Sunday Oct 23, 2022
Alex Kremer 10-16-2022 // Woe is Me! Isaiah 6:1-8
"In the year of King Uzziah's death..." King Uzziah strengthened the nation both politically and religiously, seeking after the Lord God. King Uzziah reigned for 52 years in Jerusalem, so when he died, this time of relative peace and stability came to a crashing stop. What would become of the nation? Uncertainty gripped the nation as well as God's prophet, Isaiah.
In the midst of this uncertain time, Isaiah goes to the temple in Jerusalem, where he is given a vision of the Lord on His throne with the train of His robe filling the temple. It is a magnificent vision to behold with seraphim calling out to one another, "Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord of hosts."
But then a thought grips this prophet. This prophet whom God called to pronounce judgments, woes, upon the nations and the religious leaders for their rebellious hearts, how stood before a Holy God and he realizes that he is just as deserving of God's judgment as these wicked nations.
Join us for this lesson as we explore man's place before a Holy and Righteous God, and the Lord's reaction to and provision for our sin.
Thank you for listening. May you be richly blessed through the teaching of God's Holy Word.
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