I guess I should pay closer attention to what Isaiah is saying but he's lost me as a writer.
Isaiah/God continues to tell us how great he is, why it's wonderful that he likes the Israelites (imagine if he DIDN'T like them!) and says something about how barren women, or women who have lost a child, or both should be ok with it because HE (God) is their husband. Or, did I miss the point because I just don't care??
Chapter 53 has me very confused. Is Isaiah trying to tell us we're supposed fel sorry for God? Or am I reading this wrong and we're supposed to feel sorry for the unsaved man? Or, did I miss the point because I just don't care??
Considering this is the inspired word of god almighty, it's not very clear sometimes. When missionaries handed out bibles to tribes back in the day, did they really expect these people to catch on to christianity based on the Bible? Or, did I miss the point because I don't care??
What do I care about? The Viking Kittens!