We are going to Isaiah again and take a run through the first six chapters. Lord, we look to You for a revelation of Yourself.
Isaiah 1:3The ox knows his owner ...
Every time I read this verse I think about our neighbor in Texas. As soon as those cows heard his truck, they started mooing and running toward the proper place knowing they were going to be fed. The ox knows his owner.
Isaiah 1:3...and the ass his master’s crib ...
The ass is not quite as intelligent. He doesn’t know the master so much, but he knows the crib, the place where the food is found.
Isaiah 1:3...but Israel does not know, My people does not consider. ...more
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This book on the first chapters of Genesis is not concerning the literal creation of the universe. In Revelation 3:14 Jesus refers to Himself as "the Beginning of the creation of God." We know that Jesus was not created, for He is eternal. IN what way was Jesus the Beginning of the creation of God? The answer, of course, is Jesus is the Beginning of the Body of Christ. It becomes obvious that the creation account in Genesis chapter one is speaking mystically of the creation of the Body of Christ.