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Tag: proverbs

  • Day 203 – Rejoice in the Lord

    Day 203 – Rejoice in the Lord

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we read about the delivery from oppression. Isaiah says that the people will be brought into captivity in the land of Babylon. In chapter 25 he says that God will swallow up death and wipe away tears from all faces. This is the promise of redemption and the coming of the […]

  • Day 202 – God’s Judgement

    Day 202 – God’s Judgement

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we read about Tyre. Tyre is a coastal town on the Mediterranean Sea. Isaiah says it will be destroyed; however, a new restoration of Tyre will happen after seventy years. Isaiah says that there will be a judgment that will come and it will touch everyone, even kings. This is condemnation […]

  • Day 201 – Keys to the Kingdom

    Day 201 – Keys to the Kingdom

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we read that Isaiah is our watchman, pointing out dangers. Over the years, many have suffered and have been destroyed because there was no one on the watchtower to warn them about what was ahead. We are introduced to two individuals, Shebna and Eliakim. Shebna acts as the prime minister of […]

  • Day 200 – Egypt, Assyria, and Israel

    Day 200 – Egypt, Assyria, and Israel

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we learn in Isaiah that we are called to get rid of all idols. The Lord says the will stir up the Egyptians. He wants the false gods of the Egyptians defeated. God calls his people back to himself. God says he will accomplish good through Israel’s alliance with Egypt and […]

  • Day 199 – Times for War

    Day 199 – Times for War

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we wrap up the book of Joel. He speaks about what will happen after the day of the Lord when justice will once again reign. Joel is contrary to Isaiah 2 where people should beat their swords into plowshares but Joel says to prepare for war. We are meant to live […]

  • Day 198 – The Day of the Lord

    Day 198 – The Day of the Lord

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we learn that the prophet Isaiah speaks about the king of Babylon. He tells how the mighty has fallen. Babylon, at that time, was the most powerful kingdom at the time. Prophets not only foretell the future, but they also speak truths from the Lord. Many prophecies have a historical and […]

  • Day 197 – Woe and Consolation

    Day 197 – Woe and Consolation

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we learn that Isaiah calls the people to repentance and warns them what would happen if they don’t. He also tells them that even though the Lord will punish them for their sins, he has not abandoned them. Isaiah goes on to say in chapter 11 that “a shoot from the […]

  • Day 196 – Destruction of Israel

    Day 196 – Destruction of Israel

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we read about Isaiah and the destruction of Israel. Israel will be destroyed when the Assyrians come into the north (land of Zebulun and Naphtali). Right after Jesus is baptized by John and goes into the desert for forty days he goes into the land of Zebulun and Naphtali. Here Jesus […]

  • Day 195 – Tobias and Sarah Pray

    Day 195 – Tobias and Sarah Pray

    Thoughts and Reflection Today we learn about trust and expectation. Ahaz is the king of Judah, but he is not a good king. Isaiah tells Ahaz that the Lord wants to fight for him and he should ask for a sign. Ahaz does not ask for a sign because he does not want to tempt […]

  • Day 194 – Holy is the Lord

    Day 194 – Holy is the Lord

    Thoughts and Reflection Today in our readings we read about a metaphor in a vineyard. Just like how the Lord brings the people out of Israel, he brings out of Slavery in Egypt and then makes fruitful. But after planting grames, they do not bring forth the fruit. Isaiah is commissioned as a prophet and […]