God Is Our King: Sermons on Isaiah 28-39

Do Not Be Drunk with Wine but Filled with the Spirit (Isaiah 28:1-8)

Give Rest to the Weary (Isaiah 28:9-29)

The Potter and the Clay (Isaiah 29)

How to Be an Obedient Child of God (Isaiah 30:1-17)

Eternity: Infinitely Better or Infinitely Worse? (Isaiah 30:18-33)

Cast Away Your Idols (Isaiah 31)

The Righteous King and His Righteous Subjects (Isaiah 32)

God Is Our King (Isaiah 33)

Edom: A Warning of Eternal Destruction (Isaiah 34)

Hope for Moral Transformation (Isaiah 35)

Trust in the Triune God (Isaiah 36)

The God Who Saves (Isaiah 37)

Pray and Praise (Isaiah 38)

The Greatest Commandments (Isaiah 39)