Isaiah Archives - Seedbed

God will not allow us to bask in some warm, fuzzy glow that does not face reality. If we choose to live without God, his shalom is an impossibility.

We live and produce divine fruit only because of our attachment to him, but it is through us that his fruit is picked by the world.

Jesus asked that God would glorify him in the last hour so that he could finish his task of glorifying God on earth by completing the work God had given him.

The Warrior promised to the Israelites is the Messiah himself, come to defeat sin in a climactic way.

God will not allow us to bask in some warm, fuzzy glow that does not face reality. If we choose to live without God, his shalom is an impossibility.
Antonio Balestra; 18th century

The end of the book of Isaiah teaches us that God himself will graciously enable us to fulfill the call to righteous living.

So what does Yahweh say to these discouraged, disillusioned, defeated, sinful people? Read more from John Oswalt as he introduces an important section in the book of Isaiah.

What is the call of the biblical prophet? In today's post, Brian Russell shares the two primary threats to the people of God, and how idolatry and injustice stand in the way of the future kingdom that God envisions for our world.

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