7 Must Have Truths from Isaiah To Share With Your Friends

Greg Taylor has been studying Isaiah for twenty years, and here are seven truths and seven audio sermons from the famous prophet you can share with friends today.


THOSE WHO TRUST IN THE LORD (Isaiah 40)

I'm preaching high points in Isaiah this summer, and Isaiah 40 is one of the highest! You'll find in this sermon one way churches must set a record, set a plumb line of trusting God against the spirit of the age, as the prophets did in their crooked times.


Plumb Line (Isaiah 28)

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor uncovers the ancient origins of the plumb line.

Lip Service

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor uncovers the ancient origins of the phrase, “give lip service.”

Why does Greg Taylor read Isaiah 25 at funerals?

Greg Taylor reads Isaiah 25 at funerals. Learn more about this text in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.

Did Isaiah Strip to His Underwear to Preach?

In today’s Journey Bible Project Blog, Greg Taylor “uncovers” a mystery about Isaiah preaching in his skivvies.

God Bless All Nations

Is it better to say “God bless America” or “God bless all nations”? Greg Taylor discusses this after reading a very important text in Isaiah 19 about how God feels about nations other than Israel.

“If you don’t lean on me, I can’t support you!" (Isaiah 7-11)

Listen to Ollisha Warren read from Isaiah 7-11 then listen to Greg Taylor’s sermon about these famous Messianic texts and their historical background.

Isaiah 7-8

Learn the historical background of some of the messianic texts in Isaiah, starting here with Isaiah 7.

Greg Taylor's Sermon "From Woe to Whoa!" (Isaiah 5-6)

Hear Greg Taylor’s recent sermon. Spenser Bolte reads Isaiah 5-6 and Greg preaches from this text in a sermon titled, “From Woe to Whoa!”

Five Keys to Reading Prophecy Contextually

Greg Taylor shares five keys from some of the best scholars of scripture in how to read the Bible contextually.

I looked for justice but found bloodshed

Greg Taylor shares some Hebrew words from Isaiah 5 in today’s Journey Bible Project blog that will make a big difference in how you view the prophecy from now on.

The nations will make their swords into plows

What was the original context for the saying, “nations will beat their swords into plows”? Greg Taylor investigates in today’s Journey Bible Project blog.

Isaiah and Jeff McIlroy

I was mystified by Isaiah, known to be one of the greatest prophecies of all time. That was until I met John T. Willis in 2000 in Kenya. What he did was so amazing, I have to tell you about it in this blog.

Isaiah and The Kings of Judah

I was mystified by Isaiah, known to be one of the greatest prophecies of all time. That was until I met John T. Willis in 2000 in Kenya. What he did was so amazing, I have to tell you about it in this blog.

When were you really converted? (Acts 10-11)

Listen to this 2014 sermon on Acts 10-11 by Greg Taylor as he asks you, “When were you really converted?”

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