Better than Idols

Posted: September 30, 2013 in Isaiah

Isaiah 44, “Better than Idols”

Have you ever watched a kid doing something, and wonder “What on earth are you doing?!” Some things are just so foolish, you have to wonder how they ever came up with the idea.

We might say the same thing about idolatry. It simply doesn’t make any sense. How could someone worship a god of their own making? It’s worshipping their own imagination…it’s senseless. The true God is beyond us. The true God created us. The true God saves us. THAT’s a God worthy of our worship!

The God of Israel is far better than the illogical gods of idolatry. God actually DOES deliver! He is always faithful to His promises, so He is always worthy of our trust.

Isaiah 44

God’s promised restoration of Israel #1 (vss. 1-5)

1 “Yet hear me now, O Jacob My servant, And Israel whom I have chosen. 2 Thus says the LORD who made you And formed you from the womb, who will help you: ‘Fear not, O Jacob My servant; And you, Jeshurun, whom I have chosen.

Like Ch. 43, Ch. 44 also picks up in the middle of a thought: “Yet hear me now…” There is a contrast in the beginning of Ch. 44 with how Ch. 43 ended. [Isaiah 43:25-28] Terrible punishment was coming. Israel had wearied God with their sin and lack of faith, and God was bringing a profanity and reproach they could hardly imagine. All that was true – “yet” there was something more! God wasn’t done with Israel. He had good news yet to come.

What was the good news? It was that Israel still belonged to the Lord. God had not cast Israel away. They were still the people of God. Notice the repeated emphasis: “My servant…I have chosen…who made you and formed you…who will help you…” Over & over again, God affirms His relationship with Israel as His own special people.

None of that has changed today! There are some who believe that the Church has completely displaced the nation of Israel, and that the Jews don’t matter to God any more than any other people group in the world. To put it simply: that’s simply wrong. Over & over again the OT affirms God’s choosing of Israel, and the NT picks up on exactly the same thought. Romans 11:1, “I say then, has God cast away His people? Certainly not! For I also am an Israelite, of the seed of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin.” [] That’s not to say that Israel is currently saved. Far from it! No one is saved outside of faith in Christ Jesus, including the Jew. But God does have a plan for the Jewish people, and they will come to faith in the Lord Jesus. (Rom 11:26)

There is good news for the Gentile Christian in all of that. Some might wonder if God still has a plan for Israel, what does that mean for the Christian today? It means this: God keeps His word! When He made an unconditional promise to the nation of Israel, God honored it. When He made a promise to you & me that we would be saved, and be made into joint-heirs with Jesus in His kingdom, that’s exactly what God means to do! God will honor His word, down to the last letter.

God had chosen His people, and He had formed His people (a thought to which the prophecy will return later on in Ch. 44). The point here is that God was active in the lives of His people. He was invested in their blessing & well-being. Because of that, Israel had no reason to “fear.” They would be disciplined in the short-term, but the long-term picture was glorious! 

3 For I will pour water on him who is thirsty, And floods on the dry ground; I will pour My Spirit on your descendants, And My blessing on your offspring;

The blessing that God would give would be like a flood of life-giving water to His people. They would be soaked in the blessing of God – refreshed by the Spirit of God.

This is the same thought Jesus referred to when speaking of the rivers of living water that would flow out of those who came to Him (Jn 7:38)…

Can you say that your relationship with God is like a river of water flowing out of your soul? Or does it feel more like a drip? Jesus promised us that we could be filled & empowered with the Holy Spirit! We need His filling!

4 They will spring up among the grass Like willows by the watercourses.’ 5 One will say, ‘I am the LORD’s’; Another will call himself by the name of Jacob; Another will write with his hand, ‘The LORD’s,’ And name himself by the name of Israel.

God’s flood of blessing would nourish the nation, and the people would become populous again. The nation that would be battered, beaten, and almost destroyed would not be completely killed off. A remnant would remain, and that remnant would grow. Eventually the people would “spring up…like willows.”

Notice where they would spring up: “by the watercourses.” So similar to Psalm 1 – how the man of God is like a tree planted by the rivers of water!

