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During December, we will be taking a break from the book of Matthew in order to turn our attention more specifically to the birth of Jesus and his return. We will be looking at the Gospel and the saving work of Christ through the lens of Isaiah 6:1-9.
This Sunday, we will delve into understanding the Holiness of God. When the seraphs flew and cried out, “Holy, holy holy is the Lord of hosts” what did they mean? Get ready to explore what it means for God to be set apart.
Sermon Text: Isaiah 6:1-3
Liturgy for Corporate Worship:
Holy, Holy, Holy (God With Us) – Matt Maher
O Come, O Come Emmanuel – Robbie Seay
Come Behold The Wondrous Mystery – Matt Boswell
Hallelujah! Christ Is Coming! – Liturgical Folk