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A Word for the Day, from Isaiah...

Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by righteousdude2, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. righteousdude2

    righteousdude2 Well-Known Member
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    Be blessed my brothers and sisters with this great promise from God...:type:

    Isaiah 54:17 the Amplified Bible (AMP)

    "But no weapon that is formed against you shall prosper, and every tongue that shall rise against you in judgment you shall show to be in the wrong. This [peace, righteousness, security, triumph over opposition] is the heritage of the servants of the Lord [those in whom the ideal Servant of the Lord is reproduced]; this is the righteousness or the vindication which they obtain from Me [this is that which I impart to them as their justification], says the Lord." :godisgood:
     
  2. HAMel

    HAMel Well-Known Member
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    A powerful promise!

    On another forum board I read a posting where it was claimed that "Evil" does not exist. Professing to be smarter than Lassie this poster went on to say that people might be misguided but certainly not evil.

    The evil being directed toward the Jews, in my humble opinion, is a result of their own action and attitudes.

    "But no weapon that is formed against you shall prosper..," What a powerful and true statement.
     
  3. DaChaser1

    DaChaser1 New Member

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    the 64,000 question is IF that promise was made to the jewish people under Old Covenant, or still applicable to us for today?
     
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