Not only would the nation be fruitful, but the nation would be faithful. In their sin, they had gone after false gods and the idols of other nations, but in the future they would identify themselves as belonging to the LORD – the covenant-keeping God of Israel. Of course God was always their Lord – He had not forgotten them. It was Israel that needed to remember to whom they belonged! In the future, they would remember their heritage, and they would live by the covenants made by their forefathers.

Although the nation of Israel was brought back into the land, and they did indeed worship God according to the covenant, rebuilding the temple, etc., in a sense we are still waiting for the ultimate fulfillment of this prophecy. After all, today the Jews do NOT say they are the Lords. They claim they do, but because they reject Jesus Christ AS the Lord, they plainly do not. But it won’t always be that way. In the Millennial Kingdom, the nation of Israel will see Jesus for who He is, and worship Him as His own covenant people.

As Christians, we DO bear the name of the Lord. We are CHRIST-ians.

God is God alone (vss. 6-8)

6 “Thus says the LORD, the King of Israel, And his Redeemer, the LORD of hosts: ‘I am the First and I am the Last; Besides Me there is no God.

Not that there was any doubt about which God the future blessed Israel would claim for itself – but just in case, God makes it clear exactly who He is!

He is the LORD: the I AM – the everlasting – the covenant-keeping God of Israel.

He is the King: the Sovereign. God had been rejected as King by the people, but that never changed the fact that He would always BE their King. He has the right to rule.

He is the Redeemer: the payer of the ransom. God paid the price for His people in the past out of Egypt – He would pay the price to free His people from captivity in Babylon – and ultimately He paid the price to free us from the slavery of sin and death.

He is the Commander: the Warrior. God commands the angelic armies of heavenly hosts. No army of Babylon – no army in history – no army of demonic hordes can hold a candle to the All-powerful LORD of hosts!

He is the Creator: He was before creation existed, and He will be there long after this world comes to an end. Thankfully, His desire is to bring us with Him!

He is God: THE God, the ONLY God. Best of all, He is OUR God!

7 And who can proclaim as I do? Then let him declare it and set it in order for Me, Since I appointed the ancient people. And the things that are coming and shall come, Let them show these to them.

The God of Israel is the ONLY God. As has been seen in previous chapters, God provides a challenge to those who would worship idols: if your idol is so good, let it prophesy the future or analyze the past. Nothing else has the knowledge that God has.

God perfectly knows the future and past. He is omniscient in every sense of the word.

8 Do not fear, nor be afraid; Have I not told you from that time, and declared it? You are My witnesses. Is there a God besides Me? Indeed there is no other Rock; I know not one.’ ”

Again, there is an encouragement not to fear. There’s no reason for Israel to fear, because their God IS God. As Paul would write to the Romans, if GOD is for us, who can be against us? (Rom 8:31)

There is none like our God – He is the “Rock.” He is the foundation upon which Israel could base their trust. Jesus certainly is the foundation upon which we can be built!

Idolatry is Illogical (vss. 9-20)

9 Those who make an image, all of them are useless, And their precious things shall not profit; They are their own witnesses; They neither see nor know, that they may be ashamed. 10 Who would form a god or mold an image That profits him nothing? 11 Surely all his companions would be ashamed; And the workmen, they are mere men. Let them all be gathered together, Let them stand up; Yet they shall fear, They shall be ashamed together.

The longest section in Ch. 44 deals with idolatry. The problem with idolatry is that it’s just illogical. It doesn’t make any sense! Why would someone worship something that they made with their own hands? Why would someone place their trust in something that is obviously a lie and cannot grant them life? There’s no “profit” to it – it’s a waste of time. God sees the future and knows all things, but an idol doesn’t even have eyes, other than the ones that are carved into it. They can’t see or know anything because they aren’t alive. Only a God who lives is a God that can be trusted.

One would think that the people of Israel didn’t need to be reminded of this, but they did. One would think that after all of the times they had seen the work of the Living God on their behalf, they wouldn’t need to be warned against idolatry. After all, they had witnessed the 9 plagues upon Egypt. They had seen the Red Sea part. They had heard the voice of God with their own ears. They had seen God’s miraculous provision for 40 years in the wilderness. To be sure, this was all in generations past, but the only reason the people of Israel stopped seeing so many works of God is because they were the ones who continually pulled themselves away from God. They didn’t WANT to hear from God, so the words of God were given to the prophets. They didn’t want to be ruled by God, so they were given a king. Slowly, but surely, they pulled away from God and found themselves worshipping the very idols that their forefathers had sworn would never happen (Joshua 24:16-22).

