When we read Isaiah 14, it can become confusing. It starts off talking to the King of Babylon, then out of nowhere, it starts talking about Lucifer? We discuss why this happens and what this chapter meant to the people reading it.
King of Babylon or Lucifer?
How does Isaiah 14 connect to Genesis 3?
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