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What do you do with a God so holy, so “other?” Isaiah gives us a good example, one that is a stark contrast to the pride of Uzziah. And I said: “Woe is me! For I am lost; for I … Continue reading
The time stamp of Isaiah 6 is also significant. All of this occurs in the year that King Uzziah died. Uzziah was king in Jerusalem for over 50 years. (You can read his story in 2 Chronicles 26.) By most … Continue reading
Can you imagine what it would be like to talk to someone who had actually seen God? If someone claimed to have seen God, would you be interested in what that person had to say? Would you lean in a … Continue reading
Each year, our family makes picks for the NFL playoffs. Here are our picks for the opening weekend, including the NCAA Championship Game as well. Sunny: Bills over Colts; Seahawks over Rams; Bucs over Washington; Titans over Ravens; Saints over … Continue reading
So is the coming Day a good day or a bad day? It all depends on whether you’re part of God’s repentant remnant. For those who turn away from their idols and put their trust in God and His Messiah, … Continue reading
But remember, we said Isaiah is like a song with three verses. And in these opening chapters, amid these pronouncements of judgment, we also find words of comfort and hope. Here are some words of comfort that remind us of … Continue reading
For the LORD of hosts has a day… Isaiah 2:12 Early on, Isaiah introduces this concept that the Lord has a special day in store — elsewhere referred to as “the Day of the Lord.” Isaiah describes this day repeatedly … Continue reading
I hope you’re enjoying a Happy New Year so far. It certainly feels like a new day has dawned. After 2020, I know we’re all grateful to see a new year and the possibility of better days ahead. Isaiah was … Continue reading