The challenge of this text is to be what we already are in Christ, knowing that God himself is with and for us should change our prayer life; understanding that God’s wrath cannot be on us at all anymore also changes our life not just our thinking; but also waking up to the righteousness we have in Christ means that we are not only freed from our sin, but have dominion over it. All this happens primarily in the means of Grace and it compels us to Go out from the unclean world as salves and to Go To the unclean world as servants.
Pastor Drew is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He got his Masters of Divinity in 2010 and has been planting Omega OPC in Williamsport PA, since then. Check out some sermons by Pastor Drew Adcock Related Sermons Noblesse Oblige (Isaiah 1:1-9) August 4, 2013 God’s Reason (Isaiah 1:10-20) August 11, 2013 Glory in our Midst (Isaiah 1:21-31) August 18, 2013 Future Glory (Isaiah 2:1-4) August 25, 2013 Who’s Your Daddy? (Isaiah 2:5-21) September 1, 2013 Word & Deed (Isaiah 2:22-4:1) September 8, 2013 Of Immanuel (Isaiah 4:2-6) September 15, 2013 A Song for Singing (Isaiah 5:1-7) September 22, 2013 Woes, Whences and Warnings (Isaiah 5:8-30) September 29, 2013 Worship Applied (Isaiah 6:1-13) October 6, 2013 Faith and Faithfulness (Isaiah 7:1-17) October 13, 2013 Christ Our Joy (Isaiah 9:1-7) November 10, 2013 4,3,2,1 (Isaiah 9:8-10:4) November 17, 2013 The Tremendous Either-Or (Isaiah… (read more)