Advent Sermons 2013 – The Book of Isaiah




Pastors who use the Lectionary will study the following passages in December:


December 15, 2013: Third Sunday of Advent
Isaiah 35:1-10

December 22, 2013: Fourth Sunday of Advent
Isaiah 7:10-16

I have written an article that provides exegetical information on these two Advent passages:

“A Desert Highway (Isaiah 35:1-10)”

“The Child Immanuel (Isaiah 7:10-16)”

My article, “What Are We Waiting For” was published in a book, Advent Ethics, published by the Center for Christian Ethics at Baylor University in 2010. My article also includes studies on two other Advent passages: “The Mountain of the Lord’s House (Isaiah 2:1-15)” and “The Peaceful Kingdom (Isaiah 11:1-10).”

If you are interested in reading Advent Ethics you can download the book directly from Baylor here. You also can read my article online or download the article in a PDF format by clicking here.

Pastors who are also interested in a study on Isaiah 9:1-7 can also read my post, “From Text to Sermon: Isaiah 9:1-7.”

Have a blessed Advent season.

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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