Day 4

Glimpses of New Creation

from the Everything New reading plan

Isaiah 35:1-10, Isaiah 65:1-12, Isaiah 65:17-25

BY She Reads Truth

After reading today’s passages, use the guiding content below to help you reflect, respond, and engage with one another.

The Old Testament prophets looked forward to the day when God’s heavenly kingdom would be an everlasting presence on earth. Prophets used poetic language and imagery to suggest what this renewed world would be like.

In prayer and in the comments, reflect on any images from today’s passages that were familiar to you. What images point to the different or “beyond” nature of what’s to come?

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126 thoughts on "Glimpses of New Creation"

  1. Brynn Bertl says:

    The wolf and the lamb shall feed together spoke to me for some reason I guess because it seems like such an unrealistic image but when I looked it up I found this: The people of God are comparable to lambs, for their harmlessness and innocence; and wicked men to wolves, for their fierceness and cruelty; but, by the grace of God, the latter become as mild and as gentle as the former, and live upon the same spiritual food, and join with them in attendance on the word and ordinances, where they find spiritual refreshment and comfort together and this really spoke to me because it really helps to show God has the final judgement of all of us and that through him anything is possible

  2. Isaly Acevedo says:

    Mountains are reoccurring images and to me represent his protection but mountains also reflect our journey with hiM in accepting and being patient for the new: a challenge, rewarding.

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