Our short lesson arrangement in Isaiah section 6 (Seeing God: A Life-Transforming Vision of God) has a two-overlay reason. The first is for us to go further into the gospel. It has to do with our self-awareness (blessing) and helping other people with an apprenticeship. The second is for us to be prepared to impart the gospel to other people. It has to do with change (how an individual can be saved) and evangelism (how to impart the gospel to other people).
Seeing God is about the gospel. So Paul said of his calling that he was "set apart for the good news of God" (Rom. 1: 1). The gospel is uplifting news from God and about God. What's more, Paul's main goal or aspiration is to lecture the gospel to individual Christians, "I'm anxious to lecture the gospel to you additionally who are in Rome" (Rom. 1:15). For us to be firm in confidence, fill in confidence, we need to hear the gospel again and again. Before we talk about evangelism of unbelievers, we should be anxious to lecture the gospel to ourselves, the "unevangelized domains" in our souls.
This equivalent gospel will fuel our aspiration like Paul to arrive at unbelievers, all countries, with the saving message of Christ—"I make it my desire to lecture the gospel" (Rom 15:20). At that point Paul gave Isaiah 52:15 as the reason for that aspiration, "they will see things that have not been advised them" (ASD). They need to see what christ's identity is and what he did on the cross for an individual to have salvation (2 Cor 4: 4, 6). Also, we see in Isa. 52:15 the nearby association of seeing and hearing. They won't check whether nobody advises them. So we lecture the good news of Christ (2 Cor. 4: 5). That is the instrument that God will use, as the Holy Spirit opens the eyes of the oblivious to see the greatness of God in the gospel.
In any case, before they can see that the gospel is uplifting news, they should have an individual experience with the awful information on the genuine state of man as a result of transgression. All things considered, how is it possible that they would come to know the Savior on the off chance that they didn't see that they required a Savior — that they were wicked, messy, and meriting God's judgment? Before we can see the excellence of what Christ did, we should initially see the spoiled state of the human heart. Furthermore, that is the thing that we found partially 3 of our lesson arrangement when Isaiah said "Poor me!" (Isa. 6: 5).
Also, Isaiah saw himself right since he saw the brilliance of God's heavenliness. We can just see the profundity of our concern with our own transgression if we can see what god's identity is. You will see that you are not legitimate if you see the extraordinary unwaveringness of God. You will see you are messy if you see the unblemished foulness of God. You will see the disdain in your heart if you can see the profundity of God's affection. You will see you are a terrible individual if you see the decency of God.
That is the reason the gospel is "the good news of God" (Rom. 1: 1). He is the Bida, we are the standard enemy of Bida. Yet, the uplifting news of the gospel, we who are against God he accommodated with him, so we can be essential for the awesome Story of God so that for the remainder of our lives we will advise him to the individuals who actually stay hostile to Bida. That is the mission of the prophet Isaiah in Judah. However, before he can convey God's message to individuals, he should initially have an individual encounter, that he should initially encounter God's salvation of him, God's purifying of his contamination.
After he said, "How hopeless I am! I'm demolished, for I am a man of messy lips, and I abide amidst a group of messy lips; for mine eyes have seen the King, the LORD of hosts! " (Isa. 6: 5), he reviewed, he reviewed what had occurred, Then flew towards me one of the seraphim with a lung in his grasp which he had taken with utensils from the special raised area. He applied it to my mouth, and said, "Since it has gone to your lips, your evildoing is removed, and your transgression is pardoned." (vv. 6-7)
Purified by the Blood of Jesus
Who's that? Who else, as a matter of fact, the Lord Jesus Christ! The happening to Christ is the satisfaction of the Lord's New Covenant guarantee: "I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be perfect from every one of your uncleannesses, and from every one of your golden calves I will purge you" (Ezek. 36:25). Jesus came to purge us heathens.
Take for instance what occurred in Luke part 5. At the point when Peter got a brief look at the greatness of the Lord in the marvel he acted in their fishing, as happened to Isaiah, he said to Jesus, "Withdraw from me, Lord. , on the grounds that I am a miscreant "(Luke 5: 8 ASD). Yet, incredibly, the Lord didn't stay away. He came to gravitate toward delinquents and to follow him (vv. 10-11).
The Lord's Supper likewise implies beauty. On our family night one week from now, we will do that. Try not to miss it. Try not to trifle with it. Try not to avoid the Lord's Supper. A Christian individual from a congregation in Pampanga asked me for counsel. His folks chasten him since he gets back home late when there is Lord's Supper. He would not like to be missed. It's significant on the grounds that. I keep thinking about whether we pay attention to that, or become accustomed to it. As you take a gander at the bread and drink, take a gander at the body and blood of Christ that was shed to make you clean before God.
What's more, ordinary, you have in your grasp the most remarkable methods for effortlessness of the Lord. The Word of God in Scripture. You can't see Christ and what he did on the cross on the off chance that you don't open the Bible every day. This week, go along with us in perusing the book of Ezra. However, we won't take a gander at Ezra and what he did. We will take a gander at Christ and what he did as we read that story. Since the Bible — which we sing, implore, read, and tune in to in the proclaiming of the Word, and think about day by day — is a mirror through which we can see the sacredness of God, the messiness that is in our souls, and the salvation that God has fashioned. Christ for us.
Brethren and sisters, as we separate later, as we get back to our particular homes, as we face our day-by-day work or the issues of life once more, consistently ask yourself, "Whom will you look to? Who would it be advisable for you to take a gander at? " You know the appropriate response. You know.