"The grass withers, the flower fades,
but the word of our God will stand forever."
This Saturday we will exploring Isaiah Chapter 6
This Saturday we will exploring Isaiah chapter 6 and Chris Decker will be leading us. Isaiah’s life was changed when he came into the presence of the King of Kings. He was at first convicted of his sin and then confessed it and was then cleansed of his sin. God did that to consecrate him for service, and Isaiah agreed to be his servant and accept his commission. Have you been convicted, cleansed and consecrated? Have you decided to follow Jesus no matter what? When you have known the king of kings as your only Lord it becomes much easier to share with those who only think they are kings. Sometimes it does a Christian good to simply reflect upon who God is and not just upon what He can do for you. You may just find yourself in a state of holy worship.
Suggested Bible Memorization Verse: 6:5 "Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”
1. What keeps you from depending on God the way you think he really wants you to depend on him?
2. When we think of another person, we usually get some kind of image or vision in our mind of that person. Talk about what kind of vision you get in your mind when you think about God?
3. How can you tell when the voice inside your head telling you to do something is God speaking versus when it is just you speaking to yourself?
4. Talk about a time when God called you to do something very easy, that you were very comfortable doing. Or, talk about a time when the call was just the opposite.