What a God! (Isaiah 46:1-13)

What a God! (Isaiah 46:1-13)

Isaiah’s ‘only’ really speaks more to the “monergistic” nature of God’s relationship with His people. He does all our works for us, He is our Alpha and our Omega. In Christianity: all is of grace, so it cannot be earned or lost! VN:F...
God’s Paradox Strategy (Isaiah 45:8-25)

God’s Paradox Strategy (Isaiah 45:8-25)

Comforts by themselves will never get us there, because we cannot, on our own get (understand/see) God’s ways, You see only in Christ are the ways of God are made wonderful in our sight! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote...
With a Punch! (Isaiah 44:24-45:7)

With a Punch! (Isaiah 44:24-45:7)

God’s solutions to Israel’s need for deliverance and redemption are not what we might expect. In fact they are NOT our ways, as Isaiah will soon say about all God’s ways. And herein God delivers His revelation, you see: God’s revelation comes...
Superior Sequel (Isaiah 43:22-44:23)

Superior Sequel (Isaiah 43:22-44:23)

In deliverance, God’s people can take heart because God is in charge, deliverance is sure to come, but in redemption, the sequel, God’s people can take heart because we already have redemption, His redemption is never far off! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...
Not Why, But Who (Isaiah 42:18-43:21)

Not Why, But Who (Isaiah 42:18-43:21)

This text invites us to take it as ‘written for our instruction’, to teach us that we can take heart: if God is in Charge, all is well! Sometimes though, we need to be reminded that God is with us; that God is for us; and that He is effecting a much...
Our Charge (1 Timothy 1:2-20)

Our Charge (1 Timothy 1:2-20)

Paul instructs Timothy with some of the most fundamental aspects of Christian ministry but it underlies the fact that all our life is found in Christ. In our Union with Christ we have the aim, the reasons, and the strength for our warfare that Paul charged Timothy...
Equipping the Servant (Isaiah 41:21-42:17)

Equipping the Servant (Isaiah 41:21-42:17)

God challenges the idols of the Gentile nations (perhaps the ones they built in 41:7?) to underline their folly and God’s answer for them – Isaiah constructs a Chiasm that centers around His Servant to show us that: Jesus, as servant, is the answer to those lost...
The Incomparable Lord (Isaiah 40:12-31)

The Incomparable Lord (Isaiah 40:12-31)

answers both concerns that God is willing to save (v.1-11) and that he is able to save (v.12-26) but goes on to explain how He Himself is the redeemer (v.27-31) all in the form of a divine logic arguing that we can trust the Lord! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...
Abraham, Aaron & the new Adam (Psalm 67:1-7)

Abraham, Aaron & the new Adam (Psalm 67:1-7)

God’s promise to Abraham, that he would be blessed and a blessing to the whole earth runs throughout the Bible and connects the promise to Abraham with the Blessing of Aaron with an expectant hope that through the reality of God’s Immanuel presence all the...
Gospel Voices (Isaiah 40:1-11)

Gospel Voices (Isaiah 40:1-11)

By uniting Himself to us, the Lord has pardoned and perfected His people in fulfillment of His perfect plan. This highly alliterated statement is the gospel, but what we see in the first 11 verses of is that this gospel is more than a message – its and ongoing...
God’s Tests (Isaiah 38:21-39:8)

God’s Tests (Isaiah 38:21-39:8)

Hezekiah was tested by God after being granted a wonderful even miraculous recovery from a life threatening illness. Thankfully for us the test of righteousness was passed for us by Jesus – and He gives us that righteousness as an inheritance. VN:F...

Servant Unto Death (Isaiah 38:1-20)

Isaiah reminds us that it was Jesus as the new kind of king – who, in love, put his house in order by being a servant unto death. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.7/5 (3 votes cast)Isaiah_38_1-20.mp3...
A King Steps Forth (Isaiah 37:1-38)

A King Steps Forth (Isaiah 37:1-38)

The pious response of Hezekiah to the impious challenge of the Rabshakeh is wonderful, but late. Yet that is not the point, He is not the King Isaiah is really pointing to, because in the end, only by the faithfulness of King Jesus is there true deliverance! VN:F...

In Whom are You Trusting? (Isaiah 36:1-22)

Isaiah begins his conclusion to the book of the king with an historical narrative that demonstrates the certainty and trustworthy nature of God’s Word. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)Isaiah_36_1-22.mp3...

Another Exodus (Isaiah 35:1-10)

The strong shouts of Joy and triumph come from the person and work of our redeemer, and this triumphal march characterizes our exodus. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 3.0/5 (1 vote cast)Isaiah_35.mp3...

