Friday, July 23, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 30 | Day 204 | Friday, July 23, 2021 | Isaiah 31-34

  #REDChallenge | Week 30 | Day 204 | Friday, July 23, 2021 | Isaiah 31-34

Isaiah 31

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Isaiah 33

Isaiah 34

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Day 204 | Friday, July 23, 2021 | Isaiah 31-34

Day 205 | Saturday, July 24, 2021 | Isaiah 35-36

Day 206 | Sunday, July 25, 2021 | Isaiah 37-39; Psalm 76

Day 207 | Monday, July 26, 2021 | Isaiah 40-43

Day 208 | Tuesday, July 27, 2021 | Isaiah 44-48

Day 209 | Wednesday, July 28, 2021 | 2 Kings 18:9-37; 2 Kings 19:1-37; Psalm 46, 80, 135

Day 210 | Thursday, July 29, 2021 | Isaiah 49-53

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  1. 4‭-‬5 This is what God told me: “Like a lion, king of the beasts, that gnaws and chews and worries its prey, Not fazed in the least by a bunch of shepherds who arrive to chase it off, So God-of-the-Angel-Armies comes down to fight on Mount Zion, to make war from its heights. And like a huge eagle hovering in the sky, God-of-the-Angel-Armies protects Jerusalem. I’ll protect and rescue it. Yes, I’ll hover and deliver.”
    Isaiah 31:4‭-‬5 MSG

  2. 1‭-‬8 But look! A king will rule in the right way, and his leaders will carry out justice. Each one will stand as a shelter from high winds, provide safe cover in stormy weather. Each will be cool running water in parched land, a huge granite outcrop giving shade in the desert. Anyone who looks will see, anyone who listens will hear. The impulsive will make sound decisions, the tongue-tied will speak with eloquence. No more will fools become celebrities, nor crooks be rewarded with fame. For fools are fools and that’s that, thinking up new ways to do mischief. They leave a wake of wrecked lives and lies about God, Turning their backs on the homeless hungry, ignoring those dying of thirst in the streets. And the crooks? Underhanded sneaks they are, inventive in sin and scandal, Exploiting the poor with scams and lies, unmoved by the victimized poor. But those who are noble make noble plans, and stand for what is noble.
    Isaiah 32:1‭-‬8 MSG

  3. 15‭-‬20 Yes, weep and grieve until the Spirit is poured down on us from above And the badlands desert grows crops and the fertile fields become forests. Justice will move into the badlands desert. Right will build a home in the fertile field. And where there’s Right, there’ll be Peace and the progeny of Right: quiet lives and endless trust. My people will live in a peaceful neighborhood— in safe houses, in quiet gardens. The forest of your pride will be clear-cut, the city showing off your power leveled. But you will enjoy a blessed life, planting well-watered fields and gardens, with your farm animals grazing freely.
    Isaiah 32:15‭-‬20 MSG

  4. 2‭-‬4 God, treat us kindly. You’re our only hope. First thing in the morning, be there for us! When things go bad, help us out! You spoke in thunder and everyone ran. You showed up and nations scattered. Your people, for a change, got in on the loot, picking the field clean of the enemy spoils.
    Isaiah 33:2‭-‬4 MSG

  5. 5‭-‬6 God is supremely esteemed. His center holds. Zion brims over with all that is just and right. God keeps your days stable and secure— salvation, wisdom, and knowledge in surplus, and best of all, Zion’s treasure, Fear-of-God.
    Isaiah 33:5‭-‬6 MSG

  6. 15‭-‬16 The answer’s simple: Live right, speak the truth, despise exploitation, refuse bribes, reject violence, avoid evil amusements. This is how you raise your standard of living! A safe and stable way to live. A nourishing, satisfying way to live.
    Isaiah 33:15‭-‬16 MSG

  7. 16‭-‬17 Get and read God’s book: None of this is going away, this breeding, brooding evil. God has personally commanded it all. His Spirit set it in motion. God has assigned them their place, decreed their fate in detail. This is permanent— generation after generation, the same old thing.
    Isaiah 34:16‭-‬17 MSG