PART 1: Isaiah prophesied that God would pour out His Spirit like water poured over thirsty ground. This prophecy was fulfilled when Christ showed up to offer salvation to the whole world.
PART 2: Many believe that Jesus was simply a good teacher, but the prophet Isaiah would beg to differ. Jesus is the very incarnation of God who was anticipated throughout all of the Old Testament.
PART 3: There are many names for the Messiah found in the Old Testament. Isaiah often referred to the coming Christ as “The Arm of the Lord.” Find out the significance of this divine title on today’s program.
Christmas Special, Pt 1: God is everywhere. He fills the entire universe. But on the very first Christmas, our omnipresent God took on the person of a finite human being. Why?
Christmas Special, Pt 2: On this Christmas Day, Charles Morris finishes his answer to the question he asked yesterday on why God became veiled in flesh on that first Christmas in the person of Jesus Christ.
Four Words for Christmas
We all need good news this Christmas—and there’s no better good news than the promise of God sending his Son, Jesus, to us. Thousands of years ago, God made a promise to send a Savior to the world ...Learn More
The Forgotten "Spirit" of Christmas
On today's episode, Charles Morris talks about someone who was a significant part of the first Christmas, but who often goes overlooked—the Holy Spirit. The arrival of Jesus is the “main event,” ...Learn More