Isaiah Chapter 35 Discussion

  • T Levis - In Reply on Isaiah 35 - 1 year ago
    That seems to be a subject of today that is pretty fascinating. Supposedly the seeds of the fig tree were retrieved from the jars recovered with the Dead Sea Scrolls. Speculation was/is these were the types present during the time Jesus walked in Jerusalem. The most remarkable is some people tried planting the seeds & were successfully growing them today, bringing Interest back to scriptures!! Praise God

    Genesis 1:11,12,
  • Marie Robinson Johnson on Isaiah 35 - 1 year ago
    Where is the Baobab tree mentioned in Isaiah 35 1_2
  • David - In Reply on Isaiah 35:4 - 2 years ago

    You are most welcomed. May our God and Lord Jesus Christ shine His face on your family and all the saints. Keep safe and praising the Lord.
  • Gigi - In Reply on Isaiah 35:4 - 2 years ago

    Thank you for posting this beautiful Doxology! It is a declaration to God's people to offer up all praise and worship to our Amazing, Great God!
  • David on Isaiah 35:4 - 2 years ago
    Praise GOD from Whom all blessings flow

    Praise HIM all creatures here below

    Praise HIM above ye Heavenly Hosts


  • Mishael - In Reply on Isaiah 35 - 2 years ago
    When you commit suicide, YOU prevent the plans God had for your life, from ever happening.

    IF you received Jesus as your Savior and Lord as it says in John chapter 3,

    Jesus gave you the Holy Spirit to be your HELPER; and to COMFORT YOU, TEACH YOU about Jesus.

    3. Respond: Believe, Repent, Confess, Accept Jesus as Lord and Savior

    To be saved, we must believe that Jesus is Lord and believe that He died for our sins. This confession acknowledges before God that we are unable to attain righteousness on our own and that we accept His plan for our lives.


    "Dear God, I believe in you and that your Son, Jesus Christ, is Lord. I believe in His sacrifice for my sins and His resurrection from the dead. I repent and ask forgiveness for my sins and I'm deciding now to follow you. Please, come into my life through the gift of your Holy Spirit. It is in the Lord Jesus' name that I ask and receive, Amen."

    Be baptized

    Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.


    Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you.

    My salvation testimony: I'm just going to tell the part you are interested in. I was into the Occult/Astrology for years. I wasn't saved in my heart anymore. My friend says "the Bible says this is wrong! and stomps out. All I can hear is the echo of her words. 1 Timothy 3:5

    Jesus sent two visions to me. Revelation 1:18.

    I saw him on a white horse. He stared right thru me and he wasn't smiling.

    I read for an hour from the Bible about astrologers. It has a DEATH PENALTY. I laid my head on the Bible and said I deserve to die. Then I saw HELL in the 2nd vision. It is dense twisted roots, you can't move. It's dark, no light. Everything screams!

    Luke 16:19-31, Matthew 23:33

    Matthew 25:41-46

    Mark 9:43

    Satan is real. He wants us dead, to hurt Jesus.

    Don't go there. They don't sleep. Just scream!
  • English sacha - In Reply on Isaiah 35 - 2 years ago
    Myra , I'm so sorry but it doesn't say that any where in the Bible . I'm so sorry that your friend was so distressed that they wanted to die . Maybe you can help her/him by trying to get closer to God and Jesus together ?
  • Jesse - In Reply on Isaiah 35 - 2 years ago

    There is no difference. The words holy, sanctify, sanctified, sanctification, and saint all come from the same word, HAGIOS. They all mean to be set apart. A saint is someone who has been set apart (HAGIOS) for God's purposes. We have been sanctified (HAGIOS), which means set apart. And we are HAGIOS (Holy) because we have the Holy One dwelling in us!

    But there is no difference between the words!
  • Otis Holland on Isaiah 35 - 2 years ago
    what is the different between sancify and holiness?


  • Malissia E Pierce on Isaiah 35 - 3 years ago
    I thank GOD for His word, which brings healing, wholeness and deliverance
  • Rev Lori West on Isaiah 35:3 - 3 years ago
    Dear Donna,

    As mothers, oh how we hurt when our beloved children are in pain. I pray your dear son's knees to be strengthened miraculously whether it be from arthritis, past injury, not enough exercise, bad habits or whatever. We all need so much help whether it "shows" or not! So many things can start to go wrong that our whole Beings come under attack. It is an astounding pain to have our knees in bad shape, and one that affects our whole being. Soldiers in my family have faced many injuries to their knees and it has certainly touched my own life through two MVA's in 8 years that involved irresponsible drivers. Forgiveness is crucial, even If we haven't caused the problem. And forgiving ourselves is so vital when we have just plain made bad choices as well. So May every drop of grace and constructive help and direction Come to your family.

    I pray every blessing and mercy over Mike and your spirit, soul and body and all forms of tender mercies to flood both of you. It is so easy to put on weight and feel down and it can be just as bad for skinny Folks who for whatever reason have severe knee trouble. It's very hurtful, even humiliating when folks face pain of any kind that brings judgment and assumption to us, or our loved ones, as we don't want their struggle to bring them down into a physical or mental health crisis. You sound like a very caring mom and I'll be praying for you as you search for those prayers for strengthening the knees and causing new Hope to rise up for the times you stand on His promise. May the Precious Holy Spirit speak to your beloved son about whatever may be heavy on his heart that might not show...we thank God for Jesus Who knows all about it. May His Truth and Love comfort you, dear sister.


