Tuesday, May 3, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 123 | The Prophets Before the Exile | Isaiah 55 – 57, Psalm 119 vv. 129 – 152

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 123 | The Prophets Before the Exile

Isaiah 55 – 57, Psalm 119 vv. 129 – 152

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. Why do you spend money on what cannot nourish you and your wages on what does not satisfy you? Listen carefully to me: Eat what is good, and enjoy the best foods.
    Isaiah 55:2 GW

  2. Open your ears, and come to me! Listen so that you may live! I will make an everlasting promise to you— the blessings I promised to David. I made him a witness to people, a leader and a commander for people.
    Isaiah 55:3‭-‬4 GW

  3. You will summon a nation that you don’t know, and a nation that doesn’t know you will run to you because of the Lord your God, because of the Holy One of Israel. He has honored you.”
    Isaiah 55:5 GW

  4. Seek the Lord while he may be found. Call on him while he is near.
    Isaiah 55:6 GW

  5. Let wicked people abandon their ways. Let evil people abandon their thoughts. Let them return to the Lord, and he will show compassion to them. Let them return to our God, because he will freely forgive them.
    Isaiah 55:7 GW

  6. “My thoughts are not your thoughts, and my ways are not your ways,” declares the Lord. “Just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so my ways are higher than your ways, and my thoughts are higher than your thoughts.”
    Isaiah 55:8‭-‬9 GW

  7. “Rain and snow come down from the sky. They do not go back again until they water the earth. They make it sprout and grow so that it produces seed for farmers and food for people to eat.
    Isaiah 55:10 GW

  8. My word, which comes from my mouth, is like the rain and snow. It will not come back to me without results. It will accomplish whatever I want and achieve whatever I send it to do.”
    Isaiah 55:11 GW

  9. You will go out with joy and be led out in peace. The mountains and the hills will break into songs of joy in your presence, and all the trees will clap their hands.
    Isaiah 55:12 GW

  10. Blessed is the one who does these things and the person who holds on to them. Blessed is the one who keeps the day of rest—a holy day, from becoming unholy and his hands from doing anything wrong.
    Isaiah 56:2 GW

  11. This is what the Lord says: ⌞I will remember⌟ the castrated men who keep my days of rest as holy days, choose what pleases me, and faithfully observe the conditions of my promise.
    Isaiah 56:4 GW

  12. Inside my house and within my walls, I will give them something better than sons and daughters. I will give them a monument and a name. I will give them a permanent name that will not be forgotten.
    Isaiah 56:5 GW

  13. Then I will bring them to my holy mountain and make them happy in my house of prayer. Their burnt offerings and their sacrifices will be acceptable on my altar, because my house will be called a house of prayer for all nations.
    Isaiah 56:7 GW

  14. It will be said: “Build a road! Build a road! Prepare the way! Remove every obstacle in the way of my people!”
    Isaiah 57:14 GW

  15. The High and Lofty One lives forever, and his name is holy. This is what he says: I live in a high and holy place. But I am with those who are crushed and humble. I will renew the spirit of those who are humble and the courage of those who are crushed.
    Isaiah 57:15 GW

  16. “There is no peace for the wicked,” says my God.
    Isaiah 57:21 GW

  17. Save me from human oppression so that I may obey your guiding principles.
    Psalms 119:134 GW

  18. Smile on me, and teach me your laws.
    Psalms 119:135 GW

  19. Your promise has been thoroughly tested, and I love it.
    Psalms 119:140 GW

  20. My eyes are wide-open throughout the nighttime hours to reflect on your word.
    Psalms 119:148 GW

  21. You are near, O Lord, and all your commandments are reliable.
    Psalms 119:151 GW