Isaiah Chapters 24-27 — God will deliver his people (apocalyptic)

“And it shall be said in that day, Lo this is our God;
We have waited for him, and he will save us:
this is the Lord; we have waited for him,
we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation.”

Isaiah Chapter 24 through 27: One Unit, One Handout

Isaiah teaches us of the great apostasy, when earth’s inhabitants made three major errors: They
‘transgressed the laws, changed the ordinance, [and broke] the everlasting covenant’ (24:5)

Because of this, God has wasted, turned upside down, emptied, and utterly spoiled the earth.

The earth mourns, fades away, languishes, is defiled, and a curse devours it (24:1-6).

The covenant is so important that Nephi quotes the Lord as saying:
“I am God, and . . . I covenanted with Abraham that I would remember his seed forever” (2Ne. 29:14).

God is remembering, but for the most part, His children are not.

Do we understand the importance of the ancient covenant, and of the covenants that the Lord is renewing with us today? 

In this section, the Lord gives the reason for the scattering of Israel.

This emphasis on the covenant should inspire us to study about it, pray about it, and ponder our commitment to the new and everlasting covenant that comprises all covenants we make with the Lord.

It should also encourage us to share the importance of the new and everlasting covenant with all of God’s children throughout the world.