God's Holiness Defines Him and Changes Me.
- God's holiness Defines Him. (Is 6:1-4)
- God's holiness Changes me. (Is 6:5-8)
- Encountering His holiness Breaks me. (Is 6:5)
- When I am broken, I am ready to be Cleansed. (Is 6:6-7)
- When I am cleansed, I am ready to Serve Him. (Is 6:8)
5 Signs That Indicate That You're Not Broken:
- "I'm not that bad."
- "I'm not as bad as..."
- "I intend to stop this sin...sometime."
- "God understands why I have to do this."
- "I'll clean up my act, then I'll come to Jesus."
Sermon Notes (PDF): BLANK
Hint: Highlight blanks above for answers!
Small Group Questions (Whole Group):
Read Isaiah 6:1-8
- Why was it important for Isaiah to see God seated on the throne (Is 6:1)? Does this encourage you in light of our country’s current political scene?
- In your own words, define “holiness”.
- How does seeing God’s holiness affect man (see Is 6:5)? Why is that?
- Upon encountering God’s holiness, Isaiah noticed first he was a “man of unclean lips” and he lived among a “people of unclean lips”. What does that mean, and how can you apply that to yourself and our culture?
- Why did Isaiah need cleansed before he responded to the call to ministry? What does this say about you and I?
- Pray for God to grab each of us afresh with His holiness.