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WHI-1132 | The Gospel According to Isaiah, Part 5

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Isaiah's mission was to pronounce both law and gospel. As God' prosecuting attorney, he was called to pronounce the covenant curses on unfaithful and disobedient Israel. Yet in the midst of all these "woes," we continue to discover more and more about God's messianic promise. In the days of this coming redeemer, Jerusalem will become a "herald of good news" and God will "tend his flock like a shepherd." On this program the hosts will walk through chapters 26 through 40 of Isaiah's amazing prophecy.

Isaiah's mission was to pronounce both law and gospel. As God' prosecuting attorney, he was called to pronounce the covenant curses on unfaithful and disobedient Israel. Yet in the midst of all these "woes," we continue to discover more and more about God's messianic promise. In the days of this coming redeemer, Jerusalem will become a "herald of good news" and God will "tend his flock like a shepherd." On this program the hosts will walk through chapters 26 through 40 of Isaiah's amazing prophecy.




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(begins on p. 357 of this PDF, i.e. 5th page in)




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George F. Handel, The Messiah, "But who may abide the day of his coming?"

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  • Guest - Simon

    To have faith in Christ is to live by the Divine Law. The problem arises in the fourth commandment, and how to find the true Sabbath day of The Lord. What we must remember is the children of Israel wandered the wilderness for forty years and kept the Sabbath. The Julian calendar did not come into existence until 45 BC and included an eight day week (so definitely not scriptural). This was superseded by the Gregorian Calendar (1582), this calendar had a seven day week with days of the week named after the planets. Since Constantine proclaimed the 'venerial day of the Sun' has worship day in his acceptance of Christiananity has the religion of his Empire, it is only natural Roman Catholicism would follow suit. Satur(ns)day is not supported in Scripture has the true Sabbath either. Once the simple truth can be proclaimed, then the Reformation would be complete.

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