Advent Lessons This is a list of the Advent lessons based on Isaiah 9:6 1 Wonderful Counselor Isaiah 9:6, James 1:5 2 Mighty God Isaiah 9:6, Col 1:15–16 3 Everlasting Father Isaiah 9:6, Gal 4:4–7 4 Prince of Peace Isaiah 9:6, Luke 2:12–14 “For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the governmentContinue reading “Isaiah 9 Advent Series”
Isaiah says that the coming Messiah would be the Prince of Peace! God gave his son as a peace offering. God gave us his son as a gift that we should receive by faith. Wherever Jesus rules, he brings perfect peace!
Isaiah describes the Messiah as Everlasting Father! A good father loves and provides for his family. Jesus came to show us our Heavenly Father so that we can be children of God and experience love that will never ever run out.
Isaiah describes the Messiah as Mighty God! It means that, even though Jesus made himself weak, nothing and nobody is stronger than him. He created us and we can trust him to be our strength and to give us abundant life!
Spending regular time together in the Word provides opportunity for families to connect with one another and to grow in their faith. A daily devotion doesn’t need to be elaborate or complicated, but making it a daily discipline allows you to craft it over time and adapt it as your kids mature.
Jesus is our Wonderful Counselor! It means that we can know him personally and not just know about him, so we can trust him to listen to our problems and guide us in the right direction. We know that Jesus is listening because the Bible tells us to pray to him about things that worry us.