It’s not much different from us, is it? One would think that of all people, a born-again Christian would never fall into the trap of idolatry. After all, we have the living God dwelling among us and within us (through the ministry of the Holy Spirit). We have personally experienced the saving grace of the Son of God. We can talk to God at any time through prayer – we have bold access. But even in all that privilege, when we start pulling away from God, we easily find ourselves drawn to other things. When we stop spending time with the Father in prayer, or stop listening for His voice in the word of God, we get distracted by the lusts of the eye, the lust of the flesh, and the pride of life (1 Jn 2:16). We find ourselves drawn to idolatry – even if it isn’t a statue we’ve made with our own hands. We look to our hobbies, our careers, and even our families to give us the abundant life that only comes through Jesus. And it’s every bit as illogical as the pagan idolatry of the ancient Israelites.

God warns one more thing about idol-worshippers: “they shall be ashamed together.” Those who trust in idols for their ultimate worship will truly be ashamed at the judgment. Their false worship will be revealed for what it is, and it will be shameful.

For the born-again Christian, we do not worry about losing our salvation. (Though if someone is truly consumed with something that is an idol, we might need to examine our faith in the first place!) But there is shame for the Christian in that we’ll lose out on reward. We miss out on what Jesus intended for us to have now in this life, and we miss out on intended blessings in the future…all because we’ve given ourselves over to false idolatry.

God is going to go on to give some very visual pictures of the illogic of idolatry. See vs. 12…

12 The blacksmith with the tongs works one in the coals, Fashions it with hammers, And works it with the strength of his arms. Even so, he is hungry, and his strength fails; He drinks no water and is faint.

First is the blacksmith. A metal statue has to come from somewhere, and it comes from the mind of a metalworker. It comes by the sweat of his brow. An ancient blacksmith had to work hard to form his wares, and he would tire easily.

Does that sound like the Creator God to you? First, God is the Creator; He isn’t created by anyone! (Certainly not a sinful human being!) Second, God never gets tired. The blacksmith wears out his body forming something that has no life, but the Author of Life never sleeps nor slumbers. There is no need…God is all-sufficient.

13 The craftsman stretches out his rule, He marks one out with chalk; He fashions it with a plane, He marks it out with the compass, And makes it like the figure of a man, According to the beauty of a man, that it may remain in the house. 14 He cuts down cedars for himself, And takes the cypress and the oak; He secures it for himself among the trees of the forest. He plants a pine, and the rain nourishes it.

The 2nd example is the woodworker – the “craftsman.” Carpenters and woodworkers can form things of extreme beauty through their skill. But again, it’s something that is formed. The woodworker did nothing to create the thing that they fashioned. We tend to forget that concept sometimes. We put something together, and we say, “Look what I created!” In reality, we didn’t create anything. We may have fashioned something – we may have assembled something – we may have designed something…but we did not create it. Of course, we don’t mean to equate ourselves with God, but if we’re going to be specific with our language, we need to remember that only GOD can create something. We might design something using the materials and skills and brain that God gives us, but those are things HE created in the first place.

That’s the point here. The craftsman did a marvelous work with a piece of wood…but it was wood that had to be cut down from a tree that was growing in the forest, and nourished by the rain that God had sent. 

God continues with His description about the wooden idol. See vs. 15…

15 Then it shall be for a man to burn, For he will take some of it and warm himself; Yes, he kindles it and bakes bread; Indeed he makes a god and worships it; He makes it a carved image, and falls down to it. 16 He burns half of it in the fire; With this half he eats meat; He roasts a roast, and is satisfied. He even warms himself and says, “Ah! I am warm, I have seen the fire.” 17 And the rest of it he makes into a god, His carved image. He falls down before it and worships it, Prays to it and says, “Deliver me, for you are my god!”

If things weren’t illogical enough, God points out that the same wood used to make an idol is also used for cooking. One piece of the tree is carved into something to be worshipped, while another part of the tree is chopped up for firewood. What kind of sense does that make? None! Yet to the person lost in the idolatry, he doesn’t see the absurdity of it all. All he does is cry out to a dead piece of wood for deliverance.

