As we look into God's holiness, we're discover who we are before God. There is a great humility in becoming completely undone upon seeing/knowing the holy God. Such humility is foundational to any right relationship with God. Once God undoes us this way, breaking down our walls of self-reliance and self-righteousness, the Lord can build us up and fill us up. In this series we cover God's gracious illumination of our sin, God's consecration for His service, and God's commission that sends out us as holy vessels for His glory. All three points are centered on one theme - The glorious vision of the Lamb sitting on the throne humbles us down.
Humility Before the Holy God
In light of God’s illumination we each are struck with deep sense of our uncleanness for our own sin, woe for our inability to save ourselves, and a desire to be cleansed by God.
Brother Will gives us the inspiring truth from God's Word.
And I said: “Woe is me!
For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts!”
Lord Here Am I
How can unholy people live with and serve such a holy God? That's our great problem to which Christ gives the ultimate answer. Listen in as we explore the conversion of Saul in Acts 9 to see how in light of God's calling on our lives, the Lord Jesus wholly consecrates us for His use.
How Long Oh Lord?
How can we stay serving the holy God when things get really rough? Here we look into how in God's holy commission, He makes us unafraid of the hardship of serving Him (even faithful unto death). Brother Chi-cheng delivers the message from Isaiah 6.