Gospel Vengeance! (Isaiah 34:1-17)

God’s exclusive love for his people will produce vengeance on the whole earth and a reversal of fortunes similar to Lazarus and the rich man, but in all the fearful discussion of judgment, God’s mercy shines out the bright for Christ drank the cup of...

Good News and Bad News (Isaiah 33:1-24)

Isaiah’s 6th woe begins with a universal proclamation for the elect that God, your King, will save you & you will see Him and His kingdom! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)Isaiah_33.mp3...

Eyes on Jesus! (Isaiah 31:1-32:20)

The children of Judah where turning to Egypt – precisely when they should have been turning to God’s savior king. He would supply redemption and refreshment and establish a truly peaceful habitation. Keep your eyes fixed on Jesus, he is your all in all!...

Powerful Promises (Isaiah 29:15-24)

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)Isaiah_29_15-24.mp3 (download)http://omegaopc.org/wp-content/uploads/sermons/Isaiah_29_15-24.mp3Preacher: Pastor Drew Adcock▼Pastor Drew is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in...

Hero & Villains (Isaiah 29:1-14)

Biblical salvation is through a sacrificial king, not sanctimonious pride! Those in Jerusalem had become villains toward God by their pride in religion without heart and their rejection of God’s revelation, but God promises that they would again become covenant...

Two Crowns (Isaiah 28:1-29)

WARNING: recording is not very good quality! Isaiah presents 4 arguments against Ephraim and Judah that demonstrate they were unwilling to listen to his report or heed his message that only the alien righteousness of God’s precious cornerstone can give our...

The Ideal King (part 2) (Psalm 70:1-5)

VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)Psalm_70-002.mp3 (download)http://omegaopc.org/wp-content/uploads/sermons/Psalm_70-002.mp3Preacher: Pastor Drew Adcock▼Pastor Drew is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He...

The Ideal King (part 1) (Psalm 70:1-5)

In David’s psalm of remembrance he lays out the character of an ideal king – which is perfectly embodied in king Jesus, and by considering His character and accomplishment the people of God are able to declare the greatness of God! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please...

Resurrection Christians (John 20:19-31)

In Christ’s addressing of His disciples after His resurrection, we see 5 realities that prove that: your life revolves around His resurrection! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 3.0/5 (1 vote cast)John_20_19-31.mp3...

The Unknown Triumph (Luke 19:28-44)

the contrasts of Luke’s passage as Christ enters Jerusalem shows our only hope is that the lord go before and do for us all our works. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote cast)Luke_19_28-44.mp3...

Song of the Vineyard (Isaiah 27:1-13)

The beautiful finish of Isaiah’s judgment oracles unfolds the glory of God in His world-wide mission which he accomplishes through His special care of His vineyard people. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote cast)Isaiah_27_1-13.mp3...

Judah’s Song of Resurrection (Isaiah 26:1-21)

The perfect peace that God offers is given in the context of turbulent and wicked world – but through it God makes our path level and resurrects our dead works. VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 4.0/5 (1 vote cast)Isaiah_26_1-21-002.mp3...

Judah’s Song of Peace (Isaiah 26:1-6)

is a great place to see the continuity of the Bible and its one way of salvation. O how we need to take refuge in the strong city of salvation! Only in it is there true safety; real peace. As the song says, ‘stayed upon Jehovah, hearts are fully blest, finding...

Mountain Song Harmony Part I (Isaiah 24:21-25:12)

Justice and Mercy – Grace and truth (Like ) here they meet together and kiss, and really for our praises of God to be complete they must be kept together. They are like a two part musical harmony underlining that: we have the best praise when justice & mercy...

Exclusive Dependence Part 1 (Isaiah 22:1-25)

‘Trusting in the flesh’ comes to tragic ends, and if Hezekiah’s Tunnel and Eliamkim’s good leadership in the end are no better than Shebna’s foolish pride, then what hope is offered? Surely it must be resurrection hope! VN:F...

Exclusive Dependence Part 2 (Isaiah 22:1-25)

Part II of Exclusive Dependence: ‘Trusting in the flesh’ comes to tragic ends, and if Hezekiah’s Tunnel and Eliamkim’s good leadership in the end are no better than Shebna’s foolish pride, then what hope is offered? Surely it must be...

Ain’t No Sunshine (Isaiah 21:1-17)

Common Grace will not always be around. After its gone, there ain’t no sunshine! – just gut wrenching nausea for the stern justice of God. That is why saving grace is our great need, not common grace! VN:F [1.9.22_1171]please wait...Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes...