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Isaiah and the Seraph

I shame at mine unworthiness,
yet fain would be at one with Thee:
Thou art a joy in heaviness,
a succour in necessity.
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Poetry

Does Jesus Want Some People Not to be Saved?? A Look at Mark 4:1-12

Here recently my wife and I have been reading through Mark’s Gospel together. As new parents, we wanted to take some time this summer to refocus our hearts on Jesus and reassess how we’re doing as his disciples. 1,383 more words

Bible Study

Just keep swimming...?

LOVING Isaiah!!!  So happy my pastor’s use of this text has directed me back to this most beloved book. I”m seeing things I have NEVER seen before and coming to such a deeper understanding of His heart. 561 more words

Christianity

Isaiah 6 & Revelation 4 - Be transformed into the Body of Christ

“‘Holy, holy, holy

is the Lord God Almighty,’

who was, and is, and is to come.” (Rev 4:8)

Holy, holy, holy is the lord almighty; the whole earth is full of his glory’.

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Old Testament

Praying to the Holy God [30 Days of Prayer]

“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord Almighty; the whole earth is full of his glory.” (Isaiah 6:3)

In prayer we approach the God of the universe face to face. 471 more words

Prayer

Holy, Holy, Holy — Trinity Sunday


Fr.Lawrence Lew | Flickr

The first Sunday after Pentecost is, traditionally, a celebration of the doctrine of the Trinity. This doctrine states that there is only one God, but God is three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 30 more words

Sermon

Trinity Sunday Year B RCL May 27, 2018

Isaiah 6:1-8
Psalm 29
Romans 8:12-17
John 3:1-17

Today we celebrate Trinity Sunday. The doctrine of the Trinity expresses our human experience of God in three persons—God the  Creator, God the Redeemer, and God the Sanctifier. 1,041 more words

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