The Servant’s Incomparable God

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Without my glasses life is a blur. I can get by, sort of. But lights are too bright, shadows too dark, and words unintelligible. Without my glasses I miss a lot.

Our text asks the same questions twice: “Do you not know? Have you not heard?” (vv. 21, 28). It’s like the questioner is telling us we don’t have our glasses on—we’re missing something we should be able to see, we’re forgetting something we should already know.

What are we missing? And why?

Title: The Servant’s Incomparable God

Text: Isaiah 40.12–31


  • what the world is missing
  • what God’s people are missing


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