Lecture 83- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 6

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The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 6

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

Isaiah writes, “Come now, let us reason together, says Yahweh: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.” (Isaiah 1:18) 

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Christ in the Old Testament- 2 Chronicles 13 and Acts 5

Christ in the Old TestamentPastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about the connections between the events leading up to 2 Chronicles chapter 13 and those find in Acts chapter 5. In both times, the people of God were split into two groups, namely, those who remained loyal to the son of David as king and those who rebelled against God and His kingdom.

After the resurrection of Christ, the True Son of David, the Apostles were forbidden to speak in the name of Jesus by the high priest. The Apostles respond by saying, “We must obey God rather than men. The God of our fathers raised Jesus, whom you killed by hanging him on a tree. God exalted him at his right hand as Leader and Savior, to give repentance to Israel and forgiveness of sins” (Acts 5:29–31).  In response, Gamaliel said to the high priest and the leaders of Jerusalem, “Men of Israel… …I tell you, keep away from these men and let them alone, for if this plan or this undertaking is of man, it will fail; but if it is of God, you will not be able to overthrow them. You might even be found fighting against God!” (Acts 5:38–39).

In the days after Solomon’s death, the kingdom was split into Northern Israel and Southern Judah. In 2 Chronicles 13, Abijah, a son of David and King of Jerusalem, cried out against Jeroboam, the King of Northern Israel, saying, “Behold, God is with us at our head, and his priests with their battle trumpets to sound the call to battle against you. O sons of Israel, do not fight against the LORD, the God of your fathers, for you cannot succeed” (2 Chronicles 13:12).

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Lecture 82- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 5

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The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 5

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

After the LORD says, “Wash yourselves; make yourselves clean,” He then teaches us to learn to do good, to seek justice, and correct oppression. The Holy Spirit comes through the preaching of the message of the person and work of Christ. The Holy Spirit works to bring new desires in the heart.

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Lecture 81- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 4

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Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

Throughout the Old Testament scriptures, we are given types and shadows that point to the realities of the New Testament. In this lecture we will focus on the types and shadows of the washing and cleansing as they point to the washing of regeneration and renewal by the Holy Spirit. In Isaiah 1:16. Yahweh says, “Wash yourselves; make yourselves clean; remove the evil of your deeds from before my eyes; cease to do evil…”  

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Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 4

Christ in the Old Testament – Isaiah 50

Christ in the Old TestamentPastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about Christ in Isaiah chapter 50. In this chapter, we are taught about the holy incarnation. The Eternal Son of God assumes the human nature. He is given a tongue to speak the word from the Father and an ear to hear the will of the Father. He is obedient unto death. He is given a face that is set toward Jerusalem where He will offer His body. He will by struck on the cheek and the back. He will be mocked, and falsely accused. However, the Father will vindicate His death in the resurrection . (click here to listen to the interview on Issues, Etc.)

Lecture 80- The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 3

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The Gospel According to St. Isaiah- Chapter 1 Part 3

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

In this lecture we focus on verses 10-15 in which the people of Israel manifest their rejection of the Word of God by worshiping in their own ways rather than God’s way. Faith comes through hearing the Word of God, but they resist the work of the Holy Spirit. They try to impress God with the multitude of their sacrifices and their innovative worship. However, God does not acknowledge their hands lifted high in praise. Their hands are full of blood. Jerusalem is the city that slays the prophets sent to her and ultimately crucifies the Word of God incarnate.

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Christ in the Old Testament- Ezekiel 37:1-14

Christ in the Old TestamentPastor Kachelmeier is the guest on Issues, Etc. talking about Christ in Ezekiel chapter 37. In this chapter, we see the picture of the Son of Man speaking life into the very dry bones. This passage points to the Incarnation in which the Son of God speaks life into the dead on the Last Day in His assumed human nature. (click here to listen to the interview on Issues, Etc.)

Table Talk Radio- The Iron Preacher Vs. Pastor Kachelmeier

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After quite the hiatus, Iron Preacher returns to the Table Talk Radio pulpit against challenger Pastor Brian Kachelmeier, judged by Dr. Carl Fickenscher of Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort. Also, Pastor Kachelmeier talks about the Five Guidelines for reading the Old Testament Scriptures. Show #285: Iron Preacher vs Kachelmeier (click here to listen)