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Isaiah 6: Here Am I, Send Me!

Once Isaiah answered God’s call, the Lord revealed to him how hard it would be–it was a prophetic utterance that would be repeated many times by other Hebrew prophets as well as all four Gospel writers, and the Apostle Paul.

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Isaiah 6: A Burning Coal

The seraph touched my mouth with it and said, “Now that this has touched your lips, your guilt has departed and your sin is blotted out.” Isaiah 6:7 (NRSV)

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Styles of Relating

This twenty minute video offers some ideas about styles of relating we turn to, to protect ourselves rather than enter into deep relationship.

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Revelation 1: The Whole Earth?

In the present tense, it makes John’s statement an ongoing event, one which had been fulfilled at the cross and continued at Pentecost. But was John speaking only of the supernatural work of Christ whenever the gospel was told and of the Holy Spirit’s conviction of those who heard it by God’s divine power?

Or was John indicating there would also be a future fulfillment, one more substantial and concrete? A physical return of Christ, coming on the Pillar of Cloud, God’s glorious Shekinah?

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Revelation 1: He Comes in the Clouds

BEHOLD! He comes with the clouds, and every eye will see Him, even they who pierced Him, and they will beat their breasts with grief over Him, all the peoples of the earth. Yes! Amen!

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Risky Teaching

If you are a teacher, both of these books are worth the read–cutting edge, just about literally, both are new to the scene and full of excellent counsel (and practical advice).

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Isaiah 6: Seraphim and Cherubim

Isaiah was left with the lasting impression of God as sacred and set apart, glorious beyond measure, pure beyond imagining, calling God the Holy One of Israel more than any other writer in the Bible.

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