Isaiah 21 (BBT Translation)

The Lord Will Judge Babylon 21:1 Here is a message about the Desert by the Sea: Like strong winds blowing in the south, one invades from the desert, from a land that is feared. 21:2 I have received a distressing message: “The deceiver deceives, the destroyer destroys. Attack, you Elamites! Lay siege, you Medes! I will put an end to all the groaning!” 21:3 For this

Isaiah 22 (BBT Translation)

The Lord Will Judge Jerusalem 22:1 Here is a message about the Valley of Vision: What is the reason that all of you go up to the rooftops? 22:2 The noisy city is full of raucous sounds; the town is filled with revelry. Your slain were not cut down by the sword; they did not die in battle. 22:3 All your leaders ran

Isaiah 23 (BBT Translation)

The Lord Will Judge Tyre 23:1 Here is a message about Tyre: Wail, you large ships, for the port is too devastated to enter! From the land of Cyprus this news is announced to them. 23:2 Lament, you residents of the coast, you merchants of Sidon who travel over the sea, whose agents sail over 23:3 the deep waters! Grain from the Shihor

Isaiah 24 (BBT Translation)

The Lord Will Judge the Earth 24:1 Look, the LORD is ready to devastate the earth and leave it in ruins; he will mar its surface and scatter its inhabitants. 24:2 Everyone will suffer – the priest as well as the people, the master as well as the servant, the elegant lady as well as the female attendant, the seller as well as

Isaiah 25 (BBT Translation)

25:1 O LORD, you are my God! I will exalt you in praise, I will extol your fame. For you have done extraordinary things, and executed plans made long ago exactly as you decreed. 25:2 Indeed, you have made the city into a heap of rubble, the fortified town into a heap of ruins; the fortress of foreigners is no longer

Isaiah 26 (BBT Translation)

Judah Will Celebrate 26:1 At that time this song will be sung in the land of Judah: “We have a strong city! The LORD’s deliverance, like walls and a rampart, makes it secure. 26:2 Open the gates so a righteous nation can enter – one that remains trustworthy. 26:3 You keep completely safe the people who maintain their faith, for they trust

Isaiah 27 (BBT Translation)

27:1 At that time the LORD will punish with his destructive, great, and powerful sword Leviathan the fast-moving serpent, Leviathan the squirming serpent; he will kill the sea monster. 27:2 When that time comes, sing about a delightful vineyard! 27:3 I, the LORD, protect it; I water it regularly. I guard it night and day, so no one can harm it. 27:4 I am not angry. I

Isaiah 28 (BBT Translation)

The Lord Will Judge Samaria 28:1 The splendid crown of Ephraim’s drunkards is doomed, the withering flower, its beautiful splendor, situated at the head of a rich valley, the crown of those overcome with wine. 28:2 Look, the sovereign master sends a strong, powerful one. With the force of a hailstorm or a destructive windstorm, with the might of a driving, torrential

Isaiah 29 (BBT Translation)

Ariel is Besieged 29:1 Ariel is as good as dead – Ariel, the town David besieged! Keep observing your annual rituals, celebrate your festivals on schedule. 29:2 I will threaten Ariel, and she will mourn intensely and become like an altar hearth before me. 29:3 I will lay siege to you on all sides; I will besiege you with troops; I will raise siege works

Isaiah 30 (BBT Translation)

Egypt Will Prove Unreliable 30:1 “The rebellious children are as good as dead,” says the LORD, “those who make plans without consulting me, who form alliances without consulting my Spirit, and thereby compound their sin. 30:2 They travel down to Egypt without seeking my will, seeking Pharaoh’s protection, and looking for safety in Egypt’s protective shade. 30:3 But Pharaoh’s protection will bring you nothing