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Opening Up: Isaiah

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by Andrew Thomson

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Opening Up: Isaiah

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The book of Isaiah is a tale of two cities: the Jerusalem Isaiah knew, and the Jerusalem that he saw. We are introduced to both in the opening five chapters. They are like two photographs marked, ‘before' and

‘after'. But how will the transformation come about? Isaiah's answer is ‘Judgment!' And it's coming soon.

The opening of Isaiah's vision is not a pretty sight. The Lord has twenty- twenty vision, x-ray vision even, when it comes to the sins of his people. While God sees perfectly, Judah's hearing is not good at all. So bad, in fact, that the Lord initially addresses the heavens and the earth, rather than the people, with his analysis of the situation. That can be summed up in one word: rebellion! What follows is a kind of ‘state of the nation' address, that says, to put it bluntly, that the nation is in a state. ‘They have

forsaken the LORD, they have despised the Holy One of Israel' (1:4). And where has it got them? ‘Your country lies desolate' (1:7).

Specification

  • Author

    Andrew Thomson

  • Book Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    Day One

  • Page Count

    160

  • ISBN

    9781846253522

  • ISBN-10

    1846253527

  • Eden Code

    4069552

More Information

  • Author/Creator: Andrew Thomson

  • ISBN: 9781846253522

  • Publisher: Day One

  • Eden Code: 4069552


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