The Brilliance Of Jesus In Isaiah Chapter 46


The Brilliance Of Jesus In Isaiah Chapter 46

Some people are probably scratching their heads about this title thinking ‘how can Jesus be talking in the Old Testament’, that was before He was born? Others might notice that there are no ‘words in red’ anywhere in the book of Isaiah so they figure that I am wrong on this issue. It is fine if you are disagreeing with me here at the beginning, my hope is that by the end of this post you will see what I am talking about. Remember, Jesus is The Word, The Truth and The Life and that The Word has been with God The Father from the beginning of time (read Genesis chapter one).

 

In Isaiah chapter forty-six it is God (Jesus) talking to the Prophet Isaiah. Please read a few of the passages here with me, see what you think, okay? This chapter only has 13 verses in it and I am going to ask you to look at 5 of them okay? First, verses 3 and 4, ” Listen to me O House of Jacob (Israel) and all the remnant of the House of Israel, which are borne by me from the belly which are carried from the womb”. (The womb, was Egypt)

 

Verse’s 9 &10  “remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me. Declaring the End from the Beginning and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My council will stand and I will do all my pleasure”.

 

The last verse tonight is also the last verse of chapter 46 and this is verse 13.  “I bring near My righteousness; it shall not be far off and My salvation shall not be delayed: And I shall place Salvation (The New Jerusalem that will come down from Heaven and then after 42 months Jesus will sit upon His Throne there on The Temple Mount) in Zion for Israel My Glory.

 

Well, what do you think? Trying to get folks to broaden their lines of thought. I have studied the Book of Revelation now for almost 50 years now and I request that we spend a few moments in prayer each day along with a few moments of Bible study. To me at least it seems that I get better vision when I am trying to understand Scriptural passages that I am reading if I give God a few moments before I start reading, maybe that will work for you.

 

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