Tuesday Thoughts

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

Who is Isaiah Speaking About?

As we celebrate Christmas this week remember that the baby Jesus came to earth not only to be born but also to die. The prophet Isaiah predicted details about the birth of the Savior as well as his life and death. As you read these verses remember that Christ experienced every suffering and humiliation you and I will ever experience in life. He could live such a life because he had a relationship with his Father… the same relationship you and I now have because of Jesus.

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

Who is Isaiah Speaking About?

As we approach Christmas, it is important to remember eight hundred years before the birth of Jesus the prophet Isaiah spoke about the coming of the Savior. With remarkable clarity and precision details were predicted concerning His coming. As you read these verses remember our God knows the beginning from the end.

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

God is Closer than You Know

We often talk about time being past, present and future. We remember the past, live for today and anticipate tomorrow. We live our lives one day at a time. It is easy to forget what the Prophet Isaiah knew about God, God makes known the end from the beginning, from ancient times, what is still to come. God says, ‘My purpose will stand, and I will do all that I please’ “ (Isaiah 46:10).

Tuesday Thoughts by Princeton Meadow Church, Princeton, NJ

How Close is God?

Some Psalms are to be read while others are to be sung. Psalm 139 has been sung for thousands of years because each verse stands alone as a magnificent anthem to the truth that God is closer to us than we have ever imagined. Not only is the Lord personal he knows you completely. In his comments on Psalm 139, Charles Spurgeon said, “The meaning of the psalm is that the Lord knows us as thoroughly as if he had examined us minutely and had pried into the most secret corners of our being.”

How close is God to you today?