I continue in this sermon to set out some more of the core truths about the nature and character of God. In this sermon, we work through Isaiah 40:12-31. We can easily take the on-going existence of the universe for granted. Here through Isaiah, God impresses on us the truth that it is his constant and determined attention to our world and our lives that preserves and directs our existence.
The Doctrine of God, Pt. 3: The One Who Holds Space and Time
“Now, eternal and immortal life can be found nowhere except in God. It follows, then, that the main care and concern of our life should be to seek God. We should long for him with all the affection of our hearts, and not find rest and peace anywhere except in him alone.” John Calvin
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