Who Learns From and Obeys the Lord (Isaiah 50:4-11)

Nate Praytor, May 12, 2019
Part of the The Unique Glory of Jesus As the Servant of the Lord series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

This week's message was the third in a series of four messages on the servant songs of Isaiah. This week's passage from Isaiah 50:4-11 focused on the servant's listening and obeying God. We considered how all Christians get weary, but can find strength from this unique servant of the Lord who is both our substitute and our example. In fact, because he was our substitute he can be our example.

Scripture Readings:
Psalm 22:1-5
John 5:19-25

Tags: Death of Christ, Forsaken, Isaiah, Listen, Mother's Day, Obedience, Obey, Perseverance, Prophets, Psalm 22, Romans 8, Servant, Servant of the Lord, Strength, Substitution, Suffering of Christ, Sustain, Weariness, Weary

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