Isaiah Chapter 3 Discussion



 
  • Adam - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 1 year ago
    Matthew 28:18-20
  • Baker - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 1 year ago
    Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him.But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptized of thee, and comest thou to me?And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness. Then he suffered him.
  • Richarrd cain on Isaiah 3 - 1 year ago
    Jesus said when he was here and left; baptiste all in the name of the farther and the son and the holy ghost. who did john the baptist baptise jesus in the name of?
  • Richard H Priday - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    That question involves a sense of one and the same when the accuser torments us and puts us in bondage. Obviously; as Romans 5:10; Colossians 1:21 and other verses indicate we all were enemies of God and remain so until we are Born Again.

    It seems with Satan's role as the "accuser of the brethren" ( Revelation 12:10) that he focuses more on those who are saved than the rest of the world-for several reasons. For one thing; being the god of this world" (Corinthians) that men being already under his spell are better to not fear reality. Undoubtably; the enemy has learned that when the fear of God comes on someone as to their spiritual state they are more likely to turn to God. If the enemy of our souls affects us it starts in our minds; and when a weakness is exploited that leads to sin the carrot as it were switches to the accusations and oppression. It is because of our sin that he has legal authority to accuse us. He may also buffet us as occurred with Paul; or use people to go after us. This is; of course no battle to seek alone-we must trust God that Christ is sufficient-it is He who remains faithful even when we are not ( 2 Tim. 2:13). If we are rendered useless to produce fruit spiritually; that is enough to kill off our witness.

    We need to understand that all our good works apart from Christ is "filthy rags" ( Isaiah 64:6). If we do have a healthy appreciation of that; we also need to see us as having a new nature (if truly we have examined ourselves in Christ to see if we are in the faith). The way to do this is to recognize His voice; and I pray that you can do that today. There is no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus. We; however fall at His feet realizing our unworthiness and undeservedness of His mercies. We still are capable of sin; but in Christ that is not truly who we are as our identity; but we are dying daily to self.

    He chastises all He loves; that is different than destruction of His enemies.
  • Luz on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    A question? What is the difference between being God's judgement and being under spiritual attack?
  • Women Making a Difference - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    Thank God for your faith.

    You may be edified by viewing some of Iverna Tompkins videos on YouTube.

    We are all people of these difficult times and days. Women need encouragement to evangelize the women who are needing it. I am not saying: revolution. We can all see of women in Jesus's life on earth, and all through the New Testament, who helped as they could and made a difference. Were written of, in the Bible. Hebrews 11

    It's just as important to raise our children with confidence in Jesus, to walk with them too.

