10-Sep-2017 · Hopewell ARP · Culleoka, TN
Introduction: a visit to the throne in Isaiah 6
- Jesus’ infinitely better glory is plain, v3
- The brightness of His glory
- The express image of His person
- Upholding all things by the word of His power
- By Himself purged our sins
- Sat down at the right hand of the Majesty on high
- Jesus’ infinitely better glory is prophetic, v4-13
- v5a, Psalm 2:7. The eternally begotten King.
- v5b, 2Samuel 7:14. The beloved Son King.
- v6, Psalm 97:7. The terrifyingly glorious King.
- v7, Psalm 104:4. The King over angels, creation, and the flood.
- v8-9, Psalm 45:6-7. The human King who is also God.
- v10-12, Psalm 102:25-27. The Lord Creator King.
- v13, Psalm 110:1. The King whom God seats and serves.
Conclusion: Jesus’ infinitely better glory is polarizing, v14. Jesus’ enemies are being prepared for destruction, but His friends are being prepared for salvation. Which are you?