06 January 2011
Tis with a bit of sadness
we bid farewell today to Isaiah. We've had joy of his prophesies since November 27th. Tomorrow we move into Ezekiel for several weeks and into Romans for the NT readings (bidding farewell to the opening chapters of Matthew and Luke). It never ceases to amaze me how much of the Gospel Isaiah offers: the Incarnation and Virgin Birth; the ministry of the Baptist and the Baptism of our Lord; His sacrifice as the sinless Lamb, bearing our sins; His shining victory and the renewal of all things. I'm so thankful to Treasury for taking us through this round each year. So many gifts to welcome and rejoice in as they come day by day!
Posted by William Weedon at 8:44 PM