Can you see God in these long passages of Isaiah?

As we approach some days of long readings in Isaiah, let’s pause to understand Isaiah’s purpose in writing.  Isaiah was a well-educated man, married with two sons and called to preach in Jerusalem during the period of 740 BC until after 701 BC.  This was the period after King Uzziah died (ch6) and the succeeding … More Can you see God in these long passages of Isaiah?

Henry Law: When hope seems gone, let us rejoice in the God of our salvation

At Grace Gems, Henry Law comments: Psalm 59:16, 17. “But I will sing of Your power; yes, I will sing aloud of Your mercy in the morning; for You have been my defense and refuge in the day of my trouble. Unto You, O my strength, will I sing; for God is my defense, and the … More Henry Law: When hope seems gone, let us rejoice in the God of our salvation

The deepest doctrines of God have to do with everyday life.

John Piper, in a sermon on Exodus 33, “I WIll Be Gracious to Whom I Will Be Gracious” Now the question rises why in 33:18 Moses prayed to see God’s glory? “I pray thee, show me thy glory.” I think the reason was this: Moses knew that his request for God’s presence with a stiff-necked … More The deepest doctrines of God have to do with everyday life.

God cannot be managed

Job’s friends have theories about God.  They think they understand God.  But these theories can’t explain the reality of  Job’s situation. These theories attempt to place God in a box, to reduce God to someone they can control. But in Job 12, it is clear that God cannot be managed. “To God belong wisdom and power; counsel … More God cannot be managed