Tag Archives: Isaiah 19

praying outside the box

Isaiah 19:23-25 23 On that day, there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria, and Assyria will come into Egypt, and Egypt into Assyria, and Egypt will worship together with Assyria. 24 On that day, Israel will be third … Continue reading

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Egypt will know Yahveh

Isaiah 19:16-22 16 On that day, Egypt will be like women, and will tremble and be afraid before the waving hand of Yahveh of armies that he waves against it. 17 And the land of Judah will become a terror … Continue reading

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a wind of confusion

Isaiah 19:9-15 9 And artisans of combed flax will be ashamed, and those who weave white linen. 10 And her weavers will be crushed; all workers for wage grieved of heart. 11 Surely the princes of Zoan are stupid; the … Continue reading

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I will consume his plan

Isaiah 19:1-8 1 An oracle about Egypt: See! Yahveh, riding on a swift cloud and arriving in Egypt. And the idols of Egypt will tremble in front of him, and the heart of Egypt melts in his inner parts. 2 … Continue reading

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false hope

Isaiah 19-20 It would have been embarrassing to see the great prophet walking around naked and barefoot for three years. The people probably thought that he had finally lost it – that he had gone utterly mad.  All this time … Continue reading

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false hope

Isaiah 19-20.  It would have been embarrassing to see the great prophet walking around naked and barefoot for three years. The people probably thought that he had finally lost it – that he had gone utterly mad.  All this time … Continue reading

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