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2 Samuel 24:24 & Mark 14:3-9

1. David does “out of the ordinary” to please God (2 Samuel 24:24) (a) David “goes out” to Araunah’s place—he does not invoke his kingly position, but expresses humility (b) David rejected a free offer of the land, but (c) David wanted his personal involvement in the purchase of the land that demonstrated high respect…

Isaiah 1:11-17 & Matthew 5:23-24

1. God was unimpressed with the “so-called” worship of His people (1:11b) 2. God was not pleased with their large number of sacrifices (1:11) (a) Contrast: The multitude of your sacrifices—what are they to me?” says the LORD (b) Though sacrifices were supposed to be “an aroma pleasing to God” (cf. Leviticus 1:9, 13, 17),…

Isaiah 6:1-7 & Revelation 4–5

1. True worship always precedes a glimpse of who God is (Isaiah 6:3, Revelation 4:8) (a) God is Holy (Sanctus, Trisagion, Kedushah) (a1) “To be different,” “To be other,” “To be distant” and “to be transcendent,” “To be unique,” “There is nothing the entire universe that may be compared to Him” (cf. 40:25, Deuteronomy 6:4)…