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This Coming Sunday

Please join Dr. Will this first coming Sunday of Advent, November 29, 2020, as he preaches the first of Advent series “Go, Sing It on the Mountain: A Child is Gonna Come” (Psalm 80:1-8; Isaiah 64:1-2; Mark 13:32-36)

“Mommy, when is Christmas? It is soon, my dear! When is soon, mommy? Is it tomorrow? You would agree with me that there is something just delightful to see a child longing for Christmas. A time of exuberance to finally open presents. It is like transitioning from darkness to light.

If there is any nation that was in the state of existential limbo and darkness, it is probably the ancient Israel. Its identity and existence were always under threat. It was a nation that was enslaved, exploited; it was a nation where Kings and prophets took advantage of the working poor, and many other people. Justice was no longer the rule.

It was under those circumstances, that prophet Isaiah couldn’t take it anymore and cried out for help to the Lord, “Oh Lord that you would tear open the heavens and come down.”

In this sermon, I argue that the peculiarity of this year with Covid-19 ravaging the world, we feel like crying out just like prophet Isaiah. We want God to be real and do something quick.

Many today in our nations and around the world are saying this prayer. “O that you would tear open the heavens and come down.”

I find myself saying these words of prophet Isaiah on the behalf of loves ones, dear friends, struggling with challenge or critical illness. I find myself saying those words of Prophet Isaiah when I see that greed, selfishness and violence take over our moral compass as a society.

This is the deepest yearning of the human heart: the longing, the wanting, the needing, and the waiting with which every one of us is familiar with. We wait that God intervenes, we wait that God comes down and does something. On this first Sunday of Advent, God gives us a hint. The child is coming. The wait won’t be forever.


Message

Happy Thanksgiving!!!


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Announcements
  • This Coming Sunday

    Please join Dr. Will this first coming Sunday of Advent, November 29, 2020, as he preaches the first of Advent series “Go, Sing It on the Mountain: A Child is Gonna Come” (Psalm 80:1-8; Isaiah 64:1-2; Mark 13:32-36)

    “Mommy, when is Christmas? It is soon, my dear! When is soon, mommy? Is it tomorrow? You would agree with me that there is something just delightful to see a child longing for Christmas. A time of exuberance to finally open presents. It is like transitioning from darkness to light.

    If there is any nation that was in the state of existential limbo and darkness, it is probably the ancient Israel. Its identity and existence were always under threat. It was a nation that was enslaved, exploited; it was a nation where Kings and prophets took advantage of the working poor, and many other people. Justice was no longer the rule.

    It was under those circumstances, that prophet Isaiah couldn’t take it anymore and cried out for help to the Lord, “Oh Lord that you would tear open the heavens and come down.”

    In this sermon, I argue that the peculiarity of this year with Covid-19 ravaging the world, we feel like crying out just like prophet Isaiah. We want God to be real and do something quick.

    Many today in our nations and around the world are saying this prayer. “O that you would tear open the heavens and come down.”

    I find myself saying these words of prophet Isaiah on the behalf of loves ones, dear friends, struggling with challenge or critical illness. I find myself saying those words of Prophet Isaiah when I see that greed, selfishness and violence take over our moral compass as a society.

    This is the deepest yearning of the human heart: the longing, the wanting, the needing, and the waiting with which every one of us is familiar with. We wait that God intervenes, we wait that God comes down and does something. On this first Sunday of Advent, God gives us a hint. The child is coming. The wait won’t be forever.

  • Message

    Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  • Please Follow us on Facebook for Live Service Sunday Mornings @ 9:30 AM

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