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Isaiah 27: The Restoration of Israel

Leviathan, serpent, and reptile are metaphors used to refer to the enemies of God and His people. At that time, demonic forces acted through the empires of Assyria an Babylon to annihilator Israel.

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Leviathan, serpent, and reptile are metaphors used to refer to the enemies of God and His people. At that time, demonic forces acted through the empires of Assyria an Babylon to annihilator Israel.

However, the kings of these nations exercised their power within the limits of Divine permission.

When the Most High determined the end of oppression, He used His sword to do justice and exert judgment. Leviathan, serpent, and reptile are names attributed to the devil, who will receive from the Almighty at the end of time a just and terrible punishment for his actions against the Creator and His creatures.

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Isaiah 48: Israel Refined for God’s Glory

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Not in truth or in righteousness. Even though the people came from the ”house of Jacob” and the “wellsprings of Judah,” which means they would begin the lineage of the Messiah, there was no sincerity in their actions. The people seemed to serve God, for they fulfilled their religious rites, but there was no integrity or holiness in their conduct.

Nowadays, how many people have the fluent vocabulary of a religious person, but their faith is limited to their lips?

They are seemingly pious but live in the practice of injustice, they show spirituality but are hypocrites. The holy injustice; they show spirituality but are hypocrites. The holy and true character of God will not allow Him to come and rescue the false or declare the wicked innocent.

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Proverbs 29: The Influence of a Leader

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A nation’s situation reflects their leader. This also applies to any business or institution. When the righteous are in authority, they work hard to do the best for the population, and they succeed.

Good leaders work with dedication and are committed to the needs of those who are under their responsibility.

However, when the wicked are in authority, everyone suffers. Sadly, this is what happens when leaders are chosen without wisdom and responsibility.

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Isaiah 47: The Humiliation of Babylon

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Babylon is personified by a virgin daughter, a proud princess sitting on her throne. But her glory would come to an end because she would lose her reign and would sit in the dust, without riches or power.

The prestige and privileges of former times would turn into shame and pain.

Babylon symbolizes everything that opposes God – be it a political, religious, or economic domain. When judged and condemned by the Almighty, people, systems, or institutions that oppose Him will fall, no matter how controlling and influential they may be (Rev. 18).

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