This passage has several famous quotes in it--"My glory I will not give to another" is just one. In it, Isaiah relates a prophecy with a double meaning, the near-term fulfillment just a shadow of the far-term conclusion. #Isaiah48 #CyrustheGreat
Isaiah 45: The Nature of Prophecy
Sometimes, in scripture, it seems as though God responds with compassion and answers to questions. Other times, it seems God responds with a rebuke. Why?
Isaiah 45: Cyrus Fulfilled Prophecy
God is never defeated or thwarted by what happens in the real world. The Lord is actually able to work through everything to move forward with God’s plan, and all events have one ultimate goal of redemption and restoration.
Isaiah 45: Cyrus the Great
The Bible does not offer superficial answers to these questions. The Bible does not offer catchy slogans or rhyming word art. The Bible instead pushes us to a mature view of Who God really is, so that we can put our trust in the God of reality, the God Who actually exists.
Isaiah 21: Oracles Against Babylon, Edom, and Arabia
What God revealed to Isaiah was so horrifying it caused the prophet intense physical pain.
Revelation 3: Sardis
Spiritually, the assembly in Sardis was like a slumbering city even as invading armies (of sin, perhaps) were gathering outside the walls.