23 In that day Egypt and Assyria will be connected by a highway. The Egyptians and Assyrians will move freely between their lands, and they will both worship God. 24 And Israel will be their ally. The three will be together, and Israel will be a blessing to them. 25 For the LORD of Heaven’s Armies will say, “Blessed be Egypt, my people. Blessed be Assyria, the land I have made. Blessed be Israel, my special possession!”
Note: "One of the most breathtaking pronoun cements of any prophet, and certainly one of the most missiologically significant texts in the OT." -wright, 491, mission of God.
6 “I will also bless the foreigners who commit themselves to the LORD,       who serve him and love his name, who worship him and do not desecrate the Sabbath day of rest,       and who hold fast to my covenant. 7 I will bring them to my holy mountain of Jerusalem
Note: God brings in the nations.
You yourselves have killed your prophets       as a lion kills its prey.
Note: God sends prophets to warn his people. To remind them to repent.
23 I looked at the earth, and it was empty and formless.       I looked at the heavens, and there was no light. 24 I looked at the mountains and hills,       and they trembled and shook. 25 I looked, and all the people were gone.       All the birds of the sky had flown away. 26 I looked, and the fertile fields had become a wilderness.       The towns lay in ruins,       crushed by the LORD’s fierce anger.
Note: An undoing of Genesis.