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George's comment on 2/26/2015, 11:27pm...

Church leaders has been described as the head. Now, The body cannot be well unless the head is well. My the LORD help us as church leaders make up the good congregation body of Christ .

 


Brett's comment on 2/15/2015, 9:57am...

What a great book that we can all learn from .

 


Joni G's comment on 2/03/2015, 12:30pm...

Chip, America needs to get on her knees for sure. We need to pray more. Although Isaiah is talking to Judah and Jerusalem, verse 1 we need to take heed. We need to be pointing the way to Christ as the way to freedom. Only He has the way to eternal life.

 


Chio's comment on 1/19/2015, 6:14pm...

Verse 7 makes me think of what America will be someday in the near future. We as Christians need to get on our knees and beg for foregivness and Gods grace and mercy

 


Reinarudo Watanabe's comment on 1/15/2015, 7:11am...

ISAIAH CHAPTER 1 1 15 15 10:00 PM In v16 The LORD God is still merciful unto them. As also written in ROMANS 3:23 6:23 2:7. If we walk unto the way of our Lord Jesus Christ we will attain the eternal life. Praise the LORD. a-MEN.

 


David wabwire's comment on 1/14/2015, 2:18am...

Sin in the land brings destruction.Our God hates it.It spoils our relationship with our Father.He is a merciful father and always desires that we go back to Him through repentance for Him to restore us. If we continue disobeying,then His full wrath is unleashed to us.

 


Grace's comment on 1/12/2015, 8:07am...

I believe that God is speking to us telling us that if we turn from our bad waysand seek him he is willing to give us a second chance to do the right things in llife.he will bring about restoration.

 


Phyllis's comment on 1/09/2015, 11:28am...

According to my Bible, I do not get this that all are saved. Going to NT after Jesus, see Romans 3:23 "for all have sinned and come short of the glory of God ". Vs. 18 is telling us that even though we have sinned, we can become cleansed.

 


Lorene's comment on 1/03/2015, 12:56am...

Isaiah Chapter 1 comment about Verse 19-20 If we keep Gods word he will bless us but if we disobey God and failed to keep his word he will destroy us

 


Eboni's comment on 12/23/2014, 8:47pm...

Verse 13 Reminds us to be sincere and that God knows heart and motives of man.

 


Nordberg's comment about verse 28 on 12/14/2014, 6:07pm...

Notice the words "destruction ", "consumed ", "come to an end ", "cut off " and "ruin ". So it 's not eternal, everlasting and relentless punishment. It 's destruction. DESTRUCTION. Once something is destroyed, it ceases to be. It 's not there anymore. No one has to deal with it anymore. It 's gone, for good. Sinners who won 't inherit God 's kingdom will be left with nothing else. God has no plans nor use for sinners. It 's eternal life or nothing. God offers life or annihilation. There is no eternal punishment for sin, there 's only irreversible death and disappearance from existence. It 's ultimately harsh, but it 's just. Let 's think of hell as it has been falsely preached to nations for centuries. A place of agonizing pain with no end. A place of fire that burns immortal spirits for all eternity. Infinite punishment for not choosing God and life. Who would gain anything worthwhile from that? What good would this kind of place serve? Why uphold a place like this? Would this place be accessible for those who chose God and life? Could they make a tourist visit to this place from time to time, seeing all the agony and hopelessness? "Hmmm, so here they burn. Oh how lucky we are! ". So what? So you saw hell and everyone burning there? What good would that bring to anyone already in God 's kingdom? Who would need a reminder like that and why? Falling to sin again is not possible in God 's kingdom, is it? Who would need a place like hell, this "pocket " of endless suffering, and why? You 're all happy and free in God 's kingdom but see that distant speck on the sky? It 's hell, boys and girls! The place where the sinners burn! Remember that while you 're here! According to the Scripture, the punishment for sin is death not torture. DEATH. It 's cruel, it 's permanent but it 's just. To wipe out the disease so that it won 't bother anyone ever again. It 's better to choose life.

 


Charlie's comment about verse 18 on 12/14/2014, 8:09am...

"Unconditional love " simply means. we are all saved. However, if we believe it, and accept it, we.are given life more "abundantly "

 


Munyaradzi's comment about verse 19 on 12/11/2014, 1:35am...

blessings will flow if we obey this word amen and amen

 


Muhereza jimmy's comment about verse 2 on 12/09/2014, 4:54am...

it reminds me that we should always remember our God

 


FrAnk Aku john's comment about verse 27 on 12/08/2014, 7:17am...

I pray to be like Isaiah ,he did so any things in the word of God.

 


Harycollins's comment on 11/22/2014, 11:53pm...

Please brethren let us all try to get back to God s instructions and commands in verses 16, 17 and 18 of Isaiah chapter 1 to avoid God s anger and judgment on us in this last days.

 


Joseph G. Caulker's comment about verse 19 on 11/21/2014, 10:46am...

In Isaiah 1 16 18, God gave some strong commands orders that needed to be obeyed. Wash you Make you clean Put away the evil of your doings from before mine eyes Cease to do evils Learn to do well seek judgement relieve the oppressed Judge the fatherless plead for the widow Come now and let us reason together These commands orders are strong,aren 't they? God is not begging anyone to obey these orders He is saying you must obey them. Follow the orders exactly as God has given them in His Word. It is a matter of choice for you. The choice is yours to make. In verse 19 of the same chapter He said if ye are willing and obedient, ye shall eat the good of the land. In verse 20 He also said that if you refuse and rebel, you will be destroyed. Where do you stand, my friend? Jesus said in John 14 15, "If ye love me, keep my commandment. " If you love Jesus, you will obey His word. On the contrary, if you are not obeying His word, then it is clear that you do not love Him. Where do you stand, my friend? Time is running out. The day is coming closer too closer time is moving on. Jesus is coming soon.

