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Worship: Part II (Isaiah 6)

One of the greatest examples of worship inside of the Scriptures is Isaiah 6. It’s not the prophet himself that does the worshipping (at least it’s not recorded that Isaiah worshipped God in the moment of the revelation), rather, it is the… 808 more words

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Bible Daily Devotional - Isaiah 6 - Hearing but not listening

Hearing but not listening: Isaiah 6

By Dr Bob Dellinger


Today’s reading: Isaiah 5-8.

“You’re not listening to me!” How many of us heard that from our mother growing up? 548 more words


The Absolute Best Worship Style

Almost everyone has an opinion about worship style. Interestingly enough, most people do not refer to (or even care about) biblical worship, but comment more about music style, sermon methodology, tradition (or the absence thereof), and permissible clergy (and laity) clothing. 161 more words

John J Frady

July 3 Isaiah 6,7; 2 Chronicles 26,27; Philemon

These are a few of our SOAP notes from today’s reading. We encourage you to read and journal on your own first, then join us in conversation about what God revealed to YOU today. 1,478 more words

Do the Parables Reveal or Conceal?

Last week I taught a seminar on the parables, giving some basic thoughts about what they are and how to interpret them. One of the questions that the parables raise (which I included in the talk, but didn’t feel I answered as clearly as I could have done!) is whether they are designed to… 1,398 more words


How to Respond

(Sorry this is one is so late! This is the meditation from Confirmation Sunday, God bless, Josh, Adam and Grace!)

Have you ever looked at the ocean and realized how small you were, standing there on the beach watching the churning surf and the blue-grey water surge upon you? 1,288 more words

Trinity Sunday message

This was our message on Trinity Sunday. The scriptures used were: Romans 8:12-17, John 3:1-17 and Isaiah 6:1-8. The title was “How are we sent?” The message was really hit with the idea that we are to love each other as Jesus loves us. 2,134 more words

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