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  • The Favor Of God Series

    Contributed by Billy Ricks on Sep 3, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    God gives us grace to forgive our sins. But how many of us miss out on His favor for daily living because we ignore His promises and principles revealed in the Bible. We need to see God clearly and apply His truths daily.

    Intro: I remember my brother in law Curtis coming up with the best app of all time. There was a bug on the wall and he grabbed his phone and said “I got an app for that,” and proceeded to smash the bug with his phone. With the introduction of the I Phone, I Pad and all the smart phones and more

  • Isaiah's Commission Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on May 17, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    If we keep our focus firmly on God and on bringing glory to him; we will see him move in power; we will tremble at his presence; and we will love his world with a heavy heart beat.

    Sermon by Heather Cetrangolo There are moments in life that make us quake. There are moments that make us tremble on the inside … and sometimes we tremble on the outside. We tremble when we’re nervous, when we’re afraid, when we’re overwhelmed by emotion, and sometimes more

  • M Y Eyes Have Seen The Lord

    Contributed by Gene Phillips on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 29 ratings

    Responibliyies to the aurthority of God I.

    Responibliyies to the aurthority of God I. We need to reconcider His aurthority.v 1 A) His postion. (the throne) B) His supeririorty. (high and lifted up) C) His control. (His train filled) II. We need to reveiw His aurthority. v.1,3,4 A) The need to exaime our hearts.v3. more

  • Why Revival Tarries, Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on May 19, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    Successful Christian living requires vision and passion.

    Why Revival Tarries Series, Part 2 Series based on Leonard Ravenhill’s work Why Revival Tarries May 18, 2011 Introduction A There are two things that are indispensable to successful Christian living: vision & passion. 1 When we become serious about planting the cross of Christ in our more

  • Why Revival Tarries, Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Jul 15, 2011

    Sucessful Christians need both vision and passion.

    Why Revival Tarries Series, Part 2 May 18, 2011 Introduction A There are two things that are indispensable to successful Christian living: vision & passion. 1 When we become serious about planting the cross of Christ in our lives, we’re going to feel it, know it. a You can’t go more

  • A New Year, New Times?

    Contributed by Doug Brown on Jan 10, 2001
    based on 104 ratings

    Isaiah 6 passage. A look at worship

    A New Year, New Times? This passage of scripture brings us into the high command center of God himself. Here Isaiah sees the Operation center of the Universe! Here He is reminded of God’s sovereignty, his awesomeness, His authority. Here he is reminded God answers to no one, on the contrary, more

  • The Need For An Awakening - #2 Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Jun 5, 2013

    This series of messages was part of the preparation for our SAW (Spiritual Awakening Weekend). May it be used by others.

    The Need for an Awakening Aiming At an Awakening - #2 of 12 Jerry Watts Isaiah 6:1-9 * There is a story about Billy Graham when he was young in the ministry. He was in this unfamiliar city and was going to preach. He was there that day and wanted to mail a letter but he couldn't find the Post more

  • Our Understanding Impacts Our Obedience Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Jun 8, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Study of the book of Isaiah, Chapter 6. This concludes Chapter 6 with a look at God's direction for Isaiah to be faithful, even though the people he is preaching to may not listen. This same application is relevant to us today, and we must grasp it!

    Our Understanding Impacts Our Obedience Isaiah 6:9-13 Introduction - This morning we discussed Isaiah’s call to follow the Lord and his willingness to not only hear God’s voice … but to act upon it – we must have this same desire - We saw the Seraphs in Heaven whose more

  • An Encounter With The King Series

    Contributed by Sterling Franklin on Jun 22, 2010
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    Isaiah encounters the King of Kings, Jesus, and in this Christophany, we see some amazing things from his commissioning. May we be obedient when He calls!

    New Hope Christian Fellowship Wednesday Night Service Given on February 13, 2008 "An Encounter with the King" Isaiah 6:1-13 Sterling C. Franklin Handout: When God commissions us, these things often follow: (1) An encounter with God (1-4 -> 5) a. We see our own inadequacy (cf. John more

  • Isaiah Series

    Contributed by Ricky Nelms on Jul 29, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    This is the final message from the series "Close Encounters". This is also a good message for a World Missions emphasis. The outline is 1-Isaiah's Upward Look, 2-)Isaiah's Inward Look, and 3-)Isaiah's Outward Look.

    CLOSE ENCOUNTERS SERIES 16 – THE PROPHET ISAIAH This morning, we’re continuing with our sermon series, entitled CLOSE ENCOUNTERS and we’ve been talking about the lives of some of the greatest in the Word of God and seeing how they have had CLOSE ENCOUNTERS And it’s more

  • Before God's Throne Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jun 1, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Isaiah receives a vision of the sacred Temple and blazing holiness of God and is forever changed and fully equipped to stand his ground.

    The year Israel’s king died, Isaiah received a vision of the undying King of kings. Uzziah had reigned for 52 years, and his rule brought prosperity and national security. Uzziah’s death spelled the end of an era; his death weakened the nation, but the greatest King remained seated more

  • Some Things Isaiah Seen

    Contributed by Jerry Stepp on Jun 4, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Once we have a clear look at who God is, and in His rightful place it causes you and I to take a deeper look at who we are and what we end up seeing

    Some Things Isaiah Seen Isaiah 6:1-9 A thanks goes to Pastor Steve Holdren of Victory Missionary Baptist Church for this thought. 1. Himself….“Woe is me” Vs.5 2. The King….“He is dead” Vs.1 3. The King of Kings ….“He is alive” Vs.2 4. The People ….“Unclean” Vs.5 5. The more

  • The Unsuccessful Servant

    Contributed by Mark Barnes on Jun 2, 2001
    based on 46 ratings

    Isaiah’s call - are we willing to respond in the way that he did?

    Introduction ============ Before we look at these verses, let me fill you in on some of the background to the book of Isaiah. The year that King Uzziah died (verse 1) is about 750 years before the birth of Christ. You may know that the nation of the Jews is split into two Kingdoms. The northern more

  • Why In The World Did You Come To Worship Today?

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Feb 22, 2001
    based on 764 ratings

    Why in the world do we come to worship, when there are movies to watch, games to go to, and web pages to surf?

    In a television program I watch, there is an episode in which the minister stood up before the congregation. It was a vast sanctuary -- but it was almost empty. The minister looked out upon all of the empty seats and surveyed the 4 lonely people in the congregation -- one young more

  • Beyond The Veil

    Contributed by Tim Diack on Jun 13, 2011

    Isaiah is given a vision of God's glory. But what he sees in his vision fills him with terror and despair. Fearing for his life he cries out, "Woe is me! I am ruined!" Yet God is not done with him and Isaiah experiences first hand the mercy of God. H

    Beyond the Veil - Isaiah 6 - June 12, 2011 If we were to stand in Jerusalem this morning one of the structures that would certainly draw our attention would be the Islamic mosque known as The Dome of the Rock. It stands in the old city, upon the Temple Mount, and with it’s golden dome more