Isaiah 26:3

“Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Isaiah 26:3

Thou wilt keepe him in perfect peace, whose minde is stayed on thee; because he trusteth in thee.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

"The steadfast of mind You will keep in perfect peace, Because he trusts in You.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Thou wilt keep `him' in perfect peace, `whose' mind `is' stayed `on thee'; because he trusteth in thee.
- American Standard Version (1901)

The man whose heart is unmoved you will keep in peace, because his hope is in you.
- Basic English Bible

Thou wilt keep in perfect peace the mind stayed [on thee], for he confideth in thee.
- Darby Bible

Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.
- Webster's Bible

You will keep whoever's mind is steadfast in perfect peace, because he trusts in you.
- World English Bible

An imagination supported Thou fortifiest peace -- peace! For in Thee it is confident.
- Youngs Literal Bible

The mind stayed on Thee Thou keepest in perfect peace; because it trusteth in Thee.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Isaiah 26:3

Wesley's Notes for Isaiah 26:3

26:1 In that day - When God shall do such glorious works, as are described in the foregoing chapter. Sung - In the church of God. A city - Jerusalem, or the church, which is often compared to a city. For walls - God's immediate and saving protection shall be to his church instead of walls.

26:2 The gates - Of the city, mentioned ver.#1|. The nation - The whole body of righteous men, whether Jews or Gentiles. For he seems to speak here, as he apparently did in the foregoing chapter, of the times of the gospel. Keepeth truth - Which is sincere in the true religion.

26:4 For ever - In all times and conditions.

26:5 On high - He speaks not so much of height of place, as of dignity and power, in which sense also he mentions the lofty city in the next clause. Lofty city - Which may be understood either of proud Babylon, or of all the strong and stately cities of God's enemies.

Discussion for Isaiah 26

  • STARLETTA on Isaiah 26:3
    what's going on around us is for a reason,we have slow down spending time with god and made time for everthing else...

    so this pandemic is here now. i can't speak for no one but myself it truely got my attention. i had to repent and start my first work over..I'm getting back focus. god is calling for his people to repent and go back serving only him. but with all of this going on it is bringing families back together and getting back in touch with love ones and loving and caring something postive has come out of times i just go off and pray and cry out for mercy for the can be depressing at times because we as a nation is not use to this new normal... people of god it's time to repent and pray for the blessed and stay healthy ....GOD BLESS EVERYONE...
  • Kim on Isaiah 26:3
    This scripture reminds us that God will give us perfect peace when we keep our mind or thoughts on Him. Life has many troubles such as a death of a loved one, or a traumatic incident, however the peace God offers is unlike anything or anyone else can provide. It soothes the troubled soul.
  • Grace on Isaiah 26:3
    I have tried to keep peace within myself but it is not always there. I love it but don 't really understand it. Sometimes too much peace leads to disarming one 's self from attending to responsibilities and the way God naturally intended us to be. It is obviously awesome but not totally attainable every day. Sometimes are for doing war, sometimes are for grief, sometimes are for work. Expecting too much peace leads to depression for me.
  • Pat - in Reply on Isaiah 26:3
    GOD is all powerful all peace to find the peace your looking for is in GOD let GOD in and you will find the peace your looking for
  • Pat - in Reply on Isaiah 26:3
    Grace believers who take their anxiety to God in prayer discover the peace of God the opposite of peace is worrying this is what God is saying cast all your cares on Him prayer is a positive worry is negative when you pray don't let the negativity take away your positive prayer
  • Angela Jackson - in Reply on Isaiah 26:3
    When God speaks of peace in this verse He is speaking of Himself in scripture. It is one reason why He has said for us to learn of Him....Example : Proverbs 3:5-7. Its our hearts God wants. The heart and mind is connected. Think about it.....when at a scene of an accident, what do we crab when sees the bad?Most people places their hand over the heart, because all issues is when our hearts. At PROVERBS 3:5-7 God is asking that we give all issues over to Him. He knew and knows now the more that we will not be able to carry life problems on our own. It's imperative that we truly trust God with our life and trials. I leave you with this, if one placed in my hands a 300lb rock and I weigh only 100lbs..... of course this is to much for me to hold or carry, I will either drop the rock or hurt myself from trying to carry something much larger than me. I HAVE LEARN life is just the same. Trust God and live.
  • Sam.B on Isaiah 26:3
    The best!!! I am a strong man! so I thought. People have consistently let me down but God never has. So often I find my self caught up in the things situations that people create and even sometimes that I create I am a work in progress not perfect by any stretch of the imagination but I do try. Anyway, This read is just what I need today and every day.
  • Keith Sizer on Isaiah 26:3
    This so describes our son who left to live with our Lord 2 25 2012 He was and shall evermore be in peace
  • Gennara on Isaiah 26:3
    That we must meditate on God day and night .No matter what we go through we must stay on the rock which is Jesus
  • Danny on Isaiah 26:3
    Our father is a man of his word if we just obey he says what he means and mean what he says.


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