Isaiah 55 Devotional Commentary

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Isaiah 55:1

In the first section of Isaiah, we find the nation of Israel being told that God is going to judge their enemies, but He is also going to punish His people if they refuse to turn away from their wicked ways and return to the Lord God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.

Isaiah was one of many prophets who called for Israel to renounce their apostate ways and return to following the Lord in the beauty of holiness, but they refused to read more...

Isaiah 55:8

Too often, we try to second-guess God and venture to predict or anticipate what He is doing or what He we imagine He ought to be doing. Too frequently, we create in our minds an unreal God, made in our own image and likeness, instead of realising that we are made in His image and likeness. We forget that He is the eternal God and universal Creator Whose works and ways are beyond our limited comprehension, while we are temporal creatures, fallen men, a dying race read more...

Isaiah 55:11

God speaks lovingly and truthfully to His people, and in Isaiah 55, He desires that they come to Him and be restored back into His grace and favour. He longs to bestow His righteous blessings upon His people, Israel. He invites them to come and partake of His unconditional salvation. The Lord offers all those who are weary, heavy-laden, hungry and in need of refreshment to come to Him and drink of His gracious provision, at no cost and without money.