25
Dec
2013

Ray Ortlund’s Isaiah Sermon Series

Isaiah Ortlund

From 2002 to 2004, Dr. Ray Ortlund preached a sermon series on the book of Isaiah at First Presbyterian Church in Augusta, GA. I was only there to hear one of those sermons during that time. I distinctly remember thinking two things while I listened to Ray preach “God’s Way to Revival” on Isaiah 43:22-44:23. First, I thought about how difficult it must be to preach through the entire book of Isaiah; and, second, I thought about what a great job Ray did in his exposition of the text he was preaching that morning. There is a simplicity, depth and Gospel-centrality to Ray’s sermons in that series that later formed the basis of his outstanding commentary, Isaiah: God Saves SinnersYou can listen to Ray’s sermons from the Isaiah series* below:

Introduction to Isaiah (Isaiah 1:1)

Our Urgent Need: A New Self-Awareness 1 (Isaiah 1:2-9)

Our Urgent Need: A New Self-Awareness 2 (Isaiah 1:10-20)

Our Urgent Need: A New Self-Awareness 3 (Isaiah 1:21-31)

Transforming Power of Hope and Humility (Isaiah 2:1-21)

The Enriching Power of Loss and Gain (Isaiah 3:1-4:6)

Receiving the Grace of God in Vain (Isaiah 5:1-30)

The Prayer God Will Never Refuse (Isaiah 6:1-8)

The Triumph of Grace Over Our Failure: Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1-13)

The Triumph of Grace Over Our Failure: Judah 1 (Isaiah 7:1-8:8)

The Triumph of Grace Over Our Failure: Judah 2 (Isaiah 8:9-9:7)

The Triumph of Grace Over Our Failure: Israel I (Isaiah 9:8-10:15)

The Triumph of Grace Over Our Failure: Israel II (Isaiah 10:16-11:16)

What the Bible is All About? (Isaiah 11)

Our Response to the Triumph of Grace (Isaiah 12:1-6)

he Supremacy of God Over the Nations 1 (Isaiah 13:1-20:6)

The Supremacy of God Over the Nations 2 (Isaiah 21:1-23:18)

The The Supremacy of God Over the Nations 3 (Isaiah 25:1-12)

Our One Security: God’s Sure Foundation (Isaiah 28:1-29)

God’s Power on God’s Terms (Isaiah 29:)

The Counterintuitive Ways of God (Isaiah 30:1-33)

Our Only True Hope (Isaiah 31-32)

Finding God in Failure (Isaiah 33:1-24)

The Two Final Outcomes (Isaiah 34-35)

In Whom Do You Now Trust? (Isaiah 36:1-37:7)

That All the Kingdoms of the Earth May Know (Isaiah 38:8-38)

God’s Glory, Our Comfort (Isaiah 40:1-11)

God’s Uniqueness, Our Assurance (Isaiah 40:12-26)

God’s Greatness, Our Renewal (Isaiah 40:27-31)

The Reality of God in an Unreal World (Isaiah 41:1-20)

A Delusion, a Servant, a New Song (Isaiah 41:21-42:17)

God’s Way to Reformation (Isaiah 42:18-43:21)

God’s Way to Revival (Isaiah 43:22-44:23)

Water For Dry Ground (Isaiah 44:1-5)

God’s Surprising Strategies (Isaiah 44:24-45:25)

Gods That Fail and the Collapse of Their Cultures (Isaiah 46:1-47:15)

God’s Commitment to God Is His Assurance to Us (Isaiah 48:1-22)

Guilt, Substitution, Grace (Isaiah 52:13-53:12)

Everyone Needs a Substitute (Isaiah 53:4-6)

Reviving the Heart of the Contrite (Isaiah 57:14-15)

Outpouring (Isaiah 57:14-15)

Revival and Responsibility (Isaiah 58:5-9)

Delight Yourself in the Lord of Worship (Isaiah 58:13-14)

Revival and World Renewal (Isaiah 59:21-60:7)

Entering (Isaiah 60)

Revival, Preaching and Prayer (Isaiah 61:1-62:7)

Revival and the Wrath of the Lamb (Isaiah 62:10-63:7)

Revival and the Descent of God (Isaiah 64:1-3)

Revival and the Eagerness of God (Isaiah 65:1)

Revival and Worship (Isaiah 66:1-2)

 

*There are a number of messages on chapters of Israel that Ray preached in later years sprinkled in to the list above.

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