Israel is told to trust in God, not in the horses and chariots of Egypt. The Lord will protect and deliver them. We are told what the future holds. Then my people will live in a peaceful habitation, and in secure dwellings and in undisturbed resting places. We read about God’s judgement. The reward for righteousness and sincerity will be getting to see the King in His beauty. God’s wrath is great against the unholy nations. Zion is promised a happy future. And come with joyful shouting to Zion, with everlasting joy upon their heads they will find gladness and joy, and sorrow and sighing will flee away. Sennacherib invades Judah. Rabshakeh wants to know where Judah is getting their strength from. Rabshakeh tries to get the people to doubt their king and their God, but they refuse to answer him.