Isaiah and Peter had a common problem. They were good and faithful men, but when they encountered God they were terrified by their own lack of holiness. Find out what happened next and what it means for you and I in this sermon on Isaiah 6 and Luke 5:1-11.
There are holy places, holy things, and holy people. In John 2, Jesus cleanses the temple by making a whip of cords and driving out the people who were using it as a market and the animals they were selling. People can be holy, too. Jesus, of course; but also, you!
- Introduction: A young woman with a sense of the holy.
- The holiness of God’s temple and how it was abused.
- The action Jesus took.
- Holy spaces today and their proper use.
- Why Jesus considered his body to be a temple.
- His prophecy concerning his death and resurrection.
- How you are made holy by baptism and holy communion.
- You are holy to the Lord.