God’s Promise About Death
Wes McAdams   -  

There is a beautiful song in Isaiah 25 that pictures a celebration feast, but that which the Lord is “swallowing up” isn’t food, but death itself. When he swallows up death, he will wipe away all of the tears from his people’s eyes and take away their reproach. How did Isaiah’s original audience understand this promise? How does the resurrection of Jesus tie into this promise? How should this promise shape the way we think about death and think about the future? (Scripture: Isaiah 25:6-8)