Introduction: there is someone we should seek to impress; however, He is the least impressionable person you could ever think of.
Text: Isaiah 66:1-2
I - The Audience: GOD
1. The Transcendent God: "heaven is my throne" a) what is heaven? b) What's a throne?
2. The Exalted God: "the earth is my footstool" a) Why a footstool?
3. The Uncontainable God: Why the question of building a house?
II Who Impresses God? 1. The Poor of spirit 2. The Contrite of spirit lit.: the "lame" in spirit 3. The one who fears God: â€śwho trembles at my wordâ€ť
CONCLUSION & QUESTIONS FOR MEDITATION ON THE LORD'S DAY 1. When was the last time you thought, â€śhum God must have felt good with me about this oneâ€ť. Do you remember what it was about?
2. Is the event or action described in â€ś1â€ť compatible with what Isaiah 66:1-2 describes that impresses God?
3. Jesus, contrary to most of us, was not given to â€śpraiseâ€ť people but on some occasions He publicly said good things about certain people. Can you recollect at least two examples of people whom Jesus praised? What is the common trait in the examples you picked that you can single out as the root cause which moved Jesus to publicly praise or say something positive to or about those people