It’s not just idolatry that is senseless; it’s ALL false religion. Of course, people don’t realize it’s false – otherwise they wouldn’t worship it. They believe with all their heart that their religion is true. The reason Islamists do what they do in the name of their false god Allah is because they believe that Allah is real. The reason that Hindus go to their temples and offer sacrifices of garlands is because they honestly believe the myriad of gods in Hinduism is true. Same thing with the atheists & their dogmatic view of Darwinism and scientism (as opposed to true, objective science). It becomes a religion to them because they honestly believe it is the truth. ALL of it is useless. All of it is pointless. Every false religion offers hopelessness because it isn’t the truth.

The question then becomes, how can we know what IS the truth? That takes us straight back to Jesus Christ. God has definitively proven to the world which “religion” is the truth because He has acted definitively through Jesus. By sending Jesus according to prophecy – by authenticating His ministry through His miracles – by declaring with authority Jesus’ identity through the resurrection, there can no longer be ANY doubt that Biblical Christianity is the truth! God wants us to know the truth – and He has gone to incredible lengths to declare the truth to us. He doesn’t want us to be lost in delusion…He wants us to be saved!

Of course, it may not seem like that. See vs. 18…

18 They do not know nor understand; For He has shut their eyes, so that they cannot see, And their hearts, so that they cannot understand. 19 And no one considers in his heart, Nor is there knowledge nor understanding to say, “I have burned half of it in the fire, Yes, I have also baked bread on its coals; I have roasted meat and eaten it; And shall I make the rest of it an abomination? Shall I fall down before a block of wood?”

The person lost in idolatry doesn’t understand – they CAN’T understand. And one big reason is God Himself. “For He has shut their eyes, so that they cannot see, And their hearts, so that they cannot understand.” Objection: “How can we say God wants people to be saved when God is the one who shut their eyes to the truth?” Easy…because the Bible does. 1 Timothy 2:3–4, “(3) For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior, (4) who desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.” [] There ought to be no doubt of God’s desire for all the world to be saved, because this is what the Bible explicitly tells us. When God gave Jesus, He gave Jesus for the whole world – not only a precious few. … That said, that still doesn’t address the idea that God is the One who shuts the eyes of the idolater. Keep in mind that there is more than one thing at work here. Nowhere does Isaiah claim that the idolater has no free-will in any of this. The idolater’s eyes are shut to the things of God – the only question is whether or not God shut the person’s eyes before or after the person did it already. There’s an example of this with Pharaoh during the exodus. The Bible shows that Pharaoh hardened his heart, and then later God hardened his heart. God simply confirmed what it was that Pharaoh had already done in his free will. That would seem to be the case here. The idolater was already worshipping the idols, and God gave them over to their false worship. The idolater had already shut his eyes to the things of God (because God is clearly revealed to every man, woman, and child through the testimony of creation around us, and our conscience within us) – and God confirmed his choice by smearing over or shutting his eyes. Without the miraculous grace of God, the person will remain blind.

Thankfully, God offers miraculous grace to all!

For now, the foolishness of idolatry appears to be wisdom to the idolater. He doesn’t understand his own foolishness…and he can’t. His eyes aren’t open to the works of God. The plans and mind of God would make no sense to him. The Bible says the same thing is true of non-believers today. 1 Corinthians 2:14, “But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” [] This is why the proclamation of the gospel is so important! The word of God does not return void! (Isa 55:11) In the gospel is the power of salvation! (Rom 1:16) What the person who is blind needs most is the miracle of sight – someone who is lost in their own spiritual blindness needs the miracle that only God can provide, and He does so through the proclamation of Jesus Christ in the gospel!

20 He feeds on ashes; A deceived heart has turned him aside; And he cannot deliver his soul, Nor say, “Is there not a lie in my right hand?”

Ultimately, the idolater is lost in a lie. He has been deceived by his own lusts – he has been deceived by the lies of the devil. Whatever the case, he’s simply deceived. He needs deliverance, but the thing in which he trusts for deliverance cannot save.

It falls upon us to share with them the truth!

God’s love & remembrance of Israel (vss. 21-23)

21 “Remember these, O Jacob, And Israel, for you are My servant; I have formed you, you are My servant; O Israel, you will not be forgotten by Me!

