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Ezekiel’s Vision (Ezekiel 1-3)
Have you ever noticed how many times it is that before God sends a messenger, He first impresses the messenger with a glimpse of His glory? Here are some examples: (1) Moses (Exodus 3); (2) Isaiah (Isaiah 6); (3) Ezekiel … Continue reading
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Isaiah’s Vision (Isaiah 6)
When one get a glimpse of the glory of God, it can change his life. It may change how one views himself. It may change how one views others. It did for Isaiah. Look Up Isaiah had a vision of … Continue reading
Posted in evangelism, God, Godhead, Humility, Jesus, Preachers, pride, prophets, Sin, Textual study Tagged 2 Chronicles 26, altar of burnt offering, altar of incense, BDBG, damah, david brown, duty, evangelism, forgivness od sin, gospel advocate, gospel advocate annual lesson 1957, here am I send me, holy holy holy, houston college of bible, humility, I Am, I am undone, Isaiah 6, Isaiah 6:1-4, Isaiah 6:5, Isaiah 6:6-7, Isaiah 6:8-9, Isaiah's commission, Isaiah's vision, Jesus and Isaiah's vision, Jesus divine language, Jesus is the I am, Jesus the first and last, Jesus the heart searcher, John 12:37-43, keil delitzsch, leprosy, lester kamp, look in and around, look out, look up, Luke 5:8, name Isaiah, peter reaction to Jesus, preincarnate Christ, preincarnate Jesus, preincarnate word, pride, seeing God, seraph, seraphim, the first and the last, the glory of God, the heart searcher, the Lord high and lifted up, unclean lips, Uzziah, woe, woe is me Leave a comment
This Is Our Watch
1 Corinthians 16:13-14, “Watch, stand fast in the faith, be brave, be strong. Let all that you do be done with love.” This is our time on earth. This is our watch. Let us consider the words of 1 Corinthians 16:13-14: 1. “Watch.” Let us, … Continue reading
Posted in be ready, christian growth, Dedication, Faith, Soul Winning, Textual study Tagged 1 Corinthians 16, act like men, be brave, be strong, christian soldier, duty, faith, let all things be done with love, love, not on our watch, quit you like men, stand fast in the faith, watch, watchman Leave a comment
The Whole of Man
“We go to bed late, we get up early, we go to work, we drive home, eat and go to bed, to get up early, to go to work, to come home ad nausea. And as if that were not … Continue reading
Posted in Ecclesiastes, Man, Meaning and Purpose, stewardship, Textual study, Wealth, youth Tagged duty, Eccesiasties, fear, john stossel, meaning, money, purpose, serve God in youth, sherry gagliardi, Solomon, stephen lloyd, wealth, whole, women Leave a comment