Monthly Archives: August 2014

The example of angels

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (day seven)  “Above Him were the seraphs. . . With two wings they covered their faces, with two they covered their feet, and with two they were flying.”  When Isaiah saw they Lord, he also … Continue reading

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“The things which are”

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (day six)  In the last book of the Bible, Jesus shows John the Apostle “the things which are, and the things which shall take place”—Revelation 1:19.  It is a revelation, a God-given insight into invisible and eternal … Continue reading

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Opportunities

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (Day Five) What is it about God that compels or “draws” you into worship?  As we read the Re: Verse  passages this week we see several possibilities:  His Holiness, His Purity, His Sovereignty, His … Continue reading

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Great Faith

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (Day Four) This passage in Isaiah has always disturbed me.  A burning coal sounds to me like it would really hurt the lips.  I’m not sure what Isaiah’s thoughts were as the seraphim approached … Continue reading

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Actuality

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (Day Three) “The whole earth is full of his glory.”  In one sense, the worship of God means seeing things as they actually are.  The vision that the prophets in the Old Testament had … Continue reading

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Powerful Worship

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (day two) When confronted with the majesty of worship that surrounded the throne, Isaiah was shaken to his core. The beauty of the scene made him very aware of how small and inadequate he … Continue reading

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A Life-Changing Vision

Re: Verse reading–Isaiah 6:1-8; Revelation 4:1-11 (day one)  “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord seated on the throne, high and exalted.” (Isaiah 6:1)  There was clear time line.  Years later, Isaiah would recall the vision that changed … Continue reading

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The word is near you

Re: Verse reading–Romans 10:8-15; 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 (day seven)  “Was blind but now I see”–John Newton.  I have been blind before.  Right in front of my face.  Didn’t see it. Sometimes for years. Blind to what I had, to my duties, … Continue reading

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If you confess with your mouth

Re: Verse reading–Romans 10:8-15; 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 (day six) “If you confess with your mouth Jesus Christ as Lord. . . you shall be saved.”  (Romans 10:9)  Confess is an interesting word.  In English it sounds guilty, “he confessed to a crime”.  … Continue reading

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Fear of Man

Re: Verse reading – Romans 10:8-15; 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 (day four) It is a simple message…1 Corinthians 15:3-4.  We call it the Easter verse…”that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that … Continue reading

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