Thursday, May 5, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 125 | The Prophets Before the Exile | Isaiah 61 – 64, Psalm 120

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 125 | The Prophets Before the Exile

Isaiah 61 – 64, Psalm 120

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. The Spirit of the Almighty Lord is with me because the Lord has anointed me to deliver good news to humble people. He has sent me to heal those who are brokenhearted, to announce that captives will be set free and prisoners will be released. ⌞He has sent me⌟ to announce the year of the Lord’s good will and the day of our God’s vengeance, to comfort all those who grieve. ⌞He has sent me⌟ to provide for all those who grieve in Zion, to give them crowns instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of ⌞tears of⌟ grief, and clothes of praise instead of a spirit of weakness. They will be called Oaks of Righteousness, the Plantings of the Lord, so that he might display his glory.
    Isaiah 61:1‭-‬3 GW

  2. You will be called the priests of the Lord. You will be called the servants of our God. You will consume the wealth of the nations. You will boast in their splendor.
    Isaiah 61:6 GW

  3. You will receive a double measure of wealth instead of your shame. You will sing about your wealth instead of being disgraced. That is why you will have a double measure of wealth in your land. You will have everlasting joy.
    Isaiah 61:7 GW

  4. I will find joy in the Lord. I will delight in my God. He has dressed me in the clothes of salvation. He has wrapped me in the robe of righteousness like a bridegroom with a priest’s turban, like a bride with her jewels. Like the ground that brings forth its crops and like a garden that makes the seed in it grow, so the Almighty Lord will make righteousness and praise spring up in front of all nations.
    Isaiah 61:10‭-‬11 GW

  5. I have posted watchmen on your walls, Jerusalem. They will never be silent day or night. Whoever calls on the Lord, do not give yourselves any rest, and do not give him any rest until he establishes Jerusalem and makes it an object of praise throughout the earth.
    Isaiah 62:6‭-‬7 GW

  6. The Lord has sworn with his right hand and with his mighty arm, “I will never again let your enemies eat your grain, nor will foreigners drink the new wine which you made.” Those who harvest grain will eat it and praise the Lord. Those who gather grapes will drink wine in my holy courtyards.
    Isaiah 62:8‭-‬9 GW

  7. They will be called Holy People, Those Reclaimed by the Lord, and you will be called Sought After, a City Not Deserted.
    Isaiah 62:12 GW

  8. Who is this coming from Bozrah in Edom with his clothes stained bright red? Who is this dressed in splendor, going forward with great strength? “It is I, the Lord. I am coming to announce my victory. I am powerful enough to save ⌞you⌟.”
    Isaiah 63:1 GW

  9. I looked, but there was no help. I was astounded that there was no ⌞outside⌟ support. So with my own power I won a victory. My anger supported me.
    Isaiah 63:5 GW

  10. Like animals going down into a valley, they were given rest by the Lord’s Spirit. In this way you guided your people to make an honored name for yourself.
    Isaiah 63:14 GW

  11. You are our Father. Even though Abraham doesn’t know us and Israel doesn’t pay attention to us, O Lord, you are our Father. Your name is our Defender From Everlasting.
    Isaiah 63:16 GW

  12. No one has ever heard, no one has paid attention, and no one has seen any god except you. You help those who wait for you.
    Isaiah 64:4 GW

  13. Don’t be too angry, Lord. Don’t remember our sin forever. Now look, we are all your people.
    Isaiah 64:9 GW

  14. When I was in trouble, I cried out to the Lord, and he answered me. O Lord, rescue me from lying lips and from a deceitful tongue.
    Psalms 120:1‭-‬2 GW