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More Isaiah Tweets: 19-36

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

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

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?


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This blog’s central aim is to explore all aspects of how the Psalter (the biblical psalms) functions as Scripture today.

To this end it will also include book reviews on the Book of Psalms and related topics.

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