Boasting when humility is needed: Isaiah 9

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Today’s reading: Isaiah 9-12.

Between two major prophecies about the Messiah, the prophet Isaiah tucks a little story about the foolish pride of the Israelites. Before the story Isaiah proclaims that a child is born, the wonderful counselor who will be the prince of peace and establish a righteous government on David’s throne for all time. After the story the prophet describes the millennial kingdom of the Messiah when even nature is restored to peaceful coexistence as the wolf lives with the lamb and the lion eats straw like the ox. But the Messiah’s kingdom lies somewhere in the future. The present reality consists of foolish men who ignore God’s rebuke and pridefully believe they have the power to overcome the consequences of their sin.

The story goes like this. The northern kingdom of Israel has suffered much from the attacks of the Assyrians. Though God has allowed this invasion…

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