Weekly Pursuit – Week 2 of July

Jul 12, 2023 by



Isa. 6:1 “In the year that King Uzziah died I saw the Lord sitting on a high and lofty throne, and the train of His robe filled the temple.”




In spite of the rebellion, iniquities, and corruptions of Israel, His chosen and beloved people, Christ is still sitting on a high and lofty throne in glory. [This] indicate that no matter what the situation might be on earth and regardless of the corruption and degradation among God’s people, Christ is still on the throne in His glory. When Isaiah looked at the situation among the children of Israel, he became very disappointed. It was at this point that the Lord brought him into a vision so that he could see the Lord of glory sitting on the throne. The Lord seemed to say to Isaiah, “Don’t look down at the situation. If you look down, you will be disappointed. Look up at Me. I am still here. I am the unique good thing in the universe. Look at Me.”


In the church life, we need to learn not to look down at the situation but to look up to Christ. We should not look at anything or anyone other than Christ. The Christ whom we look up to is no longer on the cross; today Christ is on the throne. The people had become fallen, but Christ and His throne remained the same in His glory. On this earth, everything changes and fluctuates, but Christ remains the same today and forever. As a result of seeing this vision, Isaiah was terminated, finished. Everyone who truly sees a vision of the Lord is enlightened. For this reason, we need a revival every morning. The morning revival is the time for us to see the Lord again. (Life-study of Isaiah, msg. 6)

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