Isaiah describes for us what the Millennial Kingdom of Christ will be like.
Boy, are things getting weird in the world. Recently we discovered that the US government approved the sale of Uranium mines in the US to a company controlled by Russian leader Vladimir Putin… who provides Uranium to the Islamic regime in Iran… who we’re attempting to prevent from getting Uranium. Not to mention that hardly […]
In Medieval England the church built some of the grandest buildings in history. The more splendid the architecture, the more the church leaders believed they were praising God. They poured vast sums of money into the creation of grandiose architectural projects, which peaked in the cathedrals at Canterbury and York. Is that really what God […]
In Romans chapter 10, the Apostle Paul wrote to the church explaining his outreach to the Gentile people: But Isaiah is very bold and says: “I was found by those who did not seek Me; I was made manifest to those who did not ask for Me.” But to Israel he says: “All day long […]
Isaiah 64 is a continuation of the prayer for mercy that started in chapter 63 verse 15, and this prayer uncovers a dilemma that Israel finds itself in: One the one hand, Israel is broken and destitute because of their sin, and desperately in need of intervention by the Lord… but will the Lord hear […]
The second half of Isaiah 63 is a prayer, spoken in the third person, that describes the heartfelt cry of the Israelites after they are taken captive to Babylon. At the time it was written, it hadn’t happened yet. But it would happen, and verse 17 captures the thought that will be in the heart […]