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The vision mentioned here came to Isaiah after years of preaching and was designed to deepen his spirituality. In this sermon I am going to discuss this vision in detail and let it deepen our own spirituality thus rendering us more effective in our service for the Lord.
The key word of this paragraph is found in the twelfth verse. It says, ‘people took the young man home alive and were greatly comforted’
Illustration: It’s common practice to use Paracetamol in case of a headache because it brings instant comfort. How cum these tiny pills are capable of bringing comfort to such a complicated unit like the human body? What you see is only a tiny single pill. Yet each pill is the combination of three powerful ingredients capable of relieving pain, put together using a scientific formula.
2 Timothy 3:16 says that God’s word is useful for rebuking. It is important that preachers though not in a regular basis confront sin from the pulpit when ever the need rises. It’s a common factor however that preachers hardly confront sin today. Probably because of fear people will feel offended and leave the church. There are however some principles that I follow in confrontational preaching and most of the time the results have proved to be rewarding.
If you frequently Google for Christian teaching and preaching resources you might know by now that resources high in quality and free at the same time are very difficult to come by. This is why we blog about other useful resources whenever we find them.
The YouTube channel of ‘GraceLink Stories’ is one such rare resource and I am sure Sunday School teachers will love it. Right now it features 89 bible based animated cartoons. Each video clip starts with a memory verse and is followed by a corresponding lesson. Watch the video Embed below to find out more.
Christian life is not a cakewalk. Definitely not when you are in charge of something. Spiritual, emotional and even physical storms and shipwrecks are inevitable in Christian leadership. Consider the life, ministry and death of the great leader Paul. He was sought after to kill, shipwrecked and finally got executed! In today’s sermon I am going to share some of the leadership qualities that Paul expressed when he got shipwrecked. So as leaders we shall know how to handle our own storms and shipwrecks in ministry.