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Isaiah writes about the promised Saviour

God shares His future plans with Isaiah.
Contributed by Richard Gunther
Story also available on our translated websites: Spanish, Portuguese
Over 700 years before Jesus was born, God told the prophet Isaiah about the Saviour He promised to send and what the Saviour would do. Isaiah wrote these words down and we can find them in the book of Isaiah in the Bible. When Jesus started His work, He read these words in the synagogue in Nazareth then at end said, ‘Today all these promises have come true.’ – Slide 1
‘The Lord God has put His Spirit in me. – Slide 2
‘This is because He has appointed me to tell the good news to the poor. – Slide 3
‘He has sent me to comfort those whose hearts are broken. – Slide 4
‘He has sent me to tell the captives they are free. – Slide 5
‘He has sent me to tell the prisoners that they are released. – Slide 6
‘He has sent me to announce the time when the Lord will show His kindness.’ – Slide 7
‘And the time when our God will punish evil people. (Jesus did not mention this part of Isaiah’s prophecy on this occasion but he did at other times.) – Slide 8
‘He has sent me to comfort all those who are sad. – Slide 9
‘I will give them the oil of gladness to replace their sorrow. I will give them clothes of praise to replace their spirit of sadness.’ – Slide 10
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