Centuries before Christ was born, the prophet Isaiah challenged the futility of idol worship and spoke about God’s Servant—His life, His purpose, and His future impact. Remarking on the persistent prevalence of idolatry in today’s culture, Alistair Begg turns to Isaiah 42 to contrast the uselessness of man-made idols with the saving work of the Messiah Jesus. Embracing Christ as Savior is the only way we can begin to fully make sense of our existence.
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