According to Isaiah 64:8, he is our potter and we are the clay. This is an audio devotional about submission, surrender, and being the work of His hand.
We are assured in Isaiah 64:6 that we all do fade as a leaf. Death is a result of sin. This audio devotional tells us earthly righteousness won't solve it.
This audio devotional describes the great goodness of God toward Israel. Looking at Isaiah 63:7, we will explore God's mercies and God's lovingkindnesses.
Isaiah 55:7 tells us that God will abundantly pardon. He will have mercy on those who forsake evil. You'll find more explanation in this audio devotional.
Isaiah 53:5 is referring to one person. The only person that ever died in our place and for our sins. Jesus is the focus of this text and audio devotional.
This audio devotional from Isaiah 52:7 is about the "beautiful feet" of those who bring good news. It's about proclaiming upon the mountains that God reigns.
The destruction of the world will come soon enough, according to Isaiah 51:6. But this text and audio devotional remind us to look with hope to eternity.
According to this prophecy from Isaiah 42:6-7, Jesus the Messiah would be a light of the Gentiles. This audio devotional takes a closer look at that idea.
This audio devotional reminds us that God can strengthen and help in times of fear. As Isaiah 41:10 tells us, He can lift us up when we are about to fall.