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The past few Sundays we have been exploring the wealth that is Isaiah chapter 6 and Isaiah’s vision of the throne-room of God. This Sunday, we will examine the solution to the sin of Isaiah. Athanasius, the church father, put the situation this way:
“As, then, the creatures whom He had created reasonable, like the Word, were in fact perishing, and such noble works, were on the road to ruin, what then was God, being Good, to do? Was he to let corruption and death have their way with them?”
The problem of sin and uncleanness is monumental, and requires the intervention of a Good God. Get ready to examine the atoning work of God for his people this Sunday.
Sermon Text: Isaiah 6:6-7
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