    We're not orphans. We're adopted by the "spirit of adoption", and legal children of our Savior and King.
  • English Sacha - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    Dear Hope , there is so much that can be said about Jesus and the things that were revealed in the New Testament regarding women . How about the lady who had had an issue of blood for twelve years ? She should have been at home in isolation because her condition meant that she was pretty much permanently unclean , instead she mingled with a throng of people and touched Christ's garment . What was his response to her ? Is this in any way connected to the events in Genesis and the curse that was put on women because of Eve's sin ? I could say more about this and other signifant instances regarding women but I'm not going to . What's the point . May God bless you my sister in Christ .
  • Hope Coleman on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    Someone need to read Joel 2:28 also Acts 2:17, and stop putting a woman down. It was a woman who said come see a man who told me all i done and a whole town followed her to see Jesus, and what about the woman who went and told the men that Jesus has risen the men follow her back to the tomb. From someone who love Jesus and his people.
  • Dianne - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    Annette T Ford Isaiah 3 This is not a really good time in history for Gods chosen people, they were going after idolatrous practices and worship and displaying total arrogance against God. The daughter of Zion is a figure of speech for Israel, when you look ar Isaiah 1:10-19 God explains how Israel is being like whore with her idolatrous worship and yet in verses 16-19 if you repent of your works I'll deliver you. Many times when God delivered the children of Israel in time they went back to worshipping other gods. God Bless
  • Annette T Ford on Isaiah 3 - 2 years ago
    In Isaiah 3: 16-21, who is God talking to, only the daughter of Zion to everyone.
  • Jane E Griffin on Isaiah 3:12 - 3 years ago
    My comment is that it is true, women rule over them, I am a woman, women bring chaos, they should not rule, even in the workplace, they cause chaos, I will not work under a woman, they bring chaos. The bible is right, it's true, I will turn down a job if a woman is leading, and many times if I'm working beside her chaos.
  • Jamar Thomas on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    The bible is important
  • Robert Malit - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    Brother John, what you said is the truth, I believe that as well. For anyone who do not believe this, the Holy Spirit is grieved and is not in them, therefore cannot see the truth, because they have not spiritual discernment, so what you are saying is foolishness to them.
  • Rick Mentzer - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    Hi John Its Rick I've got a few guestions and I don't argue scripture that being said Jesus Christ said I can do nothing without my Father, it says in Gods Word no man has ever seen God , it says in Gods Word God is spirit you can't see taste touch smell or hear spirit when Jesus Christ was on the cross He was talking to Himself? Now i,m not here to argue again but the trinity is not in kjv. and its origin started with the meeting in nicea and it was called the nicene creed before that the belief that God and Jesus Christ and holy spirit being one in entity did not exist, notice I didn't say purpose I said entity also let us not forget that Christ now sits at the right hand of Gods throne. Also in the Gospel of luke !:80 it says that the child grew and waxed strong spiritually I he was God there is no need to get spiritually stronger also in book of James 1:13 it says God can't be tempted neither temp he any man and yet my bible says Our brother was tempted in all ways yet he didn't sin. This in no way take away the reality that Gods only begotten son in the flesh accompllshed the greatest the greatest achievement which was to believe perfectly who he was and deliver us to His father and ours.
  • John on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    I will say with absolute confidence that if anyone does not believe Jesus is 100% man and 100% God cannot be saved from the consuming fire and a bottomless pit that is to come , for you must believe that This same Jesus had NO sin / He was made to be sin for us 'that had no sin 'that we might be made the righteousness of God in HIM.Paul tells us in Romans - that all have sinned and come short of the Glory of God , further more we see the three accounts of John in Jn 1:114 1John 5:20 and of course Rev 1:718! You Must read in context line upon line percept upon precept.- there is an immediate context and remote , this is the first law of hermeneutics.

    Tell me ROB - are you a Jehovah witness ? I would like to talk to you about 1Cor 15:24
  • Richard in Christ - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    Brother Chris,

    Thank you very much for that warm reply. I really appreciate it. Yea, I really don't even like bringing up the whole "shape of earth" thing. As it really just brings quarrel between people. Sometimes even between two believers and this is not good. The most important thing is the Lord Jesus Christ. As He is the way, the truth, and the life and the only way to our Perfect Father in Heaven.

    I am very thankful knowing you took the time to read my Testimony. As the only other person who has listened to me, and believed me, about all the things I've experienced with the Lord, in the last year, is my mother. As I give credit to the Holy Spirit wanting me to type my Testimony up a few months back. Then leading me here where I could post it. Also it is such a Blessing to have yourself, and all others, on here spending time conversing about the Lord. Trying to help one another in any way we can.

    Guessing I can say there will always be points that people may feel different about. The most important thing is giving ourselves to Jesus Christ. Trusting in the Lord. Trying our best to stay away from the evil and sin in this world by satan. Following in the foot steps of the Lord. Staying Holy. Reading our Bibles, praying, praising and thanking, and acknowledging Him in all ways. He will direct our paths.

    Thanks again Chris. God Bless you.
  • Chris - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    Hi Richard, that was truly a mighty testimony with clear evidences of the Lord meeting with you directly & ministering His Grace to you by Word & Deed. You have been through so much in your life & no doubt all things coming together for your eternal good. I would however, strongly differ with your belief on the Earth's form as would be seen in my (& other folks') discussions with some others holding that view, but I overlook that difference & just leave the matter with the Lord to help us with. But we can indeed see His work of Grace in your life & your enthusiasm to know & love Him more. The Lord bless you brother, in your walk with the Lord.
  • Rob - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    On this subject , God always extends mercy first and if refused then judgement is sure .

