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The four-fold vision the Prophet Isaiah had "in the year that King Uzziah died".
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:13
Shared: 4/7/2002
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Sermon #2 in the Jesus in Isaiah series focuses on Godís call to Isaiah to commission him for ministry. There are four things Isaiah did which the text In Isaiah 6 reveals to us: 1.COMPREHEND WHO GOD IS, ISAIAH 6: 1-3 2.CONFESS WHO YOU ARE, ISAIAH 6:
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
Shared: 4/18/2006
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In order to pray, worship and serve God effectively, we need to understand who he is. This begins with an understanding that he is first of all holy. Only when we get a handle on his holiness can everything else fall into place.
Series: Prayer
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:5
Shared: 1/8/2006
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Our Awesome God is Holy. He is distinct in His greatness and goodness.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
Shared: 1/24/2011
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One of the images of God from the Old Testament is that of a powerful and intimidating deity who stands in judgment. How can that square with the God of love and compassion we see in the New Testament.
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:7
Shared: 7/16/2006
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When God Makes An Appearance 1) We say, "WOE!" 2) But He says, "NO!" 3) Then He says, "GO!" Godís unconditional love moves us to unconditional service (Sermon theme adapted from sermon theme by Professor James Tiefel of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Me
Denomination: Lutheran
Shared: 6/13/2006
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"A High View of God" is an exposition of Isaiah 6:1-8, which records Isaiah's life-changing vision of God in the temple and subsequent call to prophetic ministry. The point of this sermon is that your view of God is everything! Isaiah's vision teaches thr
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
Shared: 12/27/2011
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A new look at Isaiah 6:1-8, new outline and new illustrations.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
Shared: 12/14/2009
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An in depth examination of the call of Isaiah, with both an attempt to uncover buried meanings in the text and also to connect it with our lives today.
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:8
Shared: 1/18/2007
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Why in the world do we come to worship, when there are movies to watch, games to go to, and web pages to surf?
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:9
Shared: 2/22/2001
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