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Gilbert House Fellowship #170: Isaiah 54-58

ALTHOUGH ISAIAH had been told by the Lord that judgment was coming to the house of Israel, it would not be forever. This week’s study includes condemnation for unjust rulers but also a promise of future redemption and restoration on the holy mountain of God.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #169: 2 Kings 19; Psalms 46, 80, 135; Isa. 50-53

THERE IS a chapter in the Book of Isaiah that is so clearly about the suffering servant, the Messiah, that rabbis have tended to avoid it for centuries.

This week, we discuss the prayer of Hezekiah for deliverance from the army of Assyria, God’s miraculous reply, and the prophecy of Isaiah 53 so powerful that it has essentially been blackballed in modern Judaism.

Click here for comments on Isaiah 53 by respected rabbis through history and a list of New Testament references to Isaiah’s prophecy.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #168: Isaiah 45-49

Cyrus the Great

ISAIAH’S PROPHECY of Cyrus the Great, king of Persia, about 150 years before he conquered Babylon is one of the remarkable sections of the Bible that proves its authenticity.

We discuss God’s choice of a pagan king as his “anointed,” the restoration of Israel, and prophecies of God’s eventual dominion over all the nations.

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