Isaiah Chapter 12 Discussion

  • Chris - in Reply on Isaiah 12
    I've just had a look at the Koorong Site, & there seems to be a variety of such books for children. But first enquire whether any of them might be suitable for a 3 yr old & the type of content that is published. Certainly, only portions of the Bible, applicable to children, will be written/drawn & nothing like what we have in our possession now. There would be other Christian bookstores, maybe nearer to you, that would have similar books, I'm sure.
  • S Spencer - in Reply on Isaiah 12
    Hu Alejandro, I have seen one at a life way bible store in Snellville Ga, Chsck your local store
  • Robert DeHaan on Isaiah 12
    REJOICE IN THE LORD ALWAYS, AGAIN I SAY REJOICE! This chapter of the prophet Isaiah lifted my soul today. I have lived with much physical pain the last twenty years, but the older I get the more excited I am for the Kingdom of God. What an exciting time it will be my brothers and sisters. The fear of the LORD is the most powerful thing in this life. It is well with my soul. Thank you Holy Spirit as you continue my journey.
  • Chris - in Reply on Isaiah 12
    What a great testimony, Robert. God's Spirit has truly revived & refreshed you through your difficult time & will be your delight & portion in the days ahead. 2 Cor 1:2-4: may the Grace you have received through your trials be the means whereby others may also be comforted & restored.
  • Obbie Beal on Isaiah 12
    From the above we learn there is a Blessed Assurance Jesus is mine. Ohooo what for taste of Glory Divine. Sing unto the LORD for he hath done excellent things, this is known in all the earth. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion for great is the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee.
  • VERONICA MCDANIEL on Isaiah 12
    Isiaiah chapter 12 make you want Live for our Lord and Savior.Yes i mess up mine time but when i read this chapter.Jesus Christ Love Me even when i mess up .And following him and doing what the Bible tell me how to live as One of his Followers. Priceless and Prower Chapter.Amen .Read it slow so it can sink in and ask the"Holy Spirit for .
  • Charlie filer on Isaiah 12
    Im Thinkfully that he hasn't left me even tho I backslide and left him and that he never stop loving me and is willing to restore me and him
  • BSP on Isaiah 12
    Verse 4: We want to praise God and specifically mention his name, Jehovah, in our prayers and in our conversations with others.
  • John stephen othieno on Isaiah 12
    Isaiah 12 generally shows JEHOVAH LORD is a loving father who will punish you especially when you are going astray and then stretches his loving arm to comfort you.The punishment here is put back on the right truck with him.
  • BSP on Isaiah 12
    Verse 1 shows that God was angry with the Israelites and He had to discipline them. God did not stay angry with them. Once the discipline accomplished its purpose he forgave them and he helped them to restore their relationship with Him.
  • Eric on Isaiah 12
    Behold, God is my salvation I will trust, and not be afraid: for the LORD JEHOVAH is my strength and my song he also is become my salvation.
  • Wejuli on Isaiah 12
    Comment*Jehovah is more than willing to break our bondages if we seek recognise him as our refuge
  • Gwen on Isaiah 12
    so glad I found this web site.
  • Carolyn on Isaiah 12
    Isaiah 12 reminds me of Psalm 107:1, O give thanks unto the Lord for He is good. God is a forgiving God and He deserves all praise, glory and honor due Him. Versus 5-6 is telling us to sing unto the Lord for He has done excellent things, He brought His people out of bondage and into the new world. Cry out and shout for great is the Holy one.
  • Lisa on Isaiah 12
    This is such an encouraging chapter. So many people think God is mad at them when troubles come their way. Here is proof God never loses his love for us. We can truly praise God for his kindness and ever reaching love and care for us. When you think of this you do want to praise him.
  • Tonya on Isaiah 12
    He gives a second wind to each of us!!
  • Bobby on Isaiah 12
    david do not be shocked, because in acts 4-12 no other name was given, JESUS where man must be save by !!!!it could not have been given at that time !!
  • David Cantse on Isaiah 12
    I 'm shocked that Isaiah 12 is only one of three place the 1611 Bible uses the divine name. However, in their notes the writers were wise and honest enough to acknowledge that the divine name YHWH 0r in modern english: Jehovah was substitued with the word "LORD " or "O LORD " or "LORD GOD " or "GOD " all in upper case lettering, to distiguish the most high God from any other god 's that mankind might create for himself. This includes Jesus Christ, who many have appreciated so much, that they inadvertantly made him into a god, or even at par with "The GOD " This is something Jesus himself, bothe when on earth and after his resurrection did not accept, as many, many scriptues bear out. Jesus Christ did and is doing tremendous things, but he teaches us divine humility by not trying to usurp his father Jehovah 's position as the supreme head of the universe. By the way, has anyone ever wondered why or how Jehovah 's Witnesses chose that "legal " name. To make their lives easier, one would think they 'd follow the churches, and just call themselves "the LORD 'S Witnesses ", but they didn 't--just a thought.
