Isaiah 6 God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

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A. Isaiah’s Background. 1. Ministry: mid 700’s to 680’s. 2. Lived in Jerusalem (Southern Kingdom). 3. Access to kings; possibly royal family. 4. Sophisticated & eloquent writer . 5. Often called the 5. ID: 633940 Download Presentation

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Isaiah 6

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background

1. Ministry: mid 700’s to 680’s 2. Lived in Jerusalem (Southern Kingdom) 3. Access to kings; possibly royal family 4. Sophisticated & eloquent writer 5. Often called the 5th Gospel

Isaiah 6 Outline

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background

1. Ministry: mid 700’s to 680’s 2. Lived in Jerusalem (Southern Kingdom) 3. Access to kings; possibly royal family 4. Sophisticated & eloquent writer 5. Often called the 5th Gospel

Isaiah 6 Outline

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background

B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) 1. Ch. 1-39 (audience alive): judgment coming 2. Ch. 40-55 (audience exiled): comfort and hope 3. Ch. 56-66 (audience returned): urge obedience Isaiah 6 Outline

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background

B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy . . . earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4) 5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“In the year of King Uzziah’s death I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, lofty and exalted, with the train of His robe filling the temple.”

Isaiah 6:1

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4)

5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“Seraphim stood above Him, each having six wings: with two he covered his face, and with two he covered his feet, and with two he flew.”

Isaiah 6:2

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4)

5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“Are they not all ministering spirits, sent out to render service for the sake of those who will inherit salvation?”

Hebrews 1:14

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“And one called out to another and said, ‘Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord of hosts, The whole earth is full of His glory.’”

Isaiah 6:3

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4)

5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“My thoughts are not your thoughts, and my ways are not your ways. For

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the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts than your thoughts.” Isaiah 55:8-9

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“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God, the Almighty, who was and who is and who is to come.”

Revelation 4:8

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“And one called out to another and said, ‘Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord of hosts, The whole earth is full of His glory.’”

Isaiah 6:3

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“And the foundations of the thresholds trembled at the voice of him who called out, while the temple was filling with smoke.”

Isaiah 6:4

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4)

5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“Then I said, ‘Woe is me, for I am ruined! Because I am a man of unclean lips, And I live among a people of unclean lips; For my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts.’”

Isaiah 6:5

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4)

5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5) 6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline

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“Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a burning coal in his hand, which he had taken from the altar with tongs. He touched my mouth with it and said, ‘Behold, this has touched your lips; and your iniquity is taken away and your sin is forgiven.’”

Isaiah 6:6-7

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God’s holiness demands that we submit to Him. (Isaiah 6:1-7)

A. Isaiah’s Background B. Isaiah divides book into three parts (one author) C. Isaiah’s vision of heaven (6:1-7) 1. Political and spiritual power united (6:1) 2. Earthly words describing heavenly scene (6:2) 3. “Holy, Holy, Holy. . .earth full of His glory” (6:3) 4. Lord overwhelming: Smoke and quaking (6:4) 5. Slightest sin magnified (6:5)

6. Represents forgiveness of sin (6:6-7)

Isaiah 6 Outline


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