Lloyd-Jones, D. Martyn
The prophecy of Isaiah, written for the people of Israel while they were in captivity in Babylon, was given to encourage them that things would not always be so difficult. God had not abandoned them and the promises He had made to them in the past had not been rendered invalid by their disobedience. In The God of All Comfort Roger Ellsworth assures us that God is in complete control of every situation, even when He appears not to be. Written in the form of devotional readings, Ellsworth has selected from each of the final twenty-seven chapters of Isaiah a nugget for daily meditation, concluding each day with a series of questions or point to consider further.