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More Woes in Isaiah
Posted on February 16, 2023 by Bryan Hodge
The word “woe” appears 21 times in the book of Isaiah. The word “woe” is an interjection of sorrow or grief. It is sometimes used as a warning. We have considered six of these “woes,” which occur in Isaiah 5, … Continue reading →
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