From the first words of this chapter, Isaiah’s message changed from one of coming doom to one of comfort and peace and the coming of the LORD, the God of Israel.
Are you following God but facing one trial after another while others who follow only the desires of their hearts seem to flourish?
Despite the circumstances of our lives, we must trust in God, in His faithfulness and power to rescue us and set us free, even when …
Because God’s law was no longer being honored, Habakkuk, the prophet, cried out to God .
Thank You for the encouragement of Advent to focus and refocus our hearts on Your promises God.
Advent is the season of intentionally waiting as we slow down our lives, our hearts, and our schedules to reset and remember what we are truly waiting for.
We’ve always been on His mind. Think of it: The most important Man in the universe has always been thinking of [us]!
Keep the celebration for His first coming flowing and the anticipation growing for His second coming by staying grounded, rooted, and fixed on Him.
Take time to soak up all nine verses, they are beautiful and have a message of hope for all who belong to God through faith in Jesus Christ.
While we look forward to the second coming of Christ, the people of Judah were given hope and would have been looking forward to the first coming – the first Advent – the coming of the Messiah.