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God > Any Worldly Power

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Isaiah 40:3–8, 15–23; 42:15–16; 47:7–11

π™Άπš˜πšβ€™πšœ πš™πš˜πš πšŽπš› πš’πšœ πšπš›πšŽπšŠπšπšŽπš› πšπš‘πšŠπš— πš πš˜πš›πš•πšπš•πš’ πš™πš˜πš πšŽπš›.
Isaiah repeatedly reminded his people of God’s matchless power, even compared to the oppressive worldly power that surrounded them.

Look for this message as you read Isaiah 40:3–8, 15–23; 42:15–16; and 47:7–11 (note that chapter 47 is addressed to Israel’s captor, Babylon).

What do these passages teach you about worldly things?

What do they teach you about God?

Ponder why this message might have been valuable to the Jews in captivity. Why is it valuable to you?

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🎨 πŸ–Ό: β€œThe Lord hath comforted his people, and will have mercy upon his afflicted” (Isaiah 49:13). Balm of Gilead, by Ann Adele Henrie

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