Tuesday, July 27, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 30 | Day 208 | Tuesday, July 27, 2021 | Isaiah 44-48

  #REDChallenge | Week 30 | Day 208 | Tuesday, July 27, 2021 | Isaiah 44-48

Isaiah 44

Isaiah 45

Isaiah 46

Isaiah 47

Isaiah 48

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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. 6‭-‬8 God, King of Israel, your Redeemer, God-of-the-Angel-Armies, says: “I’m first, I’m last, and everything in between. I’m the only God there is. Who compares with me? Speak up. See if you measure up. From the beginning, who else has always announced what’s coming? So what is coming next? Anybody want to venture a try? Don’t be afraid, and don’t worry: Haven’t I always kept you informed, told you what was going on? You’re my eyewitnesses: Have you ever come across a God, a real God, other than me? There’s no Rock like me that I know of.”
    Isaiah 44:6‭-‬8 MSG

  2. 18‭-‬19 Pretty stupid, wouldn’t you say? Don’t they have eyes in their heads? Are their brains working at all? Doesn’t it occur to them to say, “Half of this tree I used for firewood: I baked bread, roasted meat, and enjoyed a good meal. And now I’ve used the rest to make an abominable no-god. Here I am praying to a stick of wood!”
    Isaiah 44:18‭-‬19 MSG

  3. 25‭-‬28 He makes the magicians look ridiculous and turns fortunetellers into jokes. He makes the experts look trivial and their latest knowledge look silly. But he backs the word of his servant and confirms the counsel of his messengers. He says to Jerusalem, “Be inhabited,” and to the cities of Judah, “Be rebuilt,” and to the ruins, “I raise you up.” He says to Ocean, “Dry up. I’m drying up your rivers.” He says to Cyrus, “My shepherd— everything I want, you’ll do it.” He says to Jerusalem, “Be built,” and to the Temple, “Be established.”
    Isaiah 44:25‭-‬28 MSG

  4. 15‭-‬17 Clearly, you are a God who works behind the scenes, God of Israel, Savior God. Humiliated, all those others will be ashamed to show their faces in public. Out of work and at loose ends, the makers of no-god idols won’t know what to do with themselves. The people of Israel, though, are saved by you, God, saved with an eternal salvation. They won’t be ashamed, they won’t be at loose ends, ever.
    Isaiah 45:15‭-‬17 MSG

  5. 8‭-‬11 “Think about this. Wrap your minds around it. This is serious business, rebels. Take it to heart. Remember your history, your long and rich history. I am God, the only God you’ve had or ever will have— incomparable, irreplaceable— From the very beginning telling you what the ending will be, All along letting you in on what is going to happen, Assuring you, ‘I’m in this for the long haul, I’ll do exactly what I set out to do,’ Calling that eagle, Cyrus, out of the east, from a far country the man I chose to help me. I’ve said it, and I’ll most certainly do it. I’ve planned it, so it’s as good as done.
    Isaiah 46:8‭-‬11 MSG

  6. 22 “There is no peace,” says God, “for the wicked.”
    Isaiah 48:22 MSG