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Daily Bread : Isaiah 11,12,13,14; Hebrews 9

July 12, 2012

If the notes are incomplete feel free, to add in anything you have. I will be following up as soon as I can. Lets Grow!

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Notes from todays reading.

Trying to get caught up, I apologize…

Isaiah 11-14:

Chapter 11 was pretty cool. Verses 1-5 speak of our Jesus. Very powerful and educating statements of our Lord.

Chapter 11, Verses 6-9 speak of the Messianic age (when the messiah brings peace to the earth). I’m not sure if this is literal, or has parable type meanings behind it. Either way it seems to be an amazing time void of brutality and hostility down to the very animals that will be present.

Isaiah is a tough book to read as I have stated. But in chapter 13 verses 6-13 describes the day of the Lord’s coming as a great and dreadful day. God seeks for all to be saved, but those that don’t turn to Him and continue to live for themselves will face this day with complete fear, dread and terror. Scary.

14:12-17 – This passage had conflicting interpretations as I was searching to find more meaning behind it. But it is clear that this passage is rooted with the evil of Satan that was carried out by the King of Babylon, the Antichrist or any other ruler that perceives himself as a God.

Hebrews 9:

 Awesome chapter. Kinda deep but for the most part pretty cool explanation of our transition with finding forgiveness through the eternal High Priest. Verse 27 is a very straight forward reality for all of us to remember for ourselves but also for the people we know that don’t have a relationship with God. After death is judgement. Unbelievers always wonder what comes after death. Here you go… Judgement! This is not the judgement we can even fathom though, we can’t even begin to understand what eternity is like. Everything we know has an ending. Eternity has no ending, and to spend eternity separated from God is not going to be enjoyable.


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