The prophecies of Isaiah speak into a time when God’s people were experiencing disorientation and displacement. Expelled from their homeland, threatened by the powers of this world and overwhelmed by their own rebellion, Israel found itself in a precarious moment. Isaiah entered that confusion and called for the people to repent and entrust themselves to a faithful God. The New Testament says that we, as followers of Jesus, find ourselves in a very similar situation. While freed from condemnation in Christ (a new reality, which had only been foretold in the time of Isaiah), we are not yet home. The world is not yet renewed and we are not yet who we are meant to be. Through this series, we will receive fresh encouragement and challenge from the voice of Isaiah along our journey home. What we will find, time and again, is that Isaiah ultimately points us to Jesus, the Faithful One who is leading us home.