Isaiah 6:9 is a prophecy to Israel that they will hear but not understand; that they will see but not perceive this word from God to the nation"was"evident evenwhen Jesus, the Messiah, came to Israel. They heard Him and saw Him but did not understand Him or perceive who He was. As a result, a spirit of slumber is upon the people to this day (Isaiah29:10, Romans11:7-8).Nationally, Israel has not yet awakened to belief in Jesus.
But there is good news The Jews are still God s chosen people, and God promises their joyous redemption to come (Romans11:25-27).
Angella Thomas delivers a two-pronged message of hope and challenge: Jewish readers will be given hope when they see the remedy for this historical blindness, and Christians will be challenged to join God in fulfilling the redemption of His people.""But Israel shall be saved in the LORD with an everlasting salvation...."" Isaiah45:17.