  • Marilyn on Isaiah 35:3 - 3 years ago
    Like Donna, I am asking, praying, seeking for a healing. My fervid prayer is not for me but for my sweet son, Mike, who has become morbidly obese. He has turned 41. i am in great fear for his health. Please pray with me that his appetite will be diminished, that his legs will be able to hold him up to exercise. thank you all.
  • Justin McBur ey on Isaiah 35 - 3 years ago
    I claim these versus for us here on earth
  • Isaiah 35th chapter 34th verse on Isaiah 35 - 3 years ago
    Thanks for sending me isaiah 35 chaper and 34 verse
  • Marilyn T on Isaiah 35 - 4 years ago
    Praise God! Praise his holy name. There is a Place for the righteous only. The way is Holiness and the unrighteousness can Not even walk over it. Thanks God! This is truly a special place because Animals that most of us fear will not be there. A perfect place with joy and happiness.
  • Stephen Francis Zielski on Isaiah 35 - 6 years ago
  • BSP on Isaiah 35 - 6 years ago
    I look forward to the fulfillment of verse 10 when any grief and sighing will be done away with.
  • A disciple on Isaiah 35 - 6 years ago
    While we are still in this world, the Lord has said that He would keep us from the evil as we look to Him and abide in Him. How long the Nations are ordained to have the dominion, is all in the Father's hands, for His own reasons. What a blessing when God gives a ruler who seeks to do good! We are likewise sent out from Babylon in full view of the world, to take our journey to the New Jerusalem.
  • BSP on Isaiah 35 - 6 years ago
    God promised the Israelites that he would protect them as they left Babylon and went back to Jerusalem.
  • BSP on Isaiah 35 - 7 years ago
    Verse 8 mentions that the highway is a way of holiness and not the way to holiness so one must be holy in order to travel on this highway.
  • Irene123 on Isaiah 35 - 7 years ago
    V. 6 brought to mind Acts 3:8
  • Stephen F. Zielski on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    PARADOX ! Transition. It truly is our Heavenly Abba Dad and Eternal Father and God Almighty Yahweh Elohim who choose's the weak, foolish and febel thing's of this world to bring to naught the thing's that are, indeed. SHALOM ISRAEL ZION ! COME LORD YESHUA ! God bless you. Shalom yedda dim.
  • Margaret Mead on Isaiah 35:5 - 8 years ago
    I used to sing this in a song in the Salvation Army from when I was a child. I had always thought that this was a literal prophetic word. That healing of body, mind and spirit would happen on the Day of Redemption whenever that might be . I still think that, but now I also have a different angle on this scripture, and can see how it was a prophetic word for the day when the Messiah would come and save His people from their sins and heal their hearts and minds, infusing joy. I thank God for giving me this new insight. I think it also refers to Heaven, though, as "only the redeemed will walk there".. and will "enter Zion with singing"! Even those who are tone deaf will sing. Glorious thought.
  • Daniel on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    The first time I read or heard this verse I was a baby Christian - but even then it excited me. Now, 35 years into the journey, it is richer and more precious to me. When we seek a relationship with the Lord that is profound pungent He reveals deep truths in a lavish fashion. One simply cannot out give the 'Giver of Life'. My time alone with the Lord is fun and wonderful and it is never ever boring. Along the way He helped me dump the religosity, the humanistic thinking etc. I am walking that highway today and have stopped worrying about the roaring lions the actions of those who are lovers of sin self. For I walked once in their midst but He has elevated me and lifted my head to see His beautiful face. How thankful are all who have entered into His rest.
  • Lilian on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    God knows how to provide and bless us on any situation, Dont let your heart be troubled and Fear not for God is strong, mighy and powerful. Be still and keep your faith with God and love him with all your hearts and mind. And thanks to Jesus for the precious blood that shed for us, his ressurection, his acencion and thanks to the Holy Spirit for being with us all the time. We must follow Jesus and live like Jesus. Amen
  • Roland on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    my favourite chapter. the highway of holiness
  • Bill on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    This is a response to "Rob, Isaiah 35 ". "The excellency of Carmel and Sharon ". Carmel and Sharon were a location. Sharon was a very fertile land between Joppa and Mt. Carmel. The coastal plain of Sharon was known for its fertile soil and absolutely breath taking beauty of flowers. Look at Song of Solomon 2:1, the mention of "I am the rose of Sharon. ". We look at Isaiah 35:2, when we as man see open rolling mountainous Carmel valleys covered in millions of flowers of every single color, it is breath taking. It is absolutely a beauty that brings a sense of peace within. The splendor of Carmel and Sharon is just that, a creation of God that brings all of man too "awe struck ".
  • Rob on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    What is the significance or Carmel Sharon ? what do they mean? Can anyone explain please, there has to be a Spiritual significance !!!1!!
  • Rob on Isaiah 35 - 8 years ago
    it reminds me that i have to clean up my life
  • Roland on Isaiah 35 - 9 years ago
    My favourite chap.The assurance of a great GOD.

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