We all want to be loved. We all long to be loved. And yet we are often too easily satisfied with love we find in this world. But there is a better love, a greater love. A love that will fill us, a love that will not disappoint us, and therefore is like no other love. And that is the love of God in Jesus Christ. God's love for his people. God's love for you. And that love is seen and described in the love story of the Song of Solomon. Pastor Ricky Jones from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Tulsa, OK shares that love from the Song of Solomon with us in his message at the PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) North Texas Presbytery meeting which was hosted by OURUF.
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This was campus minister Doug Serven's last RUF as campus minister. We're not done podcast though, there are still senior talks, and RUF 10 Year Extravaganza, and RUF Summer Conference podcasts coming, and campus minister Justin Westmoreland will begin bringing the Word to you starting next year.
In this final message, Doug takes us through the end of the book Isaiah, showing that there is one coming, that will bring healing, that will bring reconciliation, that will bring forgiveness. One who will pay our debt. Restoration is coming. And that one is Jesus Christ. Join us campus minister Doug Serven delivers his last message from Isaiah to the Reformed University Fellowship at the University of Oklahoma.