In contrast to those who have had their eyes shut by God, God has a special relationship with His people Israel. They could know God because they were the servant of God.

Most importantly, God had not “forgotten” them – and He would never forget them! It might seem like it at the time that the Babylonians overrun Jerusalem. It might seem like it during the 70 years of captivity. But God assured the nation far in advance of their coming troubles & trials that He would never forget them. God was the One who “formed” the nation in the first place…He couldn’t forget them!

What God could forget was their sin. See vs. 22…

22 I have blotted out, like a thick cloud, your transgressions, And like a cloud, your sins. Return to Me, for I have redeemed you.”

Praise God for the offer and promise of redemption! The sins of Jerusalem would be dealt with, but afterwards they would be forever put aside. God would “blot” out their sins – He’d erase them from sight. Instead, God had “redeemed” them. He had personally paid the price for their freedom, and invited Israel to “return” to Him as His people.

Right there is the gospel! When Jesus died on the cross, He paid the price. He became the Redeemer for all mankind, paying the ransom that was due our sin through the commodity of His blood and death. In the process, He “blotted” out our transgressions. We have been washed in the blood of Jesus – we have been clothed in the righteousness of Christ. The sins that once covered us are now no more…erased by the grace of Jesus. And because Jesus makes that all possible, we are invited to “return” to Him through repentance and faith. We turn away from our sins of the past, and turn to Jesus – trusting in His love, His identity, and His work.

Have you trusted Christ? Is tonight the night?

23 Sing, O heavens, for the LORD has done it! Shout, you lower parts of the earth; Break forth into singing, you mountains, O forest, and every tree in it! For the LORD has redeemed Jacob, And glorified Himself in Israel.

There’s only one possible response to the offer of God’s grace: worship! That’s what creation itself would do in response to God’s invitation to Israel. From the lowest depths to the highest heights, the very earth itself could sing out praises to God the Redeemer!

BTW – that is exactly what will happen at Jesus’ 2nd Coming. Every aspect of creation will break forth in praise for its Creator who sets everything right!

We don’t have to wait till the 2nd coming. We can praise God NOW…and we should!

Notice who gets the glory in salvation: God. God’s grace glorifies God “Himself.” Be it with Israel, or with the Church, the glory from salvation always goes to God. Sometimes we inadvertently put the focus upon ourselves in our salvation. “God saved ME – God loved ME – Jesus died for ME at the cross.” All of that is true, when kept in the right perspective. It really is “GOD saved me – GOD loved me – JESUS died for me.” God is the One who does 100% of the work, so God is the one who gets 100% of the glory.

God’s promised restoration of Israel #2 (vss. 24-28)

24 Thus says the LORD, your Redeemer, And He who formed you from the womb: “I am the LORD, who makes all things, Who stretches out the heavens all alone, Who spreads abroad the earth by Myself;

Much of this mirrors the beginning of Ch. 44. The LORD, the Redeemer formed & chose Israel for Himself. This is all the work of God, from beginning to end. Here, God reviews His work among Israel and all the world.

1st, God “formed” Israel. This is the 3rd mention of this in Ch. 44. From its very infancy, God is the one responsible for there being a Hebrew nation in the first place. God was the One who called Abraham out of Ur of the Chaldees, gave him a promise, gave him a son, and showed him the land. And it goes on & on from there, how God provided for all the patriarchs, and preserved the nation through Egyptian slavery, and brought them into the promised land. There were many opportunities for the nation to be destroyed, but the Lord preserved them every time through His grace. Truly, God can claim to have formed Israel “from the womb.”

What’s true figuratively of Israel is true literally over every single human being on the planet. God forms ALL humans in infancy while they are in their mothers’ wombs. When a sperm & egg come together, absolutely nothing ought to happen. It ought to be a simple collision of two disparate cells. Yet something DOES happen. Life forms, and what was once two cells of different DNA now form a new single cell (rapidly multiplying) of unique DNA. That doesn’t form into a “blob of tissue”…that’s a human being. And God is the One who forms each one!

It’s not merely people and people groups that God forms…God “makes all things.” The covenant God of Israel is also the Creator God of the Universe. He “stretches out the heavens” all by Himself, and needs no help. We can hardly set up a tent without help, but God set up every centimeter & light-year of outer space!

