I did not get much out of today’s questions and passage from Isaiah. They seem simple and clearly a common message throughout the entire Old Testament: that God desires His people to turn from their evil ways and repent or face his wrath/punishment. Maybe I’m supposed to be getting something deeper out of this but I didn’t.
God wants all of us to be good people, follow His word, and do our best. Isaiah is merely echoing God’s desires in this passage and once again passing on a warning of calamity if not followed.