In chapter 30, we saw the woes to those who trust in Egypt. In chapter 31, that woe continues.
Chapter 32 has a few good verses. At the start, there’s reference to having shelter from the storm. Which of course takes me back to my favorite uncle, Uncle Bob, Bob Dylan. If you’ve never listened to his song, “Shelter from the Storm,” you should.
Another good verse in 32 says, “He who is a noble plans noble things, and on noble things he stands.” That’s worth pondering.
The last notable verse in chapter 32 says, “The effect of righteousness will be peace,and the result of righteousness, quietness and trust forever.” Another thought worth pondering.
In chapter 33, Isaiah basically says something to the effect that things are bad now, but God will arise soon. Cling to verse 22 of that chapter. Israel did and we should too.