Isaiah Chapter 2 Discussion



 
  • Lorraine Magarian on Isaiah 2
    Verses 2 and 3 demonstrate GOD'S Grace; as He did not have to provide the nation's a means to know Him and His Ways!
  • Chris on Isaiah 2
    The Bible is replete with the LORD's name: Jehovah (YHWH). There are of course other names that He is known by, according to His Position & Work. You can Google 'The Names of God', to learn more. But you mention Baha'ullah: his name means "glory of God". He is seen as the latest prophet of God & has a good following. However, when you examine his teachings, you will see that hidden behind his praises of God, he has a low regard of God's Son, Jesus Christ, treating him as just a prophet, as Mohammed & others do. When this happens and the Bible is reinterpreted, then falsehoods arise & we no longer have a true message from God for us but a lie through negation of Jesus' Sacrifice.
  • David on Isaiah 2
    why did God send joseph and mary into Egypt for refuge
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    The Lord sent Joseph and Mary with Jesus into Egypt for 2 reasons.
    1. To escape the murderous herod killing all the children.
    2. fulfill prophecy OUT OF EGYPT I HAVE CALLED MY SON.
    Matthew Chapter 2
    13 ...the angel of the Lord appeareth to Joseph in a dream, saying, Arise, and take the young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt, and be thou there until I bring thee word: for Herod will seek the young child to destroy him.

    14 When he arose, he took the young child and his mother by night, and departed into Egypt:

    15 And was there until the death of Herod: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken of the Lord by the prophet, saying, Out of Egypt have I called my son.
  • Sam on Isaiah 2
    How is nonconsensual sex (rape) veiwed in the bible I'm seeking advice on how to comfort my significant other and dont quite know how but I know their very religious and would normally talk to their preist (adoptive parent) about it but this is such a touchy subject they dont want to tell them quite yet please help
  • Adam - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    Hello, that is evil, a sin and has always been. I don't know what you mean by 'touchy subject' as it's black and white. In Mosaic law the punishment for this is death. Deuteronomy 22:25-27.
  • Paula Lewis - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    Yes it's very evil it is not a black or white thing. We are to forgive no matter what But not used as a rug mat! Although, Some may need counseling from a preacher or someone that is qualified and that can be trusted. Lots of prayers are needed. But with God all things are possible.
  • Hasan on Isaiah 2
    Lord of hosts or Jehovah of armies, the King of Glory, the Glory of God is Bah?'u'll?h.
  • Church - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    Jehovah is not in the KJV
  • Paula lewis - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    Jehovah is used numerous times in the King James Version
  • Foxy111 on Isaiah 2
    Christ alone takes us home. God is my potter . I am the clay. He can mold me his way.
  • Vanessa on Isaiah 2
    Asia is mentioned in the twice once in Acts 16:6 an 1 Peter 1:1 under the Roman province
  • JP on Isaiah 2
    Isaiah 2:4 That is the gun control I am looking forward too.
  • A disciple on Isaiah 2
    The East is referring to that which has contaminated the spirit of man through the matter of Nimrod and the building of Babel. Psalm 2 explains this perverted spirit in the heathen's rage against I AM and against His Anointed the Son of God. This was the stupidity and treachery of those who had the knowledge of the truth and the Covenant of Promise, and chose instead to be heathen and antichrist.
  • Rey on Isaiah 2
    Verse 6 - Thou (God) have forsaken (let go, divorced) the house of Jacob (Israel) because they be replenished (fill, restore) from the East (Orient, Asia, by Asian people). Asians may not be part of the said lost tribe of Israel but were ancient people since the earth was divided after the flood and during the time of Peleg. Asians are often neglected in most discussions about who are God’s chosen
  • Casey on Isaiah 2
    Peace peace peace no more violence no more evil Thank God
  • Obbie Beal on Isaiah 2

    20 In that day a man shall cast his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which they made each one for himself to worship, to the moles and to the bats; 21 To go into the clefts of the rocks, and into the tops of the ragged rocks, for fear of the LORD, and for the glory of his majesty, when He ariseth to shake terribly the earth. WOW! great earthquake, great earthquake, in that day.
  • Rey on Isaiah 2
    Verse 2 - "Mountain" means city. The City of the Lord shall be established above all cities in the world, and all nations will go there. God is going to build a great city for his glory.
  • RSK on Isaiah 2
    Jerusalem is mentioned and nothing is said indicating that Palestinian people have any right to it or that ownership will change in the end time. God gives Jerusalem to whom He pleases and that city is special to Him, especially in the end time and that is where Christ will return and rule from there. So who have eyes to see, and ears to hear , take heed.
  • B. Lever on Isaiah 2
    Verse 4 gives me such hope it is almost incomprehensible. Today's world is so far off that mark; seems demonic forces are everywhere. Truly only He can make nations abandon war. Peace and Righteousness directly from the Prince of Peace. It can't come soon enough for me.
  • Js - in Reply on Isaiah 2
    Yes unfortunately so many have gotten so far from the truth chasing the world for worldly possessions that we cant get back home...but we need to get back to the basics of life. A heart that is pure and a love that is bright....
  • Peter P. Maginde on Isaiah 2
    This is a great chapter when jew and gentile shall together come to jerusalem to worship The Lord on Zion. This is the time when righteousness will overcome evil and shalom on earth as it is in heaven.
  • Brianna vs. 4 on Isaiah 2
    Hope for the future. Jehovah keeps account of what is happening on the earth. This verse says he has to set matters right respecting many people. We may not receive justice now, but God is aware of the offense and he will correct the wrong. He also promises peace and an end to violence.
  • BSP on Isaiah 2
    Verse 12 shows that the day of Jehovah God is coming upon everyone. All will be affected world-wide.
  • Este on Isaiah 2
    Isaiah 2:4 - I believe God will give us this time of peace now.
  • BSP on Isaiah 2
    Verse 4 shows the promise of global peace soon to come. There is so much hatred and war in the world, but this shows that God is going to cause all wars to cease and the whole earth will live in peace.
  • Stephen O on Isaiah 2
    This chapter is about the end time. The day of the one fold and one shepherd. Isaiah is telling us about universal pease. The temple is established on the highest mountain. This concerns the second coming of Christ and the unification of the world. This will be the fulfilment of the prophesy by Christ; let thy will done on earth as it is in heaven...
  • Walter La Rue on Isaiah 2
    His word is so holy, so righteous, justice and truth...His word calls us all to his truth. His righteousness is so incomprehensible, brighter than the sun..isaiah speaks to the church today to come out of self centered religion, too throw done idols and rend our hearts not our garments....
  • Lu2677 on Isaiah 2
    I don't see the concept of man helping man as being of no value in this chapter. God uses people to help others. A charitable heart pleases God. This chapter tells us what God is going to do with the idols that men have erected and keep for themselves. And what is going to happen to idolaters.
  • Ruth Macharia on Isaiah 2:22
    This verse is trying to tell us as Christians no man has value in helping us because he she will one day die,only God can help us because He will do It forever.


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