    A few examples like Nineveh , committed horrendous sins but took heed and where spared

    The seven churches in Revelation , most needed correction , how many repented ?
  • Rob - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    Verse 39 end of the verse " O My people , they which lead thee cause thee to err and destroy the way of thy paths . "

    At this time the establishment is false , they have changed the ways of God that lead to ruin .

    So many false doctrines really do damage if they are believed .

    The only cure for this is diligent study of the Word of God , get the Holy Spirits help , in understanding and doing what you learn to live a holy life ...

    Jesus said in Luke 21 v 8

    " take heed that ye be not deceived: for many shall come in my name , saying I am Christ and the time draweth near , go ye not therefore after them .

    These are deceivers ,

    I AM is what they say about Jesus and the rapture doctrine is ever so imminent.

    I don't think they can be helped , but beware you don't get deceived.

    When I first started reading the Bible this verse really was impressed upon me but I understood it not , but was care ful on what people said , and learned to read the Bible my self . Wow so glad o did !

    I know these false doctrines better than they do , because they can not see the errors of them . And the damage that is ahead of them .

    The Spirit of truth will lead you into all truth , not errors .

    Jesus is the way the truth and the life ...
  • Rob on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    So how dark are these days we are in ? Here is a verse that to me is quite revealing about what's going on these days . Read it in context to get the bigger picture , this is in end times .

    Isaiah 3 v 12

    As for my people , children are your oppressors , and women shall rule over them . O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths .

    Many false prophets, and women leaders are popping up every where , the next president of the USA could easily be the next and she is no saint . They the children in understanding are trying now to over throw civilized countries, it's happening now even in the USA and around the world . I hope not and pray not but if so there is a reason for it . We are in end times .

    Seek the Lord and his kingdom first !
  • Vanessa on Isaiah 3 - 3 years ago
    the politicians here in America should read this and take these words of the Lord and let them soak in before they are brought to ruin , this Nation was blessed by God , a nation that helps all others and we are watching it being destroyed by greed and lawlessness , Christians bow down to the Lord and pray as we watch the spirit of the antichrist working, look to the heavens, praise the Lord our God and cry out in humbleness for healing of this once great nation, we learned what happen to sodom and gomorrah
  • Neena - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 4 years ago
    This is very true I'm very sad that I have to agree
  • Neena - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 4 years ago
    Amen
  • Neena - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 4 years ago
    Isaiah 64:6 (KJV) "All righteousness is as filthy rags."
  • Beverly Barnes - In Reply on Isaiah 3 - 4 years ago
    Did you not know that Jesus was conceived in Mary womb with the holy spirit ? How John received the holy spirit is when Mary entered the room with the babe in her womb. Let those that have ears to hear hear
    ?
  • Maria Morales on Isaiah 3 - 5 years ago
    Isaiah is warning both the northern and southern kingdom Jerusalem is referring to northern kingdom. He is warning their leaders who are devouring his vineyard. In other words they are not judging the people, Israel , with the knowledge of the word of God.
  • Patricia Jackson on Isaiah 3 - 5 years ago
    Isaiah speaks of past, present and future things to come, what I have read, I see going on today. I cry as I read, for it speaks of truth
  • A disciple on Isaiah 3 - 7 years ago
    "And the people shall be oppressed, every one by another, and every one by his neighbor: the child shall behave himself proudly against the ancient, and the base against the honorable." In Jeremiah 25:28-30 is the Word of wrath upon the Nations of the world, and that as judgment begins at the house of God (Israel), so it must follow upon all the rest of the world who are under God's Elect People.
  • Lu2677 on Isaiah 3 - 7 years ago
    Insight 777 You say "Jesus was not born with the Holy Spirit from the whom as John was." Definitely read John 1. Verse 33,34. John witness the Holy Spirit descend on Jesus, and stayed, (a dove) so John would see what was to come for all that believed in Jesus. Jesus is God, Jesus is the Holy Spirit, how could He be absent from himself? John says Jesus was before me. May the Lord give you wisdom.
  • I AM on Isaiah 3 - 7 years ago
    The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord:
    Who is a liar but he that denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denies the Father and the Son. Woe unto the wicked! it shall be ill with him: for the reward of his hands shall be given him. What mean ye that ye beat my people to pieces, and grind the faces of the poor says the Lord GOD of hosts?


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