211.2: Isaiah 5-7: Bitter Fruit, an Eager Servant, and a Promise of Salvation

The Book of Isaiah is so full of imagery that you can visualize everything that he and God are talking about. There really isn’t much interpretation needed. He’s another in-your-face prophet. The job of the prophet was not to be a fortune teller or a diviner of the future. No, he was to deliver God’s Word to the people, warning them that if they didn’t stop sinning, God would pronounce and deliver judgment on them. Like we learned a few posts ago, God delivers judgment when we sin, but He provides us with an “out” from the punishment. In our case, His Name is Jesus. Furthermore, Isaiah predicts His unique and special birth. These prophecies come true within 12 years, 730 years and there are some that are still to come. Let’s dig in….

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