Feb 17, 2019
As Christians, we know we should praise God. The Bible makes that perfectly clear. But we don’t always do it. In fact, far too often we find ourselves whining and moaning to God, rather than singing His praises. Our circumstances can leave us complaining about our lot in life, and failing to recognize the grace, mercy, and kindness of God happening all around us. In Isaiah 26:1-9, we are going to hear a song being sung by the people of Judah, but it’s a song that has yet to be sung, because it is prophetic in nature. What we will see in these verses is a glimpse into the Millennial Kingdom, that 1,000-year period of time that comes at the end of the seven years of Tribulation that will come on the earth. The Millennium will feature Jesus Christ ruling in Jerusalem from the throne of David. He will be the King of kings and Lord of lords, and all those who live within His kingdom will sing His praises. The people of Israel and Judah, the Old Testament Saints, the Tribulation martyrs, and all those who come to faith in Christ during the church age, will worship God the Father and God the Son, singing their praises for all that they have done.