In between the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Colossians and his first letter to the Thessalonians we read one chapter of Proverbs and two chapters of Isaiah.
Proverbs 13 lists more proverbs of Solomon.
Isaiah 41 waxes eloquent of the helper of Israel. “How firm a foundation” is to stand with God. Compare that to the futility of idols!
Isaiah 42 records the Servant of the LORD as a light for the Gentiles. The sons of Kedar will sing a new song, which is not the doctrine of Islam, as some Muslims claim, but as so often was the case, Israel was still blind and deaf.