Isaiah Chapter 27 Discussion

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  • Randy gates
    Reminds that we should hold fast to GOD in all we go thru
  • Martin mallasch
    another question written by unbelievers, dragon is a reference to satan
  • Gary Olsen
    Look at verse 11 where the women (which is just a term to indicate those making bad choices) taking the withered and broken boughs or branches once destroyed and rekindling the flames of idolatrous practices. Small wonder the Father ends this verse with mercy being denied them.
  • Gary Olsen
    27:10 is revealing but you have to look at verse 9 first. The stones of the altar beaten in sunder with the groves and images undone. This is symbolic of idolatrous practices hated by the Father which are destroyed by him. Now go to verse 10 where the calf or the offering on these idolatrous altars or within these groves is eating the branches or arms of these idolatrous practices. Very funny.
  • A disciple
    "When the boughs thereof are withered, they shall be broken off: the women come, and set them on fire: for it is a people of no understanding: therefore he that made them will not have mercy on them, and he that formed them will shew them no favour." There is a generation which the LORD has rejected, and will not have mercy when He comes: what began with a city and a tower, and crucified the Lord.
  • R Stephenson
    Verse 3 is a wonderful promise that is repeated in psalms 121:4. He (Jesus) that watcheth over Israel neither slumbers nor sleeps. Leviathan/ Satan (also mentioned in psalms
  • Jermaine J.Williams
    Lord bless those who believe!
  • Insight 777
    I think the leviathan represents a submarine that weaves its way through the oceans. It is long like a serpent. Its power is immense and it is in the sea, not on it, as stated in verse 1, and travels unseen. There are writings that say the leviathan is 300 miles long but that fits a submarine also because the missiles it fires travel easily that distance and more.
  • Priscilla J Sharp
    I think this chapter goes back to Esau and Jacob and explains why there is so much conflict over the land that should rightfully be Israel. There will be conflict until the Temple of Jerusalem is built and even Israel 's enemies will ultimately bough to worship God as supreme.
  • Barbara Baute
    This Chapter like war in the mist. there also a answer at the end of the Chapter. The Lord know who for him or against him.
  • Wanjiru Kamoche
    It talks about the end after this world.

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