25 Who frustrates the signs of the babblers, And drives diviners mad; Who turns wise men backward, And makes their knowledge foolishness;

God did it in the past, and God still does this today. He “frustrates” the pagans and confounds the “wise.” Those who consider themselves wiser than God find themselves frustrated by the simplicity of the gospel, and the power of the Almighty Creator. The universe is bigger than any astronomer can fathom and measure. The intricacies of the atomic particles are more astounding than any physicist is yet able to comprehend. The more someone looks into the detail and vastness of the universe, the more someone is forced to come to grips that there is a God who designed it all!

Specifically for Israel, God confounded the words of the false prophets & the so-called “wise” among them. The true prophets of God neither tickled the ears of those listening, nor did they claim that God had forgotten His people so they might as well worship other gods. Everything the “babblers” had predicted had turned out to be false, whereas God was always true.

26 Who confirms the word of His servant, And performs the counsel of His messengers; Who says to Jerusalem, ‘You shall be inhabited,’ To the cities of Judah, ‘You shall be built,’ And I will raise up her waste places; 27 Who says to the deep, ‘Be dry! And I will dry up your rivers’;

God confirms His prophecy. When He spoke through the prophets and promised to do something, He did it. He “performs” according to His own counsel…always! God had done it in the past, and God would do it again in the future. When He promised to rebuild the cities of Judah, the Jews could be assured that is exactly what God would do. 

In fact, the Jews had some very specific events in their history to see this. When God proclaimed that the “deep” of the Red Sea would “be dry,” that’s exactly what happened. When God said that the children of Israel would come into the Promised Land through the Jordan River, that’s exactly what took place as God dried up the river. The Jews could see how God always worked in the past, and they could be assured how God would always be true to His word in the future.

That is such a critical principle for us to grasp (and it’s one that the Bible drives home again & again)! We can KNOW that God’s word is trustworthy. We can KNOW that what God promises to do, He will do. And one way that we can know that is by looking back at all the various ways that God has already worked according to His word and promise. In over 300 ways, God promised to send Jesus within a certain family tree, to work certain miracles, to be betrayed, crucified, buried, and resurrected…and God fulfilled every single prophecy to the letter! God is ALWAYS good to His word. He can be trusted! We can trust Him for His promises in this life (for grace – for wisdom – for power, etc.), and we can trust Him for His promises in the future (the rapture – the kingdom).

There are three very specific promises that God lays out. See vs. 28…

28 Who says of Cyrus, ‘He is My shepherd, And he shall perform all My pleasure, Saying to Jerusalem, “You shall be built,” And to the temple, “Your foundation shall be laid.” ’

God promised to use a pagan king: “Cyrus.”

God promised Jerusalem would be rebuilt.

God promised the foundation of the temple would be re-laid.

ALL of this absolutely came true when God brought the Jews back into the land! Cyrus made a proclamation that the Jews ought to return and rebuild the temple, even providing the finances to make it possible (Ezra 1:2-4). Zerubbabel oversaw the laying of the temple foundation, and in response all the people cried either in praise or sorrow (depending on whether or not they had seen the 1st temple – Ezra 3:11-13). And the final touches on rebuilding Jerusalem came when the wall was rebuilt, by the leadership of Nehemiah.

Conclusion:
God loved Israel! These were HIS people. Though they would suffer, they would not be forgotten by God. He would honor His promise and His covenant to them. Every prophecy He made to His people would be fulfilled…that was something they could trust.

Because they could trust God, there was no need to trust idols. Idolatry is illogical – it’s deception away from the truth of the Living God. We serve a God so much greater than any idol or any false idea or false god. We serve the Living God, definitely proclaimed to us in Jesus Christ!

Have you found yourself distracted? Have the cares & idols of this world started pulling your attention away from the God of our salvation? Come back! Return! Trust! Jesus is our Redeemer & our Deliverer! Nothing else can give what He alone gives.

Maybe you’re free from the deception of idols (praise the Lord!), but no doubt you know someone who isn’t. They are lost & their eyes have been shut to the truth. They need to hear of the God who loves them & offers them redemption! Tell them… May we be those who continually tell others of the love that Jesus has for them.

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