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October 18, 2020 Worship
"Time Travel" (Isaiah 42:1-9) - Text File - Video
Greetings from Sixth Street Christian Church! On Sunday, we explored Isaiah’s prophecy about God’s servant who would “not grow faint or be crushed until he has established justice in the earth.” It’s 2,500 years later, and we are still waiting. Perhaps God’s servant has been many people through history. God’s words through Isaiah may have been referring the prophet himself who spent his life calling the people of Israel to fulfill the covenant they had with God. They may have referred to the Israelites who were doing their best to live faithful lives during uncertain times. Jesus interpreted Isaiah’s prophecy as referring to himself, (see Luke 4:16-20). Perhaps we are God’s servant today. Establishing justice may seem impossible, especially if you only see the work that lies ahead and not what makes it possible. Establishing justice must not be seen as a responsibility hanging over our heads; our ability to do it is a result of being upheld and chosen by God. We can bring hope to others and embody God’s promise of salvation because God delights in us and fills us with God’s spirit. To live as God’s servant today, we must rely on what God has given us.
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