Isaiah – Chapter 63: God’s Day of Vengeance and Redemption


Today we learn about God’s day of vengeance and redemption. This cannot end well. LOL!

“I have trodden the winepress alone; from the nations no one was with me. I trampled them in my anger and trod them down in my wrath; their blood spattered my garments, and I stained all my clothing.” – Isaiah 63:3

A very angry, jealous god who has no interest in peace and love.

“I trampled the nations in my anger; in my wrath I made them drunk and poured their blood on the ground.” – Isaiah 63:6

God needs his bloodlust satisfied and he does it through the people he supposedly loves.

“I will tell of the kindnesses of the Lord, the deeds for which he is to be praised, according to all the Lord has done for us—” – Isaiah 63:7

WTF??? This verse on kindness comes immediately after God destroyed many nations. Seriously?

“In his love and mercy he redeemed them; he lifted them up and carried them all the days of old. Yet they rebelled and grieved his Holy Spirit. So he turned and became their enemy and he himself fought against them.”- Isaiah 63:9-10

God’s love comes with many conditions attached. That’s not love. That’s abuse.

“Why, Lord, do you make us wander from your ways and harden our hearts so we do not revere you?” – Isaiah 63:17

God does this because he is not interested in helping you. He gets his energy from watching others suffer.

This chapter starts by describing the nations God has destroyed and immediately follows that with how nice God is and they help he will provide the people. SMH. This is an evil god not interested in helping the people.

Coming Soon: Isaiah – Chapter 64: Untitled

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