DAILY BIBLE READING 10 September 2020

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Daily Bible Reading: Isaiah 22-24, Psalm 100


Isaiah 22:1-3 (NKJV) The burden against the Valley of Vision. What ails you now, that you have all gone up to the housetops, you who are full of noise, A tumultuous city, a joyous city? Your slain men are not slain with the sword, Nor dead in battle. All your rulers have fled together; They are captured by the archers. All who are found in you are bound together; They have fled from afar.


Isaiah 24:1 (NLT) Look! The LORD is about to destroy the earth and make it a vast wasteland. He devastates the surface of the earth and scatters the people.

God’s judgment on the nations through the Assyrian invasions (chaps. 13-23) forms a backdrop for the Lord’s eventual judgment on the whole world (24:1, 4). Known as “Isaiah’s apocalypse,” chapters 24-27 describe the earth’s devastation and people’s intense suffering during the coming Tribulation and the blessings to follow in the millennial kingdom.

The Bible Knowledge Commentary: An Exposition of the Scriptures by Dallas Seminary Faculty.

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