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Isaiah, Part 1 #56: Blessed Are Those Who Long for Him

Monday, June 17, 2013 Series: Isaiah, Part 1: Judgment-But Hope Reference: Isaiah 30-32
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Stress is just a fact of life! But you can still live in peace and confidence when Jesus Christ is your Lord. Kay Arthur shows you how to grab that peace, as she continues a series in Isaiah titled, Judgment-But Hope.

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It was late. She was in bed, reading, and waiting for him to come home. When he walked into the room she looked up and smiled. She opened her mouth to say something, but he walked past her without a word.

Journey of Faith Through the Life of Christ: The Carpenter’s Son, Part 2

Beloved, family was on God’s heart from the beginning. When He sent His son to earth, he intentionally put Him in a family. Although He was the Son of God, God saw to it that His Son was raised with a mother, father, and siblings in an ordinary family. 

Journey of Faith Through the Life of Christ: The Carpenter’s Son

I’ll never forget his face—the gravity of words haltingly spoken from one so young. He was just a child, yet shouldering the blame of being unaccepted, unwanted, rejected by both his birth parents and numerous foster parents who kept sending him back. “It was my fault they didn’t want me. I guess I just didn’t know how to be good.” 

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