More Isaiah Tweets: 19-36

Isaiah 19:
Yahweh, we praise you that all nations can praise your name.
Hallelujah.

Isaiah 20:
Yahweh provides a strong foundation to build upon.
Humanity’s vanity makes a house of cards.

Isaiah 21:
Yahweh, help us to perceive the idols we worship and break them on the ground.

Isaiah 22:
When God opens a gate it should be entered;
It is fruitless to bang on a God-closed door.

Isaiah 23:
Tyre worn down by the road she chose.

Isaiah 24:
From the ends of the earth we hear singing:
“Glory to the Righteous One.”

Isaiah 25:
Hallelujah.
Yahweh, you are a shelter in the storm and a shade in the heat.
Hallelujah.

Isaiah 26:
Lord, you establish peace for us;
all that we have accomplished you have done for us.

Isaiah 27:
Sing about a fruitful vineyard:
I, the Lord, watch over it;
I water it continually.
I guard it day and night.

Isaiah 28:
I lay a stone in Zion;
a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation.
The one who relies on him need never be in anguish.

Isaiah 29:
O Yahweh, help us to be pilgrims with 20:20 vision;
enable your people to be true disciples who listen.

Isaiah 30:
Lord, we turnaround from idols &
fix our eyes on you;
we journey by roads &
byways that honour your instruction.

Isaiah 31:
Military power can turn a nation into precisely what it aims to oppose.
Yahweh, we rejoice we are a scattered people!

Isaiah 32:
A righteous king foretold;
The Spirit’s outpouring foreseen.
Hallelujah for eyes that see;
Hallelujah for ears that hear.

Isaiah 33:
Yahweh you are the surest of foundations.
Our knowledge of you transforms,
as we taste salvation and see with wise eyes.

Isaiah 34:
One day the nations will listen.

Isaiah 35:
The eschaton as crocus in the desert.

Isaiah 36:
Where has Judah placed its confidence?
In Egypt? In Yahweh?
Where have we placed our trust?

 

Author: PsalterMark

Psalm addict, disciple, son, husband, father, academic, theologian, cacti grower, steam enthusiast and ale drinker

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