Bible Marginalia Series #53
The Lord will be your everlasting light,
and your God will be your glory.
Jesus read part of this section
in the synagogue in Nazareth-
It began to be his agenda
setting among the people.
It is also where we learn
just how challenging the ministry
would be for Jesus in his own home territory.
They became filled with wrath as He said-
"Today this Scripture
is fulfilled in your hearing."
He interprets Isaiah 61
as a reference to Himself.
The Lord's salvation
will bring a reversal
in the fortune of His people.
Liberty will take the place of bondage.
These verses form an outline
of the positive nature of the ministry
the Lords wants His people to perform.
The Lord desires to give beauty for ashes,
the oil of joy for mourning,
the garment of praise
for the the spirit of heaviness,
that He may be glorified.
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