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  • Outward -Vs- Inward

    Contributed by Bryan Lassiter on Jan 22, 2021
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    A relationship with God through Jesus Christ leads us to become outward focused people ...and churches.

    Outward -vs- inward Isaiah 6:1-10 I think it is important …for us to look at the majestic word pictures the prophet Isaiah gives us in his writing. I think it is necessary for us to be reminded from time to time that we worship the God …who is high and lifted up. …the God who is Holy Holy Holy! more

  • A New Vision Of God In Turbulent Times

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Jan 7, 2021

    How do you see God? Your perception of God determines your response to God. Like Isaiah, we needs a new vision of God during these turbulent times..

    A New Vision of God" Text: Isaiah 6:1-13 Introduction: The clear vision which Isaiah beheld of the temple is contrast with the Lord declaring that blindness had come upon the Jewish nation, and proclaiming the destruction which would follow. Israel has enjoyed many years of prosperity and more

  • Dangerous Prayers: Send Me! Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Dec 27, 2020

    Isaiah experienced the presence of God, which led to an awareness of his sin, so he cried for mercy and received amazing grace. There was only only logical response - Here am I. Send me. [Based on Craig Groeschel's book, "Dangerous Prayers"]

    Dangerous Prayers: Send me! Isaiah 6:1-6 Pastor Jefferson M. Williams Chenoa Baptist Church 12-27-2020 In My Mind I’m Going to Carolina In the winter of 1990, I became involved in a college outreach at the University of Memphis. I was tired of the party life and was searching for a purpose for more

  • Our God Is Majesty! Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Dec 9, 2020

    Our God is personal and loving, but we should see HIM in His Highest Majesty. He is in royalty and greatness, in all of His beauty and glory.

    The word 'majesty' is often misundrstood as well as under-rated in the Bible. It is used in the Bible 44 times referring to God's nature. Isaiah the prophet was in the temple and said these words, "The Lord sitting on the throne, high and lifted up , and His train filled the more

  • Encountering A Holy God

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Nov 11, 2020
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    “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory.” When we encounter the holiness of God our lives are transformed.

    Encountering The Holiness of God Isaiah 6:1-8 Introduction “Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory.” When we encounter the holiness of God our lives are transformed. King Uzziah died in 740 B.C. after 50 years, the end of an age. This good king would be more

  • Shift, Part 5: Shift Your Paradigm Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Nov 4, 2020

    When you see God as He really is, it helps you deal with the way the world really is.

    Note: I am indebted to Sermon Central contributor David Ward for much of this sermon. I made some modifications to fit better with the SHIFT series, and to talk about our current crises with the Covid19 pandemic, but otherwise this is David’s work, and I am very thankful for it. Good morning! more

  • A Fresh Encounter With God

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Oct 11, 2020
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    Today's message is about God's call to revival and our need as believers to have a new and fresh encounter with God, where we look at the vision of Isaiah, and Jesus's letter to the church in Ephesus. In our study we look at our need to return to our first love relationship and repent.

  • Jehovah Sabaoth Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Sep 13, 2020

    When God wanted to bring us eternal salvation, Jehovah Sabaoth gave His best - Jesus. He is the one who paid for our sins, who conquered death. Only Jesus ... Jehovah Sabaoth ... The Lord of Hosts ... alone has the power and the authority to do that.

  • What I Really Need Is God

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Aug 13, 2020

    Come let us reason together. The Lord is still wanting to speak to his people and direct our lives.

  • Are You Confident To Serve?

    Contributed by Laura Martin on Jul 7, 2020

    Luke 5:1-11 and Isaiah 6:1-8. What is the starting point for Christian service?

  • Poor In Spirit Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jul 6, 2020

    Pray that we would understand our place in God’s order and obediently take our place. Pray for humility to understand our sinfulness and what Jesus has done for us. Pray that we stay in step with the Holy Spirit and ask the Holy Spirit to mold our hearts to understand who we are.

    BEATITUDES SERIES: POOR IN SPIRIT MATTHEW 5:3 #Beatitudes WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE TO BE “POOR IN SPIRIT?” EXAMPLE IN ISAIAH 6 READ Isaiah 6:1-5 “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord seated on a throne, high and exalted, and the train of His robe filled the temple. 2 Above Him were more

  • Seeing God

    Contributed by David Ward on Jun 24, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    What happens when we see God for who He really is?

  • Prayers Secret.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Apr 29, 2020

    Believer's should commune with God. “Prayers secret, fervent, believing prayer—lies at the root of all personal godliness." William Carey

    Prayers Secret. Luke 11:1-4NIV “Prayer—secret, fervent, believing prayer—lies at the root of all personal godliness." William Carey “Prayer is the breath of the new creature." Richard Baxter AB Simpson once said, Prayer is the link that connects us with God. It is the bridge that more

  • The Solemnity Of The Most Holy Trinity

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 20, 2020

    The true benchmark and model of true holiness is by recognizing the relationship of the Three Persons of the Most Holy Trinity.

    Michael A. Harbin remembered that “one night during my time at the Naval Academy, the brigade was lined up for evening formation at the end of the weekend. All of the midshipmen were dressed in white uniforms freshly washed and pressed at the academy laundry. They were an impressive sight as they more

  • Commissioned

    Contributed by Chris Swanson on Apr 10, 2020

    Isaiah's perspective on God in the initial four verse gives us a feeling of God's significance, power, and mystery. Isaiah's case of perceiving his sin before God urges us to admit our own wrongdoings.

    The image of absolution, that Isaiah gives, advises us that we are pardoned as well. At the point when we perceive how incredible God is, how guilty we are, and the degree of His absolution, we get the strength to accomplish His work. How does our idea of the significance of God match more