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28/07/2020 - ISAIAH´S VISION

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The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah..  Isaiah 1:1

Although I have already written about this verse in message number 626, we will see what Isaiah said about his people, and about us as well, according to his vision of spiritual reality, which should be told to all. The revelation is the same, but each one sees it from a slightly different but true angle.

The ministry of this prophet began modestly, as does everything the Lord has as a source of inspiration and fulfillment. The Most High would never make someone inexperienced start big, because he could surrender to vanity and consider himself a prodigy, denying glory to the One who truly deserves it. Nothing is more dangerous than a person thinking that there is something different about them or if they think they are the best.

Isaiah began his work when Uzziah was king of Judah. Judah ruled for 55 years (2 Chr 26: 3), and we do not know exactly when the prophet began to be known as such. He continued to prophesy in the reign of three subsequent kings: Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, who was one of the greatest kings Judah ever had. Isaiah is considered by many to be the most enlightened prophet in all of Holy Scripture.

In the year of Uzziah’s death Isaiah had a beautiful vision in which he saw the Most High. Everyone would like to have this privilege, but little is known of what was shown and represented to him. It certainly made a big impact on this man’s faith. As the scene ended, Isaiah saw the Lord sitting on a high and sublime throne, and heard God’s question as to who would go for them. His answer was, Send me to me (Isa. 6: 8).

That was one of his visions in the course of obedience to the Most High. Now God’s purpose in showing you something is to lead you to make a decision for your life and the Kingdom of Heaven. Therefore, heed the words of the Lord. By giving you the revelation, He is prepared to fulfill it in you. God will always say something to use us or keep us from falling into sin. Heavenly Father is good and wise!

Isaiah saw four kings go by. Some were evil servants of God, but there were those who honored Him and did the work of His pleasure. May you be said the same! Your feeling of loving the Lord has a purpose. So keep your eyes on the Scriptures to correctly fulfill the divine plans for you. Otherwise, you will be the only one losing out. The Almighty expects you to keep the Word and be happy.

The message the prophet receives from God must be conveyed to the one addressed. An apocryphal book states that the wicked king Manasseh son of Hezekiah, besides killing his brothers, also sent Isaiah to be sown. If this happened, it did not intimidate him, because he glorified the Lord even in death. So must the true servant act.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Oh God! No matter how we glorify you in our death. Those who fear the threats of the wicked are not meant to be in the group of those who love you to the end. Father, be glorified with our lives until the day we depart. Hallelujah!

The important thing is to pass on your vision. To speak of what does not come from You is to harm those who listen to us. The flesh is good for nothing, so we ask that you reveal to us your holy and powerful Word.

We are not seeking fame or advice from men. We are interested in proclaiming Your love, fulfilling Your will, and leading the people to know You as the only God and Lord. Thank You for using us and loving us! Amen!


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