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WHI-1130 | The Gospel According to Isaiah, Part 3

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In this section of the book of Isaiah, we see the beginning of Isaiah's prophetic call. Though he has already pronounced the covenantal "woes" against unfaithful Israel, here we see him exclaim, "Woe is me!" when confronted with God's infinite holiness and majesty. The hosts evaluate the significance of this event along with numerous messianic prophecies that begin to appear in chapters 5 through 9 on this edition of White Horse Inn.

In this section of the book of Isaiah, we see the beginning of Isaiah's prophetic call. Though he has already pronounced the covenantal "woes" against unfaithful Israel, here we see him exclaim, "Woe is me!" when confronted with God's infinite holiness and majesty. The hosts evaluate the significance of this event along with numerous messianic prophecies that begin to appear in chapters 5 through 9 on this edition of White Horse Inn.




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  • Guest - R Mulder

    I find it incredibly ironic that Israel tried to get Egypt to help them out. Just imagine the reaction of the Pharao: "Israel wants our help? Hmm, Israel..Israel...aren't they the guys whose God destroyed our army that time? Didn't we have them as slaves once and didn't these horrible curses fall upon us?"

    Even more disturbing is the fact that Israel caved to the attraction of the false god worship. Everytime I read about it in the Old Testament I wonder how could this ever happen with all they've been through and having had all these signs and wonders and amazing rescues by God (not to mention the warnings, the threats etc.). How do you come to the plan to trade in your Living God for a homemade idol after all that? I doubt I would have been much better had I lived in those days though... It's a frightening thought.

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  • Guest - Rayn

    R Mulder,

    And of course it leads to them tragically reversing redemptive history when in Jeremiah during the exile many of them finally seek refuge in Israel. So far from triumphant conquest of the Gentiles, Yahweh triumphs over and executes them. But this isn't just about Israel, it's all of us when left to our own devices. Praise God that he has now triumphed over our sin in the substitutionary death and resurrection of his Son!

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