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Isaiah 1 New Living Translation (NLT)
1 These are the visions that Isaiah son of Amoz saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem. He saw these visions during the years when Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah were kings of Judah.[a]

A Message for Rebellious Judah
2 Listen, O heavens! Pay attention, earth!
This is what the Lord says:
“The children I raised and cared for
have rebelled against me.
3 Even an ox knows its owner,
and a donkey recognizes its master’s care—
but Israel doesn’t know its master.
My people don’t recognize my care for them.”
4 Oh, what a sinful nation they are—
loaded down with a burden of guilt.
They are evil people,
corrupt children who have rejected the Lord.
They have despised the Holy One of Israel
and turned their backs on him.

5 Why do you continue to invite punishment?
Must you rebel forever?
Your head is injured,
and your heart is sick.
6 You are battered from head to foot—
covered with bruises, welts, and infected wounds—
without any soothing ointments or bandages.
7 Your country lies in ruins,
and your towns are burned.
Foreigners plunder your fields before your eyes
and destroy everything they see.
8 Beautiful Jerusalem[b] stands abandoned
like a watchman’s shelter in a vineyard,
like a lean-to in a cucumber field after the harvest,
like a helpless city under siege.
9 If the Lord of Heaven’s Armies
had not spared a few of us,[c]
we would have been wiped out like Sodom,
destroyed like Gomorrah.

10 Listen to the Lord, you leaders of “Sodom.”
Listen to the law of our God, people of “Gomorrah.”
11 “What makes you think I want all your sacrifices?”
says the Lord.
“I am sick of your burnt offerings of rams
and the fat of fattened cattle.
I get no pleasure from the blood
of bulls and lambs and goats.
12 When you come to worship me,
who asked you to parade through my courts with all your ceremony?


16 thoughts on “Isaiah 1 Daily Bible Reading with Paul Nison

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  1. Hello! What about the nazarite vow that is mentioned in numbers? It is to be set apart, Holy, as The Ethernal One is Holy. To do so is said to be a choice we can make. You can read from Numbers 6:1. A razor should not touch your head and you shout not consume any fermented fruit or anything from the vine for all the days of your separation. Jesus told his disciples to drink wine. Why? Is it not the way of YAH to be a nazarite? Why wasn’t Jesus one?

    • You are referring to earthly rules or guidelines. Yeshua (the one world calls jesus) was not of this world. He came to save us through his bodily sacrifice and suffering. It is clear in scripture. Before the earth was formed her was with YHWH. Yeshua was pure in body and spirit. Through the Ruach HaKodesh nothing could make him impure. You are forgetting that Yah can do “ALL things”. This includes what we do not understand as humans. He kept Yeshua pure regardless of wine or the influence of this world. Through the Ruach HaKodesh, Yah’s power with him, the wine represented his blood to be shed. It meant that the disciples accepted him as the Messiah and would try as best as possible to follow his teachings which came directly from YHWH through Yeshua. Shalom

    • +barb ok, lets say yeshua isn’t like us. What are we supposed to do drink wine or not; eat meat or not; cut our head’s hair or let it grow, all of this, to be HOLY

    • The shaving of the head was what the reference to the razor was talking about. The pagan egyptians used to shave some or all of their heads when they used different forms of other god worship which is detestable to YHWH. If you research it through scripture you will find that in other situations scripturally, Yah said in one situation to Hebrews that they could bring a non-Hebrew female into their house with the intent to marry her even though she was from the town they were about to conquer. Yah said to have her “trim her hair and pare her nails” and then he could take her as his wife. So in this example it is clear that it is okay to trim your hair as a cleanliness type of thing. It doesn”t say to “shave” it off though. That was considered pagan culturally.
      I do not drink wine mainly because it makes me feel like I drank something toxic to my body the next day and I don’t believe alcohol is good for our bodies, especially your mega filter the Liver. It’s called the “LIVER” for a reason… it keeps you alive! It filters all entering your body in the blood. My personal belief is that the wine was made differnetly back then. The manufactured wine of today is not the wine of Hebrew times or Yeshua’s time. Also remember, the “living waters” Yeshua spoke of could be thought of as not only spiritual, but physical. The Jordon River that he and many were baptized in is literally fed by a natural spring! If you research true “spring water”, you will find that it is “living” . It’s amazing and so healthy for you. I drink true spring water for the health benefits and purification. Your liver will love you for it…:)
      I am waiting to drink wine with Yeshua in the New Kingdom…. it will be a perfect wine there and won’t make me sick. That’s a personal choice of mine…:)
      I think you CaN drink wine but we humans are flawed so it’s difficult to ascertain when it is affecting one’s mental comprehension and judgement during the process. Buyer beware or in this situation, drinker beware.
      We are sinners and as long as we are, HaSatan will use things like alcohol to affect our lives and create sin to de-glorify YHWH. Bring glory to Yah’s name Toni in all you do. You will be blessed. Shalom

  2. Shalom, Paul! Don’t you love the word IF? Yes, you are absolutely right that what Isaiah is telling them is a choice of life or a choice of destruction! It all goes to the heart…do we love Yhwh? or do we want to play the harlot? You know, we don’t do shabbat as the rabbinical way on Fri/Sat, although I have to admit it is very convenient … we use the new moon for all mo’edim. 🙂 And we also just celebrated the Feast of Trumpets, Yom Teruah (shouting) this week. Blessings to you — hope to join in tonight for fellowship.

  3. Love your program for the most part, but shouldn’t you invest in some reading glasses?… Is there a medical reason why you don’t wear glasses…. I hate to wear mine but if I want to read I need them, and handling a magnifying glass is just too cumbersome and very difficult to read with… You can pick up reading glasses very cheap….. I use graduated lenses that do not have bifocal lines in them you can see near, far or any where in between…. We wouldn’t hold it against you if you wore glasses….

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