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Summary: America is in need of a great revival There has never been a more serious hour The trouble world, the moral slide, the countdown It is the time for a genuine revival… must start in the churches Isaiah the prophet lived in such a time See cha

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Revival…In such a Time

Isaiah 6:1-8

America is in need of a great revival

There has never been a more serious hour

The trouble world, the moral slide, the countdown

It is the time for a genuine revival… must start in the churches

Isaiah the prophet lived in such a time

See chapter 1: a wayward people

See chapter 5: woes pronounced

See chapter 6: Isaiah revived in such a time

Our needs and Isaiah transforming vision

I. A new Awareness of the Character of God (vv.1-4)

a. In the year that King Uzziah died (v.1)

i. Uzziah, a great and powerful king

ii. When he died, Isaiah saw the Lord

b. Isaiah, now unable to look to Uzziah, looks to God and finds out what God is really like

c. What is God Like?

i. He is all powerful…omnipotent

ii. He is all knowing…omniscient

iii. He is everywhere …omnipresent

iv. He is eternal

d. Isaiah had to learn that He is holy

i. Holy, holy, holy… the trinity

ii. Moses, takes the shoes off your feet…holy ground (Exodus 3:5)

iii. The cross, the supreme example of God’s holiness

iv. God had not changed (rev. 4:8)

II. A new Awakening of Christian Conscience (vv. 5-6)

a. “Then said I…Woe is me!” Contrast to preceding chapter of woes

b. Isaiah saw himself measured by God’s Standard

c. Last days…consciences seared with hot iron (I Tim 4:2)

i. Old fashioned honesty hard to find

ii. Rubber band convictions

d. Hear Isaiah’s confession

i. “I am undone”

ii. “I am a man of unclean lips”

iii. “I live in the midst of a people of unclean lips”

e. Note how specific he is

f. Note also the wonderful, clear message of forgiveness (v. 6)

III. A New concern for the Souls of Men (v. 8)

a. The Lord’s question:..whom shall I send

b. Isaiah’s response, Send me”

c. People will pray almost anything else

d. But revival produces soul winners, people who care

e. Are you will to go wherever the Lord sends or leads?

The Lords question still sounds

What will your answer be?

When your Heart is right. You are ready to serve


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