Bible in a Year
*WORD ALIVE in 365*
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Isaiah announced the bad news of the result of sin, but he also proclaimed a coming Messiah who would save people from their sins. Since Isaiah is a prophetic book and there are times I’m not sure how to share an image so I may slip in paintings of him or maps, okay?
An Oracle Concerning Cush
An Oracle Concerning Egypt (1-15)
Egypt, Assyria, Israel Blessed (16-24)
A Sign Against Egypt and Cush
Fallen, Fallen Is Babylon
Shipwreck in the Desert
by Carl Haag (1820-1915)
An Oracle Concerning Jerusalem
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