Isaiah Chapter 59 Discussion

  • Ann e Anglin on Isaiah 59 - 3 years ago
    Gods Timing::::::::There Friends Gods timing is different from Ours, we've to be continual in prayer n be patient

    And Waite on His Answer We cannot hurry the microwave as one preacher said Cote did you ever tell the microwave to hurry up. God is a God of chances He answer when the time seems fit. Jesu

    He didn't have to go to school when He was with us on earth, whenHe went to the Temple,He was teaching themwe still have His teachings n words today

    He's still speaking to Us today just as 2000plus years ago

    Friends seek Him n you will find Him just keep talking to Him He came for All sinners n will always hears Our Prayers even when we thing He's not listening He came forUsall
  • Robert - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    Isaiah, Chapter 59.

    We don't have the ability, because of our sin, to put on God's armor, so God has put all the armor we need on his Son to become our shield. As Satan rules earth and is finite, our infinite God concentrates on our eternal life, whether in darkness or in light.

    All the commands God gives us in His Word can only be achieved by his Son, Jesus Christ, not us. We are in the wrong gospel when we look to ourselves in becoming righteous and obedient to the Law of God, who by His definition is being without sin and is the Word who dwelt among us, our Redeemer.

    Other gods are other gospels, and other gospels are judged in Revelation 22: 18&19 adding or taking away from God's Word. (For whosoever keeps the whole Law of God and yet offends in one point is guilty of all.)

    No wonder God keeps reminding us to fear Him, and showing us we are to approach Him "empty" as sinners, begging for mercy and no other way.

    When we trust and wait for Christ and live by the faith "of" Christ, not our worthless faith, a channel opens for us to pray to Him where our hope and wishes become exactly the will of God.

    God is a Spirit and we are to worship Him in Spirit and Truth. One sin will send us into eternal death, so it is unprofitable for his servants to profess moral conduct to the masses. We are still blind to Him when we seek Him literally, not spiritually.

    When we are poor in spirit, or meek, or lowly we are open to His Spirit and without another gospel blocking The Word of God.

    As we read or hear The Holy Bible we are being covered by the robe of Christ's righteousness and His helmet of salvation.

    Religion comes in many forms that pollute God's Word. To live by the faith of the Son of God is the opposite of being religious and opens us to be indwelled by the Father and Son and the Holy Spirit. That is salvation, and salvation is everything.

    Variations of Gods word will die with us.

    God's Word is Holy and will live with us forever.

  • Jim on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    I f you let God fight your battles for you , you want have too. I'm talking about spiritual battle. Because we cannot fight against the devil and the wickedness that he bring. Only God can fight those spiritual battles. We can fight against flesh and blood, but not against the wicked spirit that be.pray and do good works so that you can build up your faith. God may not always be around, but he will strengthen you and comfort you. Put on the whole armour of God, so that you will be protected.

    I n reference to Isaiah 59.
  • Chris on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    I think that the chapter, taken as a whole, imposes some social responsibility on us to challenge evil practices like war, to become "intercessors."

    If we don't, the blood is on our hands (v 3), because "None calleth for justice, nor any pleadeth for truth.." v 4.

    "None," therefore, doesn't only include the wrongdoers, it includes all of us who should call for justice and plead for truth.

    "The way of peace they know not, and there is no judgment in their goings: they have made them crooked paths: whosoever goeth therein shall not know peace." v 8.

    Because we haven't pleaded for truth or called for justice, "Therefore is judgment far from us, neither doth justice overcome us." v 9.
  • JoAnnH - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    Georgia- Isaiah 59

