I spread out My hands all the day to a rebellious people, who walk in a way that is not good, following their own devices." Isaiah 65:1-2
What a lovely thought! He is literally saying through the circumstances of our lives, "Here I am, here I am." He spreads out His arms and simply says, "Come!"
He is STILL ready to be sought by those who do not ask, and He is ready to be found by those who do not seek. Who will cross your intersection today seeking the truth you have? Be the light in your little part of the world. Look for the seekers. Share the Truth! You were created for such a time as this.
I love when the New Testament refers back to the Old! The Old Testament still has so much relevance for our lives today. Don't let anyone ever tell you it doesn't! Romans 10:20 refers back to the beautiful passage of Isaiah 65. The entire chapter of Romans 10 is a message of salvation for all to read. Take a moment today to read both of these passages. They are an accurate portrayal of where Israel was during the days of Isaiah, and an equally accurate portrayal of where we are today.
There are people all around us, seeking the Truth. They are looking for the Light and stumbling through intersections of religion with their faces buried in the current trend. Jesus Christ has not changed. He is the same yesterday as He is today and as He will be forever! He's ready to be sought, and ready to be found.
When you reflect on Romans 10 and Isaiah 65, what truths does God shed light on for you?
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