There is a difference between forgiveness and restoration. Some wrongly assume that saying your sorry is enough. But the truth is that the victim can often see the difference between a hastily uttered apology and genuine repentance. Consider the example of an abuser saying, … More
In chapters 1-34, Isaiah has delivered a message of judgment on all nations for their rejection of God. Chapter 34 spoke of great distress when God will judge all people for their actions. In this chapter, Isaiah contrasts the barrenness of Edom with the blossoming of Israel.
God is preparing a way for His people to travel to heaven, and He will walk with us. God never stops at simply pointing the way, but He is always beside me as I go. All I need to do is trust Him to lead me each step of the way.
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Isaiah 32:1-20Woe to Those Trusting in Military Defense
Isaiah 33:1-12Destruction of Assyria
Isaiah 33:13-24Salvation of The Righteous
Isaiah 34:1-17Destruction of The Gentile World
Isaiah 35:1-10Blessings in the Millennial Kingdom
Isaiah 36:1-22Invasion of Sennacherib
Isaiah 37:1-20Consultation With Isaiah
Isaiah 37:21-38Prediction of Isaiah
Isaiah 38:1-22Conclusion of Hezekiah’s Reign