Practically all Christians who have had any contact with Evangelical Protestantism know by memory Isaiah 64:6: “We have all become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous deeds are like filthy rags.” But is this really how God views the righteous acts of His people, or of mankind in general? Or, is this simply another case of a theologian (Martin Luther) taking a verse out of context?
After all, neither Jesus nor any of the New Testament writers ever quoted Isa. 64:6. David Bercot presents a Scriptural and historical analysis of this passage that provides a fuller understanding of this verse and how this can have a dramatic impact on how we view our walk with God.
Click here to listen to this message, given in early 2015.