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Reflections on Isaiah 43-48

Isaiah reminds the people that there is only one true God who will restore them. One True God – Again and again we read that there is only one true God. Idols are folly.  None can stop God when he … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 40-42

Isaiah predicted that Babylon would come back in chapter 39.  Now he begins to speak words of comfort and hope to those who will be taken into captivity. Great God – None can compare to God. The nations and rulers … Continue reading

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Reflections on II Kings 18-20 & II Chronicles 29-32

Hezekiah becomes king of Judah.  Observe: Hold Fast to the Lord – Hezekiah was a rare king who not only did what was right in God’s eyes, but even did it to the extent of David. He tore down all … Continue reading

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Q&A#6: Verses, Questions, Project

Q/A#6 Q: What is the Word of God? A: The Word of God is his flawless, unchanging, living, and abiding Word to us, consisting of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Memory Verses Forever, O Lord, your Word … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 36-39

Assyria threatens Jerusalem, but God will deliver.  Babylon, not Assyria, will plunder Jerusalem. Trust – Hezekiah provides a striking contrast to Ahaz back in chapters 7-8. While Ahaz looked to other nations for help, Hezekiah turned to the Lord, and … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 32-35

A king will reign in righteousness, but first judgment must come upon the nations. God Is Our Salvation – In times of trouble, we should look to the Lord to be our salvation (33:2). He gives us stability in the … Continue reading

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Q&A#6: The Word of God

Q/A#6 Q: What is the Word of God? A: The Word of God is his flawless, unchanging, living, and abiding Word to us, consisting of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. Forever, O Lord, your Word is firmly … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 28-31

Judgment is coming upon Jerusalem, but restoration will follow. Look to the Lord – In their calamity, Jerusalem looked to Egypt rather than God for help. God made clear that Egypt could not help them.  Are you looking to the … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 24-27

God will bring judgment upon the earth, but a glorious day will follow. Worship – This passage is filled with worship – praising and giving glory to God (24:14-16, 25:1). We can praise him because he is our stronghold, a … Continue reading

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Reflections on Isaiah 21-23

Oracles of judgment continue: now against Babylon, Jerusalem, Tyre, and Sidon. The Lord Has Spoken – God has spoken judgment on Babylon and because God has spoken, it will certainly happen (21:17). Do you believe God’s Word?  Are you trusting … Continue reading

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