How can people hold such diametrically opposite views on subjects like abortion, traditional marriage and even science? Precept Ministry’s Kay Arthur explains why the light of the Holy Spirit is the difference maker as she continues her Bible Study in Isaiah.
We’ve come to Isaiah 5. It’s a very, very sobering chapter, Beloved. It is not an easy message. It is a chapter that is filled with woes. And as I told you, those woes appear more in Isaiah than any other prophet because God is laying out the sin of His people. And part of the sin of His people is the way people are “…call[ing] evil good and good evil…,” the way they’re substituting bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. (Isaiah 5:20) And we’re going to look at that.
They call the Prophet Isaiah the “the Prince of Prophets. Of all the quotes of the different prophets, no one was quoted more by Jesus Christ than Isaiah. And no one was quoted more by the apostles than the prophet Isaiah. And so we’re going to take a look at this incredible, incredible book for the next 14 weeks.
Precepts for Life: Isaiah, Part 1 # 10
Woe To The Wicked!