Isaiah 6 by Ed Anton

And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me."

As Isaiah first beholds the Holy Holy Holy vision of the Lord, he falls in sober estimation of his own uncleanness with a readiness to do the will of God: Here Am I Send Me! But his commission will send him to hardened hearts and unresponsive ears. 

Isaiah 6 by Ed Anton

Isaiah 55 by Ed Anton

For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. 

A Sunday Sermon on the great promises given to exiled Judah (and to us through Jesus) from our God whose thoughts are not our thoughts and whose ways are not our ways. We consider:

  • The Good News and the Bad News (that our thoughts and ways are not God's thoughts and ways)
  • The Better News (that He has given us the Word to reshape and nourish our thoughts and ways)
  • But Wait, There's More (He celebrates our turning to Him with passion and vigor)

Isaiah 55 by Ed Anton

Isaiah 53 Easter Sermon by Ed Anton

Our sovereign God established our deliverance before the creation of the world and he clearly prophesied about Jesus' atonement for us ~700 years before His cross through the prophet Isaiah. Isaiah 52:13-53:12 provides great insight into Jesus' work on the cross. In this sermon, Ed Anton discusses:

  • Learning All The Worth of Pain
  • Jesus Meets You Where You Are...
  • To Take You Where You Want To Be

 This sermon was delivered on Easter 2012.

Isaiah 53 Easter Sermon by Ed Anton

Isaiah 40 by Ed Anton on Palm Sunday

The Book of Isaiah takes a decided turn towards hope in this beloved chapter which looks forward to the arrival of the triumphant arrival of the Messiah. In order to better comprehend this magnificent message of hope, Ed Anton exhorts us to understand:

  • You Are Much Less Than You Think
  • God Is Much More Than You Imagine
  • His Plan For You Is Much Greater Than You Can Fathom

 

Isaiah 40 by Ed Anton