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Tale of Two Cities: Isaiah 24-26

Today’s reading: Isaiah 23-27.

In Dickens’ saga of the French Revolution it was the best and worst of times simultaneously, but in Isaiah’s vision the worst comes first. 470 more words

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Who holds the key? Isaiah 22

Today’s reading: Isaiah 18-22.

When you got the keys to your first car, you received much more than the freedom of a set of wheels.

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The day of the LORD: Isaiah 13

Today’s reading: Isaiah 13-17.

For the day of the LORD is near upon all the nations. As you have done, it shall be done to you; your deeds shall return on your own head.

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Boasting when humility is needed: Isaiah 9

Today’s reading: Isaiah 9-12.

Between two major prophecies about the Messiah, the prophet Isaiah tucks a little story about the foolish pride of the Israelites. Before the story Isaiah proclaims that a child is born, the wonderful counselor who will be the prince of peace and establish a righteous government on David’s throne for all time. 407 more words

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Hearing but not listening: Isaiah 6

Today’s reading: Isaiah 5-8.

“You’re not listening to me!” How many of us heard that from our mother growing up? She said it to grab our attention. 541 more words

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Judgment and Mercy: Isaiah 1

Today’s reading: Isaiah 1-4. 

“I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.” Abraham Lincoln

Christians, at least the vocal ones, are too quick to hand down judgment and too slow to offer mercy.

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Love as strong as death: Song of Solomon

Today’s reading: Song of Solomon 1-8.

Our relationship with God came first. When life on earth is done, our relationship with God will remain. We were created to have fellowship with the LORD and our marriages reflect that relationship. 684 more words

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