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November 1, 2020
2 Corinthians 5:14-17 and Isaiah 43:14-19
"A Time for Something New"
Rev. Dr. Jack M. Loo

Sermon Focus: A new chapter is on its way for the Israelites. God is coming with power and a plan to release the people from under the oppression of the Babylonians. The God who had saved them in the past is trustworthy for salvation in the present. God comes to us too, with the same history of faithfulness, ready to do something new.

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November 8, 2020
Romans 8:35-39 and Isaiah 45:20-25
"The Only One Qualified"
Rev. Dr. Jack M. Loo

Sermon Focus: Some challenges in life are much bigger than we are. The Israelite dream of reclaiming and rebuilding Jerusalem and the temple would take God-sized power to accomplish. Isaiah declares that God is the only one qualified to release and restore the Israelites. In the same way, God is the only one qualified to be the caring Lord of our lives today.

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November 15, 2020
John 10:27-30 and Isaiah 51:1-8
"Why Should We Listen to God?"
Rev. Dr. Jack M. Loo
Sermon Focus: As the Israelites were freed from their Babylonian captivity, it became apparent that physical imprisonment was not the only incarceration from which they needed release. The people also needed freedom from the imprisonment of their souls. And how was that to be accomplished? Isaiah says, “Listen to God” and you will know. That is the answer for many of our challenges today, “listen to God.” 

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November 22, 2020
John 3:13-17 and Isaiah 53:1-12
"The Great Rescue"
Rev. Dr. Jack M. Loo
Sermon FocusIn the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, the prophet is writing as if he was a witness to the life and death and resurrection of Jesus Christ rather than 700 years before. As he writes he foretells the giving of Christ’s life so that we might experience the receiving of eternal life. “God so loved the world.” Thanks be to God. 

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November 29, 2020
Luke 1:26-33 and Isaiah 9:2-6
"The Ways of God"
Rev. Dr. Jack M. Loo
  Sermon Forcus:Things could not have been worse for the Israelites. Their land was overrun by their enemies. They were scattered to the far corners of the territory. They lived in fear of what might come next. It seemed to be the darkest time of their history. But out of the darkness came a song of hope. Isaiah had written a hymn of faith about God's plan to come to humanity through the birth of Jesus. Carrying wonderful names that revealed His character and His mission, this was no ordinary child.

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