Did God forsake Israel? Or did Israel turn their back on God?
Our righteous acts are seen as filthy rags by God before salvation. Can you imagine what our sins must look like to a holy God?
Isaiah examines the LORD'S past blessings to Israel and asks Him to again display His power as He did in the past.
A future scene of Christ returning from the battle of Armageddon. We will also look at some related passages in Revelation.
God's promises for Jerusalem during the Millennium. The whole world will be blessed as a result.
The blessings of the Year of Jubilee.
Israel will rise to dominance in the Millenium.
Follow God's glory through the pages of Scripture.
God calls out the injustice in Israel and provides Himself as the solution to their sin problem.
Isaiah confronts Judah with their unjust treatment of others. The leaders are the most guilty.
Greed and hypocrisy denounced in this passage. God offers blessings for obedience.
Why did God allow the Babylonian captivity? There are some reasons listed in this passage.
Gentiles who are dedicated to the LORD will be invited to worship with the Jews in the Millenium.
One of the most beautiful and gracious invitations recorded in Scripture.
Isaiah speaks of God's forgiveness and restoration after the coming Babylonian captivity and ultimately when Christ sets up His Millenial Kingdom.