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The close of Chapter 11 of Isaiah is a prophesy that the remnant of Israel will pour out of Assyria like a highway, the second exodus. This will be paralleled in the Millennial Kingdom as God calls forth the dispersed Jews to be his Royal Priesthood. Chapter 12 picks up there.

...continue reading "Isaiah 12 (Millennial Kingdom)"

Isaiah is prophesying about the final demise of Israel as a warning to Judah.

...continue reading "Isaiah 10 (Judah/Israel)"

Amos started the book with prophesies and now has begun longer "sermons" that include messages directly from the Lord. Chapter 4 is the second of three of those messages

...continue reading "Amos 4 (Israel)"

Amos started his book with high-level prophesies for Judah, Israel, and her neighbors. Now he transitions into a more detailed message.

...continue reading "Amos 3 (Israel)"

Chronologically, I am reading II Kings and II Chronicles and the various prophets who tried to come alongside the rulers and people of the day. Today begins Amos' swing at bat.

...continue reading "Amos 1 (Israel)"

Isaiah begins with his indictment of Judah's behavior and a prophesy of their future which is also a parallel to the end times. Then we flash back to read about his calling. Now we are back in his historical timeline with the kings of his time.

...continue reading "II Kings 16; II Chron 28 & Isaiah 7 (Judah)"

I was so excited to be back in my Old testament reading, that I decided to squeeze in one more chapter before returning to my semester bible studies. My last post was Isaiah 2, which is the first chapter in a complete vison that spans through chapter 4 or 5.

...continue reading "Isaiah 3 (Judah)"

I've been away for awhile with bible studies and such, so by way of review, Isaiah opens with God bringing a reoccurring vision to Isaiah and a "court case" against he people of Judah for breaking their contract. He has a message of hope and a message of destruction for all sinners (all of us). We must choose.

...continue reading "Isaiah 2 (Judah)"