Isaiah Chapter 51 Discussion

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  • Teri
    God desires to be intimately known, i think the reference to both Abraham and Sarah reminds me of the relationship He had with them, especially to call Abraham "friend" but to be reminded to put away sin so we can have fellowship with Him and experience all the blessings He desires to give us! Comfort, joy, gladness, song...
  • BSP
    Verse 3~Even though we do not know exactly what the Garden of Eden looked like we can contrast it to the wilderness mentioned here and conclude that it was a beautiful park-like Paradise.
  • Obbie Beal
  • Royce
    powerfull chapter, praise GOD
  • A disciple
    "Hearken to me, ye that follow after righteousness, ye that seek the LORD: look unto the rock whence ye are hewn, and to the hole of the pit whence ye are digged. Look unto Abraham your father, and unto Sarah that bare you: for I called him alone, and blessed him, and increased him." Understanding the roots of our existence is fundamental in understanding the greatness and purpose of our salvation
  • Semere kidane
    Praise be the name of JESUS. This messenge was sent to me from my lord today Because he needed me to know this, even thou I was looking for other Bible chapter when I was searching. This Word of God made my heart stay firm and increased my faith and gave me rest. All Glory, all praise and all thanksgiving be to the one and only True and almighty God JESUS CHRIST. Amen.
  • Stephen F. Zielski
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  • Peter
    I like verse 6 because all things created have an ending but the WORD OF GOD stands forever and ever without ending.
    If God be for us, who can be against us? If i have a God that did all those great things that was mentioned in this book of Isaiah chapter 51, why then should i be afraid of a mortal like me.
  • Linda
    Thank you sooooo much I need
    this understanding on this day just like it was a lpad off of my life my lord thank
    you jesus.
  • Glenn Samuels sr for verse 3
    What message does the Bible say about Isaiah 51:3
  • M
    Thank GOD thank GOD that we as GOD people do not have to be afraid of our enemy or the people that want to take advantage or say bad things to us because vengeance is mine says the LORD I will repay. Thank DOD for JESUS.
  • M
    Isaiah 51 is letting us as GOD children know that we do not need to be afraid of our enemy because GOD is in control,HE take very good care of us ,when the wicket even my foes come upon me to eat my flesh they will stumble and fall.GOD said it and I believe it.
  • James
    Shoshanahim's interpretations are blasphemous. I hope he changes his belief before the Lord's return or he is doomed.
  • Marcellus chuene
    Isaiah 51 is inspirational and shows how much God cares for His People, despite our lack of faith and fear. It underscores the importance of putting everything in God's hands.
  • Sam okorie
    Isaiah 51 shows the supremacy of God over every circumstances of our lives that threathen our existence on daily basis .God in this chapter admonished us not to care about human threats but rather ponder on how awesome are the works of His hands.this chapter also remind us that we should put absolute trust and confidence in the AWESOME ONE-JEHOVAH.
  • Shoshanahim
    According to the word of the LORD the rock from whence we are hewn is a comet(Psalms 18: 12, 13; Daniel 2: 34, 35; Revelation 8: 11; 9: 1 - too many others to mention) that struck the earth in the previous timeline which will occur again in our generation (Ecclesiastes 1:9, 10; 3: 15; 12: 1-8) the impact of the comet creates an immense pit in the earth (Isaiah 5: 14; Psalms 55: 23; 94: 14; Jeremiah 48:44; Matthew 12:11; Revelation 11:7; Revelation 20:1). The 144,000 mentioned in Revelation 14 are the ones who escape the effects of the comet impact that destroys all life on earth (Isaiah 1:9; Ezekiel 12:16).
  • Bro, Lambert
    Isaiah 51 taught me a deep ,letting us know that is only God we should fear,by being consciousness of His stands in our life that we are in His hands,and is not possible for our enemy to attack us because before their attack get us it must 1st of all pass through God.

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