In Isaiah's day evil was called good and good evil. We are seeing the same thing happening in America today. Let's examine some of the similarities between Judah and America…
God's judgment on Judean women who were described in their ungodly behavior earlier.
Isaiah continued to expose the sins of Jerusalem and Judah. The parallels between Judah's sins and present day America are astounding.
We have seen that God is a personal Being, a living Being, and this morning we will begin looking at the fact that God is a Spirit Being.
Isaiah speaks of future millennial blessings when Messiah will reign from Jerusalem. But Jerusalem and Judah have turned from the LORD and face impending judgment.
Judah had turned her back on the LORD and He pleads with her to come back to Him. Refusing to repent will bring certain judgment.
Background information important to understanding Isaiah's prophecy.
3 Aspects of Christ's suffering seen in Isaiah 52 and 53.
The background of Isaiah 9 and the description of the coming Messiah explained.
The first of the seven sayings of Christ on the cross reminds us of the far reaching forgiveness of God in Christ.