A House of Prayer for All Nations

The Lord revealed through Isaiah that the church would be a house of prayer for all nations. Therefore, the Lord did not want the foreigner, the non-Jew, to say that the Lord had separated him from the Jews, nor did the Lord want the eunuch to be able to say that he was a dry tree as though he was not of any use to the Lord (Isaiah 56:3).
He promised to give to the eunuchs a name better than that of sons and daughters (Isaiah 56:4, 5). To the foreigners the Lord promised that He would accept their offerings and they would have a place in His house (Isaiah 56:6), explaining that, “My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations” (Isaiah 56:7). He promised further,
The Lord GOD, who gathers the outcasts of Israel, says,
“Yet I will gather to him
Others besides those who are gathered to him.”
(Isaiah 56:8)
Regardless of who you are, the Lord wants to accept you, but you have to accept the fact that Jesus is the Son of God. Do you believe that? Are you ready to turn from your sins? Have you been baptized to wash your sins?

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Don Ruhl

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