isaiah-6-1-8On Sunday we will look at Isaiah 6: 1-8. This passage is seen as the call Isaiah received to begin his prophetic work. The passage is interesting as a call passage as it does not focus on why Isaiah should be sent.

We can break the passage down into three sections:

Section 1 deals with the description of God.

Section 2 deals with Isaiah’s recognition that he is unworthy. It is interesting to note that Isaiah, a prophet, indicates that he has unclean lips. As a prophet of God ritual cleanliness would have been important. The lips, being the part of the body where God’s message is proclaimed could be seen to have special significance.

Section 3 deals with God asking who to send, with Isaiah responding ‘Here am I; send me!’

Text: Isaiah 6: 1-8

Questions for Sunday:

  • What do you find most interesting about the description that is given of God?
  • Why is Isaiah’s confession important?
  • What can we learn about the character of God from this passage?

Prayer for Sunday:

Holy, holy, holy God, the whole earth is full of your glory. In my laying down and in my rising up I give thanks to you for your love, grace and kindness to me. Forgive me when I doubt your calling in my life and allow me to follow your leading. Amen.

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