Here Am I! Send Me

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 444 pages
An in depth, verse-by-verse commentary on the Book of Isaiah, Chapters 1-23. Though these Old Testament prophecies were made over 2,500 years ago, many have come to fruition. Others are being unveiled right before our eyes. Still others are yet to come true, but we know God's promises always will come true. It's easy to see the demise of ancient Israel, when its people ceased to honor the Lord. This should give Americans a wake-up call, as this country also has ceased to honor Him. If He judged His chosen people, will He be more lenient with us? Volumes II and III available in 2008! Garry Glaub is a tennis professional living in Laguna Beach, California. He spent most of his adult life running away from the Lord, and is astounded at the Lord's grace in his life. Having had a great debt forgiven, his love for the Lord has changed every aspect of his life. Garry is thankful to his friends and family, who continued to pray for his salvation for many years. He never will underestimate the power of prayer. He spends his free time studying God's Holy Word. Garry wants all of you to know that same forgiveness. It is only a prayer away!
 

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Contents

Preface
ix
Isaiahs Prophecy Regarding Judah
15
The Vision of Isaiah
17
War No More
39
Tribulation Terror Brings Brokenness
57
Gods Chosen People Come to Know Him
73
The Seven Woes
87
Here Am I Send Me
109
A Hymn of Praise
245
Babylon
257
Pride and the Fall of Lucifer
275
The Burden on Moab
299
The Fall of Moab
309
Damascus Will Be Gone
323
Ethiopia or Somewhere Else?
345
Egypt
355

Isaiahs Prophecy Regarding Israel
127
The Immanuel Prophecy
129
ShearJashub and MaherShalalHashBaz
153
Unto Us a Child is Born
173
The Assyrian
197
The Messiah
223
Naked and Barefoot
377
Babylon Is Fallen and the Burdens on Edom and Arabia
385
The Burden of Jerusalem and a Man Named Shebna
401
The Burden of Tyre
419
Epilogue and Acknowledgments
437
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