Come All You Unfaithful

Morning Service
Dec 18, 2022

In Isaiah 55, sinners are invited to draw near to God because the “suffering servant” has paved the way. The invitation is universal, free—and urgent! Because of the person and saving work of Jesus, all who repent of their sins can come before our holy God for forgiveness, salvation and ongoing grace. It’s an invitation guaranteed by the character and promises of an unchanging, merciful God who lacks nothing and is willing and able to save. Will you come?

Topics: Assurance of Salvation, Character of God, Faithfulness of God, Grace of God, Jesus Christ, Trusting God

Isaiah 55:1-13


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