You’re familiar with the Great Commission as given by Jesus to the disciples in the New Testament. But do you realize that God commissioned others long before? Precept Ministry’s Kay Arthur offers the example of Isaiah, as she presents more of her Bible Study in Isaiah, “Judgment-But Hope.”
You’re a Christian. You share the gospel with others, but it’s like a brick wall. They have ears, but they don’t hear. They have eyes and you show them, but they don’t see. They have hearts, but they are as cold and as hard as ice. And you think, “What is wrong? Why are they not believing? Am I all wrong?” Oh no, Beloved. It’s part of delivering the gospel. We’ll talk
about it today.
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 # 15 - When The Word Falls On Deaf Ears