Isaiah, 21

Isaiah, 21

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The book of Isaiah contains many prophecies about the nations surrounding Israel, and this chapter is no exception. The fall of Babylon was a significant event in ancient history, and Isaiah predicted it with accuracy. This chapter serves as a reminder of God's sovereignty and judgment over all nations, including those who oppose him. It also emphasizes the importance of humility, as the people of Edom learned when they too faced judgment. Overall, Isaiah 21 is a powerful reminder of God's power and the consequences of disobedience.


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