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Sunrise on Temple Mount in Jerusalem; Back to Previous Devotion

July 27 - Morning

"See, the Lord is going to lay waste the earth
and devastate it;
he will ruin its face and scatter its inhabitants—

it will be the same
for priest as for people,
for the master as for his servant,
for the mistress as for her servant,
for seller as for buyer,
for borrower as for lender,
for debtor as for creditor.

The earth will be completely laid waste
and totally plundered.

The Lord has spoken this word.

The earth dries up and withers,
the world languishes and withers,
the heavens languish with the earth.

The earth is defiled by its people;
they have disobeyed the laws, violated the statutes
and broken the everlasting covenant.

Therefore a curse consumes the earth;
its people must bear their guilt.
Therefore earth’s inhabitants are burned up,
and very few are left.

The new wine dries up and the vine withers;
all the merrymakers groan.
The joyful timbrels are stilled,
the noise of the revelers has stopped,
the joyful harp is silent.
No longer do they drink wine with a song;
the beer is bitter to its drinkers.
The ruined city lies desolate;
the entrance to every house is barred."

- Isaiah 24:1-10

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
God's Destruction of the Earth    

Outline of Isaiah chapter 24:
Destruction is mentioned 16 times in this chapter

"lay waste" Hb. signifies "emptying"
"he will ruin its face" indicates an earthquake
"ruin" means "to twist"
"face" speaks of the earth's surface
"scatter inhabitants" similar to the tower of Babel

Society is effected:

  • religiously
  • all social life
  • financially

No one can stop it

Modern society is concerned with physical pollution.
God is concerned about moral pollution.
God will destroy the physical planet because of the moral corruption.

"disobeyed the laws" refers to the knowledge of God's law that is written on men's hearts and
revealed through General Revelation (Romans 2:14-16)

"everlasting covenant" refers to God's covenant with Noah for mankind in Genesis 9:16

The wine dries up in judgment.
The best wine is restored in Isaiah 25:6

"the ruined city" is a general reference to the cities of man.
"desolate" is tohu in the Hebrew or "chaos" as in Genesis 1:2

"houses barred" because of crime.
The home is the last line of defense when the nation is overrun and the city is captured.

The city gate has been broken down.

This begins the rejoicing of the believers and godly survivors
It is a song of Thansgiving.

Chapters 24-27 are a mix of judgments and songs of rejoicing

This song begins in the West. Isaiah heard it from there first.
Then the East is exhorted to join and also the islands.
This refers to rejoicing Gentiles.

They raise their voices, they shout for joy;
    from the west they acclaim the Lord’s majesty.
Therefore in the east give glory to the Lord;
    exalt the name of the Lord, the God of Israel,
    in the islands of the sea.
From the ends of the earth we hear singing:
    “Glory to the Righteous One.”
But I said, “I waste away, I waste away!
    Woe to me!
The treacherous betray!
    With treachery the treacherous betray!”
- Isaiah 24:14-16

  Christian Quote from Church History
"Kindness makes a person attractive. If you would win the world, melt it, do not hammer it."
- Alexander Maclaren
Something to Ponder??

One analyst of Church attendance poll numbers made the following comment concerning the drop in church attendance and declining churches in America over the last twenty years, "I"m somewhat comforted by the idea that Americans have left dead churches." (here)

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Pasha (Hb) – to transgress (Eng) - The Hebrew word pasha means “to transgress” and “to rebel.”
If pasha is used in reference to nations it is translated as “rebel” as in 2 Kings 1:1 and 2 Kings 8:20.
If pasha is used in reference to our relationship with the Lord the meaning is
“transgress” as in Hosea 7:13 and Isaiah 66:24.


The names of Abraham's, brother, grandfather and great grandfatehr (Nahor 2x, Serug)
have been found in the excavations of ancinet Haran. Abraham spent five years in Haran with hs father Terah. (Genesis 11:22-25;
Genesis 11:27;
Genesis 11:31-32;
Genesis 12:4-5)

(Details HERE and HERE)

Confession to Action   Facts and Information
I will live in righteousness by being honorable and keeping my word.
I will avoid being deceitful and flee immorality.
  "Take the garment of one who puts up security for a stranger; hold it in pledge if he does it for a wayward woman."
- Proverbs 27:13
Read the Bible in a Year; Bible Reading Program
Read one chapter each day to read through the narrative portion (or, the story line) of the whole Bible Genesis-Acts in one year. Read the General Text of the Bible Read the Complete Text of the Bible in a Year
1 Kings 2 Jeremiah 39 Isaiah 44-46
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Photo of Jerusalem; Pictures of Israel Bible Map and Diagram
Monumental stairs on south side of Temple Mount Details of 2 Kings 23:36 and 2 Chronicles 36:5-8 when Nebuchadnezzar suffered extensive losses on the Plain of Gaza vs. the Egyptians. This encouraged Jehoiakim to rebel against Nebuchadnezzar even though Jeremiah sternly warned him not to.
The monumental stair case used by worshippers in the New Testament to access the Temple Gates and enter the Temple Courts on the south side of the Temple Mount. (More details here.)

Details of 2 Kings 23:36-24:1 and 2 Chronicles 36:5-8 when Nebuchadnezzar suffered extensive losses on the Plain of Gaza vs. the Egyptians. This encouraged Jehoiakim to rebel against Nebuchadnezzar 601 BC even though Jeremiah sternly warned him not to (Jeremiah 36).

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