We Christians believe that Jesus, the Christ was the ideal king announced by Isaiah. His birth in the middle of the night was the beginning of a new day.
In Jesus, God has been proven faithful to the promises He made to David. In Jesus, we have been blessed by God's faithfulness.
The Lord has ways of getting His will done. He may not intervene with visions and miraculous births, but God is active in every human life nonetheless.
Christian believers have long looked upon the "Song of Songs" as a love song of the Lord for His beloved, the Church.
Christian believers have always interpreted Isaiah's prophecy to King Ahaz as referring to the Virgin Mary giving birth to Jesus.
From before our birth God has been the source of confidence and strength for us. In return we owe Him acknowledgement of His gifts.
Christians have seen the fulfillment of the messianic future that God showed Jeremiah in the coming of Jesus. He will be our justice.
The whole history of God's people is centered in the tribe of Judah--Jesus' tribe. It is He to whom we all look forward.
We are invited to be God's spokesmen to proclaim His message to His people. It's a vocation to give calm and constant witness to the presence of the Lord.
In giving us freedom, God has given us the power to resist His omnipotent love. He will come to us and care for us, but only if we are willing to receive His gifts.