver tried … Continue reading

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Sing a New Song of Purity

Sometimes a song gets stuck in your head. It might be out of pure repetition, or it might remind you of a person or experience. Sometimes it’s just fun and catchy. Sometimes a song captures something emotional within us. Isaiah … Continue reading

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Guarding Your Future: Your Choices

The future comes with incredible regularity. A day gives way to another day, a week gives way to another week, a month gives way to another month, and a year gives way to another year. What we do in the … Continue reading

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Make Every Effort: To Avoid False Teaching

The way you choose words is significant in their meaning. Words can often be subtly misused. Take the word lie and lay. Lay requires an object, “I will lay the book on the table.” Lie is something you do by … Continue reading

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