    My heart breaks with you and I know from scripture, we are punished for our sin against GOD because he is a holy God; however, If we seek God's wisdom, James 1:7, we will know HIM, and understand what is happening all around us. God's word is your source for Truth, Direction, Love, and just understanding life in general. When I read Isaiah 59 (as I am studying this book now), I immediately saw the year 2020. We have denied God for so long and Satan is revealing himself in a powerful way, yet true believers know Satan is fighting because he knows his time is short.
  • Diamond Rolle - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    most off the time we have to check our selves to see if we are right and where we went wrong and repent, God is be dealing with us to to make us strong in him. I was their also i know how you feel trust God prayer back the word of God in the Bible ask God for scripture relative to your situate believe and trust God He will fright for you but you have to be calm .
  • Raja sugumar on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    In many places in old testament the words ram,rama are comingfrequently.And also in INDIA in Hindu vedas the same words RAM and RAMA are coming. But these words denote the name of Hindu Lord.Now my question is,Is there any connection between the old testament and Hindu vedas.Please answer me.
  • Bob Hilt - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    That is true the closer you get to the Lord the more enemies one accumulates. Yes we are to pray for OUR enemies.
    Praying for the enemies of the Lord is another matter.
    2 Chronicles 19:2 And Jehu the son of Hanani the seer went out to meet him, and said to king Jehoshaphat, Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and love them that hate the LORD? therefore is wrath upon thee from before the LORD.
  • GEORGIA - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    Thank you for letting me know that I am not alone going thru this trials. I appreciate all the scriptures that you share with me that are the same. It took me few years in order to be able to forgive the evildoers. I guess that I need to work a little be more in forgiveness because I didn't see any of them stumbled or caught in their own trap.... I pray God to give strength, protection, and clarity to write my closing argument and that God open the mind of the judge to see me as God sees me, not like the evil wants me to be seen. In Jesus name. Amen🙏🙏🙏
  • Dee - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    I too have been in similar situation and I came to realize that the closer I walked with God and My Savior Jesus Christ the more adversaries I gained. Psalm 23, Deuteronomy 20:4 & 31:6, Isaiah 41:10, Matthew 5:43-48. You may find it difficult at first; however, pray for your enemies. Romans 12:14 and 12:20, Luke 6:27 & 12:14. I prayed and my enemies became my footstool. God and My Savior Jesus Christ stepped in and peace restored. I watched from the sidelines as my enemies stumbled and were caught in the traps they laid for me. Praise God and My Savior Jesus Christ forever, faithfully do I follow where Christ leads me. Praises to God and My Savior Jesus Christ the head of my life forever.
  • GEORGIA - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    No I dont assume God covers me 24/7 is just the fact that i m very tired mentally physically and spiritually after 5 year praying fasting for protection and deliverance from those evildoers. Thank you for your answer. I appreciate it
  • Adam - In Reply on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    Hello, it sounds like you're assuming God 'promised' he will protect you from evil 24/7 during your lifetime because you believe in Him. If so, that may not be true. In fact, the Bible says we will have many tribulations and that Satan and his evil will tempt us, but we must resist Him. God is a fair judge who and people who commit evil against us will receive judgment, but it may not happen on our arbitrary time table. Have you resisted satan, prayed for him to flee, and stayed strong in your faith in God? 1 Corinthians 10:13, James 1:12, 1 Peter 5:10, Romans 12:12
  • Georgia on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    Why God doesn't stop the enemy as He promised in verse Isaiah 59:19 and 54:17 and He is letting the slanderous people growing strong against me every day for 5 years now?can someone pray for me to be delivered and restore? Thank you
  • Annette I Wright on Isaiah 59 - 4 years ago
    God himself wrought the victory by his own right hand through Christ Jesus. But in light of trusting in oneself for righteousness, we are blocked from God in our prayers. I cant help but see the contrast here of trusting soley in God's provision for our redemption, rather than our own strength through the arm of the flesh. It is by grace alone and this we have through Jesus Christ our Lord.
  • Obbie Beal on Isaiah 59 - 5 years ago
    Verse 1 God inform us of HIS POWER. Verse 2-15 the warning of specific sins, plus the result of each sins. Verse 15-21, being displeased with our sins GOD do two things; HE enact HIS plan for punishment and provide HIS PLAN Of Redemption; GOD'S Redemption also carries a Blessing. WOW! WOW! WOW! Thank GOD for HIS LOVE that offer sinners forgiveness of sin, plus SALVATION through the BLOOD OF JESUS.
  • Stephen B. on Isaiah 59 - 6 years ago
    Thank God we now have an intercessor, our Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ. Woe to them who take not part in God's salvation and have not One to stand between God's wrath.
  • BSP on Isaiah 59 - 6 years ago
    Verse 21: The divine teaching and truths that we receive from Jehovah God will never depart from his servants mouths.
  • Sr on Isaiah 59 - 6 years ago
    Verse 21 is saying that the children of Israel ( Deuteronomy 28:68) that agreed with the holy covenant are his seed forevermore. They transgressed his laws and despised his judgments therefore they suffered greatly for it (trans Atlantic Slave Trade). Ezekiel 37 reveals their sleep state and how they will begin to wake up and clothe themselves with the garments of righteousness such as Sabbath Day
  • Irene123 on Isaiah 59 - 7 years ago
    V.21 - Deut. 6:4-7 explains Isa. 59: 21; Pro. 22:6
  • Ifeellostbutfullofhope on Isaiah 59 - 7 years ago
    I have walked amoung evil and I have walked with jesuspect right beside me and I thought I was walking with him but by reading this I now see i Always walked a little bit ahead of him.I can't quite but my finger on it or the feeling, buy I know and I know when he's holding me up because I'm to weak to walk and fly and he's been carry me for a. Long time. Thank u Jesus!!! For all u do
  • Irene123 on Isaiah 59 - 7 years ago
    V. 19 and Ch. 62:10 - "............the Lord shall lift up a standard against him"; The 'standard' is the word of God, and it will be done in his spirit - which is in his people. "............without me ye can do NOTHING."
  • June Patterson on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    Verse 21 is assurance that He will always be with Israel (and us that know Him)
  • Ronald on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    Verse 21is a blessing from the Lord to all those who will turn away from their wicked ways and trust and follow the ways of the Lord. God says He will allow your words to be a blessing not only for you and your children but your grandchildren as well.
  • William Jackson on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    Is numerology a familiar spirit and should be cast out?
  • James Montgomery on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    Can someone explain verse 21 for me?
  • Esaia kekana on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    Lord is so merciful and remind us that if we believe in him there is no ways can go wrong as he is willing to listen to is nd safe us the way he safe the Israeliets..
  • Riley Christopher on Isaiah 59:1 - 8 years ago
    I love this verse I say it everyday to my kids
  • Rosa J. Williams on Isaiah 59:19 - 8 years ago
    God hands are not short that he cannot save Isreal or us today if we would turn from our wicked ways pray and seek his face then would he forgive Isreal their sins and save them from sins.And the devil from keeping us in darknes.
  • Kerri on Isaiah 59 - 8 years ago
    God is merciful and forgiving. However if we continue to ignore His word He will shut His ears and eyes to us And He will separate Himself from us. These are the words The Lord gave to Isaiah to deliver to the Israelites who were constantly straying from His precepts. He is merciful and slow to anger but also an all consuming fire. This chapter is a stern warning for us.
  • Dennis on Isaiah 59 - 9 years ago
    The righteousness of GOD is unbelievable even to those who transgress and repent of their sins.His love towards us is infinity

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