A whole bag of woes

Isaiah 5-8

It looks like I may miss church again tomorrow, and that makes me sad.  I really feel a difference in my spirit when I miss out on corporate worship.  I hope we’ll be able to worship together as a family…the Lord is here with me, and I can worship him with all my heart, right here, right now.

I wish I could travel back in time and hear Isaiah up close and personal.  He was so bold in his pronouncements…and to know what I know now, about the conception and birth of Jesus, when Isaiah predicted by the word of the Lord that God would send a sign…the virgin would be with child!  It took hundreds of years from the time God gave Isaiah these words until their fulfillment.

In the meantime, we live in a topsy turvy world, where moral values are seen as narrow-mindedness at best and criminal at worst.  In a way, I do fear what will become of life as we know it.  When I read the “woes” from Isaiah, I tremble a bit inside and pray even harder for our nation…for the people out there who are clueless, and for those who are hostile to the gospel…because a whole bag of woe is on the way for those who:

Woe to those who call evil good
and good evil,
who put darkness for light
and light for darkness,
who put bitter for sweet
and sweet for bitter.

2 thoughts on “A whole bag of woes

    1. Dear daughter needs to see a doctor as soon as we can get her in. A spot of what we thought was eczema on her neck has become very red, swollen, and painful. She has very sensitive skin! Must be all those red-headed genes! 🙂

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