  • YVONNE PARKER on Isaiah 12
    The first 5 chapters, God revealed me to myself, I 've been asking God to reveal me to myself, and whatever wasn 't pleasing to Him about me There was an urgent need to change me,because it is very important to please my Creator, and He showed me, me. I love this book
  • Amberleaf on Isaiah 12
    I love how encouraging this chapter is, especially verse 2. I like how it says to trust in the Lord and not be afraid.
  • Harycollins on Isaiah 12
    Verse 2 of this chapter is a wonderful encouragement to every child of God.It is loaded with confidence, trust and assurance to us all.Therefor we need not to worry or fear for anything.
  • Antonio on Isaiah 12
    I love this chapter the Lord shows us that he is always with us. I can know that I can praise and worship the Lord anytime because he is there. Bless his name.
  • Robert mwale on Isaiah 12
    I love this chapter i praise the living lord amen.
  • Rev. Autrey on Isaiah 12:2
    Isaiah 12, verse 2, reads, 'See, God has come to save me! I will trust and not be afraid, for the Lord is my strength and song, he is my savation. ' Let 's get right to the point. We chide the JW 's for saying that Jesus is not God. They say that he is 'A ' God, and not the Jehovah of the Old Testament. But we Baptist and other mainstream Christians do the same thing. Just ask any Baptist preacher and he will say that Jesus is only God 's Son. And by Son he means that Jesus is a lesser figure than God the Father. The most famous Baptist mainline preacher says that he thinks of Jesus as a being separate from God. And that he hopes God will understand. Many Baptist say that God was in Jesus, but he was not Jesus. Or they make similiar statements. So again, why do we get upset with other groups like the JW 's for saying in the open what we say in our private thoughts. Again, Isaiah 12, verse, 2,says that God is coming to save us. This speaks of God as Immanuel Jesus being born in Bethlehem that Christmas day. This fulfilled all the promises of the Old Testament about God as our Savior! Paul knew this when he said that we must confess Jesus as Lord or God to be saved. The Father, then, is God 's other personality. the way God makes his decisions. But in all cases Jesus is the way God speaks to us and saves us. And there is yet another personality of God, the Holy Spirit, the way God inspires us to believe in what he is doing as Jesus. Pleas consider this!
  • Rev. Autrey on Isaiah 12:1
    Isaiah 12 reads, '1 In that day you will sing, I will praise you, O Lord! You were angry with me, but not any more. Now you comfort me. 2 See, God has come to save me. I will trust in him and not be afraid. The Lord God is my strength and my song, he has given me victory. 3 With joy you will drink deeply from the fountain of salvation! 4 In that wonderful day you will sing, thank the Lord! Praise his name! Tell the nations what he has done. Let them know how mighty he is. ... 5 Sing to the Lord, for he has done wonderful things. Make known his praise around the world. 6 Let all the people of Jerusalem shout his praise with joy! For great is the Holy One of Israel who lives among you. I hope you get the meaning of this. These verses said to the people of Israel that their God is coming to save them. And that he is the God of their salvation. Then they say that "with joy they will drink deeply from the fountain of salvation. ' Then they say that this great God of salvation will live among them. This prophecy was fulfilled when God as Jesus was born as THE SON OF DAVID in Bethlehem that Christmas morning. No wonder the angels sang. "Glory to God in the highest heaven, and peace on earth to all whom God favors. " God as Christ was born. Now all who believe in him can rest in peace! May God bless you!
  • R. hammond on Isaiah 12
    As to the day of the Lord " Jehovah " , please read Psalms chap 37 9 11 34.
  • Mprince on Isaiah 12
    Ray...I believe the words "in that day mean" is a period of time which in this instance is talking about the last days. Joel 2:31 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD come.
  • Ray on Isaiah 12
    I am confused as to what "in that day" is ment...The day of the return of Christ? or some other day
  • Amanda on Isaiah 12
    God is the Father Son and the Holy Spirit and i love him with all my heart good in bad time's Amen
  • Joshua on Isaiah 12:2
    This is how it is seen in the King James Bible, but the name "JEHOVAH" seen here is an English translation of Yehowah, the vocalization of (YHWH) Which is a Latinization of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton: יהוה (The proper name of God in written form) The name seen here should be spelled: Yehowah and pronounced: Ya - Ha Vay.

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