Faith-Tools

Monday, February 10
Isaiah 10:20–34

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There is joy in Isaiah’s announcement of a remnant that will survive the devastation of Assyria. The glory of God rises as God uses the very instruments of war as symbols of victory. The list of vulnerable cities that lay in the path of Assyria serves to give the people strength in the face of the indignation of God against the adversary. God will avenge all enemies.

All enemies—especially those from the spiritual world of darkness and the forces set against you. They are nothing when it comes to the power of God. You will find verses of Isaiah as faith-tools to tear down the strongholds of the Enemy that may yet lurk within you. Go to that place in your heart where the remnant lives—the part of you that is faithful to the Lord because of the anointing of the Holy Spirit upon your life.

The Reading for Today
Text     Audio

Bible Breaths
Leaning on the Lord my God v. 20
Remnant returning to You v. 21
God greater than my burdens v. 27
The lofty being brought low v. 33

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This is the Sixth Week in Epiphany, Year A.
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Mondays are dedicated to the Prophets,in this season the prophet Isaiah.

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