I’ve been spending time in the Book of Isaiah. Some of it has been hard going, but ultimately inspiring and challenging. So much so that I’m going to do a short series of blog posts during September and October – sharing some of the blessings I’ve received 🙂
I hope you enjoy it, and would love to hear your thoughts on the posts.
In the mean time, I’m over on the UK Association of Christian Writers blog today. Click here to read the article. See you in September. x
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Hello! i will be honest, I haven’t read your post recently, but this morning I really wanted to. I was so shocked (yes, that’s exact reaction) to see that you are talking about Isaiah, as myself, I happened to be in chapters 25-26 just a few moments before. And since it was early, I thought I was reading the Psalms! I really look forward to you gleanings from the book of Isaiah and I promise to read your post! We are just to busy to see at God’s feet every day, in His word – that has to change. I hope and pray the Lord will use your efforts here. love in Christ, Angela.
Thank you so much for your encouragement Angela. I agree with you about busyness getting in the way of daily devotions. Reading Isaiah is part of my work on changing that. I’m no theologian, but I’m looking forward to sharing my ‘gleanings.’ God bless and thanks x
I am looking forward to this! Isaiah 55 is one of my favorite chapters in the Bible. 🙂
I will pray that it will be a blessing for you.
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Just a few minutes ago I was trying to decide what book of the Bible to read next. Then I read this post. I think I will read Isaiah, too. 🙂
I think i have had a change of heart about Isaiah. I am looking forward to reading from Isaiah and your posts on it, but I think my posts on my blog will be devoted to another book in the Bible. I spent some time reading the first two chapters, but nothing came to me. Writer’s block? Oh well, maybe another time. 🙂
It took me to chapter 13 before I felt I’d anything to write about – so I get where you’re coming from 🙂
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