The prophecy of Isaiah addressed sinful Judah. They had forsaken the Lord and thus suffered God’s judgement by the Babylonians. In Isaiah 40-55 (which we are covering for the first half of the year), God spoke to the future of the people of Judah. Despite their sinfulness, God would not abandon them. He wanted them to trust in Him, reminding them ofHis majestic sovereignty over the world, and His steadfast love and commitment to them. A 2nd & greater exodus is promised through the Servant of the Lord. Isaiah’s message is still relevant today.

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