Lecture 245 – The Gospel According to St. Isaiah Chapter 60 Part 3

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Isaiah Chapter 60 Part 3
Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier 


In this lecture, we continue our discussion on chapter 60.

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2 thoughts on “Lecture 245 – The Gospel According to St. Isaiah Chapter 60 Part 3

  1. I liked your picturesque comentary on the New Jerusalem. Of course we know that what the city will really be like is beyond our powers as men to describe. It’s interesting that you connect the Queen of Sheba with the city, too. From what I know about her, she was a sinner, just like me. And yet, she brought spices and much gold and opals from Ophir to King Solomon. They said in former days, the 60’s it was, that Hilae Sillasy, the last king of Ethiopia was descended from Solomon. Wouldn’t that make him an iligitimate son of Solomon? It was said of this king that he was a Jew. I learned since that he was a Christian, a member of one of the oldest churches in the world. I wonder if king Solomon ever knew her son. Such a pity it is if he didn’t.
    Another question needing comment are the “preaching camels”. Well, camels bear spices and gold and opals. These images harken back to earthly concerns. Perhaps you, dear pastor, might be called a preaching camel. And I’m no queen but I do posess talents that a pastor might have a use for. Maybe the Holy Spirit can use me to help you in some way.
    Your sister in Christ, Roberta

    • Preaching camels. Now isn’t that a wonder. God can even use a donkey to preach His Word. Just ask Balaam. Moses writes, saying, “When the donkey saw the Messenger of Yahweh, she lay down under Balaam. And Balaam’s anger was kindled, and he struck the donkey with his staff. Then Yahwehe opened the mouth of the donkey, and she said to Balaam, “What have I done to you, that you have struck me these three times?” And Balaam said to the donkey, “Because you have made a fool of me. I wish I had a sword in my hand, for then I would kill you.” And the donkey said to Balaam, “Am I not your donkey, on which you have ridden all your life long to this day? Is it my habit to treat you this way?” And he said, “No.”” (Numbers 22:27–30)

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