Scripture Struck @ Isaiah 6:1-8

Send Me

God chose Isaiah to be His prophet. A prophet is one who speaks for God. His words are God’s words. He becomes God’s mouthpiece; His representative.

When God appeared, he saw Him seated on a high throne. He was in full control. Everything about Him was glorious and majestic. Isaiah experienced the immensity of God.

In contrast, he saw himself so small and frail. Compared to God’s grandeur and glory, he was mere dust and dirt. He needed cleansing to stand before God. Yet when God was looking for a messenger, he was empowered to say: Here I am. Send me!

Today, we see ourselves big and tall. We fail to see God’s grandeur on his throne. We think we are in control. It is grace that allows us to see our real worth. Though small, we are loved. His love makes us dare to say: Send me Lord!

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