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Recovery from Judgment

Scripture Passage: 
Isaiah 64:5-9
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We drift away from the Lord. We turn from Him and His ways in rebellion. This brings on His chastening hand. We feel that there is no way back. But God gives a way. Come home. Come back to your Saviour and God.

    1. Our Sins (Isaiah 64:5)
    2. Our Uncleanness (Isaiah 65:6
    3. Our Iniquities (Isaiah 65:6, 7)
    1. Experiencing the Wrath of God (Isaiah 64:5, 9; Hebrews 12:5-6)
    2. Faded as a Leaf (Isaiah 64:6)
    3. Taken Away as by the Wind (Isaiah 64:6)
    4. Consumed because of our Iniquities (Isaiah 64:7)
    1. Wait for the Lord (Isaiah 64:4; Psalm 27:13-14; Isaiah 40:28-31)
    2. Rejoice in Righteousness (Isaiah 64:5; Psalm 68:3; Isaiah 61:10
    3. Work Righteousness (Psalm 15:1-2; Romans 6:13, 16-22)
    4. Remember the Ways of God (Isaiah 64:5)
      1. Ask for the old paths (Jeremiah 6:16)
      2. There is continuance in those (Isaiah 64:5)
    5. Call Upon the Lord (Isaiah 64:7; Psalm 105:1-4)
    6. Stir Up to Take Hold of the Lord (Isaiah 64:7; 2Timothy 1:6)
    7. Behold the Lord as your Father (Isaiah 64:8-9)
      1. We are the clay (Isaiah 64:8; Jeremiah 18:1-6)
      2. We are the work of His hand (Isaiah 64:8; Psalm 100:3)
      3. We are His people (Isaiah 64:9; Psalm 79:13)


Published Sermons of Charles Spurgeon – “The influence of Spurgeon’s published sermons at times seems almost unbelievable. On one occasion, Spurgeon counseled with a woman whose husband had left home, and fled the country. The Metropolitan pastor dared her to believe that her husband would be converted, and even become a member of the Tabernacle church. At that very time, on board a ship, her husband stumbled upon one of Spurgeon’s sermons. He read the story of the Gospel and accepted Christ immediately. He returned to home and wife, and a few months later, his wife introduced him to Spurgeon. The couple were happily reunited in Christ and the church.” –from Spurgeon: Prince of Preachers by Lewis Drummond (p.325). See Matthew 17:20.

David Reagan

Daily Proverb

Proverbs 22:11

He that loveth pureness of heart, for the grace of his lips the king shall be his friend.