Come to God (Isaiah 55:1-13)Pastor Joe Sanders, April 27, 2014
Part of the Isaiah series, preached at a Sunday Morning service
We often think that we bring a lot to the table in our relationships with God, like he got a great deal the day I came into the Kingdom. We spend a lot of time, energy and resources building up a case for ourselves, trying to prove to God or anyone who will listen that we are worthy, that we can bargain for what we want most in life. And we spend a lot of time looking for satisfaction in life, thinking that if we just have that thing or that person or that job, we’ll be happy and satisfied. God made us to be satisfied and he wants us to be satisfied! That’s why he says, “Come to me.” He offers everything we would ever need for satisfaction to us for free and offers it to us in abundance. And he simplifies it for us by saying, “Just come to me."
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