This Week’s Topic
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- Isaiah warned the Israelites that God felt like a sad parent.
- God ended up punishing his children for their disobedience.
- God promised he would bless his people even though they didn’t deserve it.
- Everyone messes up, but God gives us a second chance.
Isaiah 40:31 Those who trust in the Lord will find new strength.
See Also: Who Were the Prophets?
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