Fallen, Fallen is Babylon the Great! (Isaiah 13:1-14:23)

Isaiah - sermon series at Elmira Christian Center

While the first section of Isaiah (1-12) dealt primarily with the nation of Israel, the next section (13-27) focuses on God’s plan for the nations of the world. Although the prophecies found here concern the fate of ancient nations like Babylon, Tyre, Moab, and Assyria, they are still part of God’s message to his people, which includes us: Though God will be faithful to judge the earth in righteousness, he will be faithful to save those who trust in him.  In this sermon, Mitch Bedzyk teaches that those who trust the Lord can have confidence in His perfect and sovereign plan. This passage shows us that the same power that raises and overthrows nations, that opposes and conquers kings is a power of compassion and salvation to those who trust in God alone.