 


Fabian's comment on 11/21/2014, 10:31am...

Judgment to His people, again Israel has rebelled. They ignore God 's commandments. They forsaken the land and permit foreigners to take the land and corruption is all that remains. "And the destruction of the transgressors and of the sinners shall be together, and they that forsake the LORD shall be consumed. " Surely God 's judgment will be upon His people. Repent before its to late. There is still hope God said "And I will restore thy judges as at the first, and thy counsellors as at the beginning afterward thou shalt be called The city of righteousness, the faithful city " The end of time is at hand. Turn away from your sins and look up to the sky for God will come with all His Glory and save those who have waited for his coming.

 


Pat's comment on 11/19/2014, 7:08am...

God speaks in this chapter about all the wickededness that was going on just like today.God tells his prophet to let the people know of His anger .Once becoming saved I no longer belong to myself. Trusting God to cleanse me of all filthiness and unrighteousness because only Jesus can.

 


Insight 777's comment on 11/18/2014, 8:40am...

Verse 25...Tin resists corrosion and is used as a protective coating on other metals. Today it is used in making window panes. So taking away all thy tin could represent invasion where they aggressively enter into Israel to take control. Dross is formed when metals separate. This could be symbolic for bullets leaving a gun or perhaps it represents the processing of uranium ores.

 


Christopher Mccuen's comment about verse 19 on 11/06/2014, 8:15am...

I think if we are willing to do whatever God ask of us ,no matter what it is .just be willing to do it and then obey and we will eat the good of the land. God bless

 


Geraldine cole's comment on 11/06/2014, 7:11am...

All I could say to God after reading this is Repent because sometimes we think we are doing right before God the question would be is God please really with us I do my best to do the will of God that I no but sometimes I may fall short thats because we all are inperfect so to cover my self I have to go Back and take a look at my life to get things right with the Lord I must say Lord I repent forgive me because God ways are not our ways u just never no so it safe to repent U don 't no U may have said or done things that God did not like we must stay unspotted from the world praise God

 


Tom's comment about verse 13 on 11/01/2014, 9:07am...

I agree with Jason 's comment Amen! God promised to abolish ALL "Sabbaths ", see also Hosea 2 11. Interesting that it was only used in the OldTestament ... a token of the Mosaic covenant. Israel the only nation commanded to keep "Sabbaths " Ex. 31 13 Lev. 19 30 26 2 Ezek. 20 12 13, 16, 20 21, 24. Keeping "Sabbaths " by Israel was to commemorate their deliverance from bondage in Egypt Dt. 5 15. Law of Moses and its "Sabbaths " were not for Gentiles or the church Rom. 2 12 16 3 2 6 11 14 9 4 10 4 14 5 6 2 Cor. 3 6 15 Gal. 3 19 29 4 21 31 5 1 Col. 2 14 17 Heb. 7 12 22, 28 8 6, 13 9 15 10 1. That 's why God needed to abolish all "Sabbaths ". This He did on the cross Col. 2 14 17. That 's why Christians today should observe the "First Day ". The new covenant does not command any particular day to be observed by Christians Rom. 14 5 6 Gal. 4 9 11. Christians are free to choose their own day day of rest Rom. 14 5 6. They are commanded not to permit any man to judge them regarding a sabbath Col. 2 14 17. Rigid observance of days is rebuked by Paul Gal. 4 9 11. Real and eternal rest is in Christ, not in a day Mt. 11 28 29 Heb.4. We must remember that the LORD completed His redemptive work and His victory over death, hell, and the grave on Sunday, the 1st. day. Christ 's special manifestations to His disciples after the resurrection were on the 1st. day of the week Mt. 28 Mk. 16 Lk. 23 24 Jn. 20 19, 26. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit was on the 1st. day of the week, the day after 7 Jewish sabbaths Acts 2 1. No recognition was given by Christ or any apostle to the old Jewish 7th. day sabbath after the resurrection. The new covenant FREES us ALL from such bondages of the old covenant as the penalty of death for cooking, making fires, and performing many other duties too many to list here on a sabbath Ex.16 23 20 8 10 31 15 35 2 5 Lev. 23 3 Num. 15 32. There is not one passage of Scripture in the New Testament that ever records a distinctive gathering of Christians on the Jewish 7th. day sabbath. On the contrary the records show that Christians gathered on Sunday, the 1st. day of the week, which, by the way was called "the LORD 's day " Rev. 1 10. for worship Jn. 20 1, 19 Acts 20 7 1 Cor. 16 2. That 's why as Christians we are FREE to commemorate our freedom on any day we choose Romans 14 5 6. Finally, we are not to judge no man as to the sabbath he keeps Rom. 14 5 6 Gal. 4 9 11 Col. 2 14 17. Amen.

 


Esethu's comment about verse 2 on 9/28/2014, 4:42am...

I feel painful imagine your parents raised you when you were until now ,after that you rebelled them

 


Janet's comment on 9/08/2014, 6:57am...

in chapter 1 verse 18 ,the writer was making a 2nd reference to sin as crimson then washed clean like wool white

 


 

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