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Isaiah 30
Judah’s Worthless Treaty with Egypt
1 “What sorrow awaits my rebellious children,”
says the Lord.
“You make plans that are contrary to mine.
You make alliances not directed by my Spirit,
thus piling up your sins.
2 For without consulting me,
you have gone down to Egypt for help.
You have put your trust in Pharaoh’s protection.
You have tried to hide in his shade.
3 But by trusting Pharaoh, you will be humiliated,
and by depending on him, you will be disgraced.
4 For though his power extends to Zoan
and his officials have arrived in Hanes,
5 all who trust in him will be ashamed.
He will not help you.
Instead, he will disgrace you.”

6 This message came to me concerning the animals in the Negev:

The caravan moves slowly
across the terrible desert to Egypt—
donkeys weighed down with riches
and camels loaded with treasure—
all to pay for Egypt’s protection.
They travel through the wilderness,
a place of lionesses and lions,
a place where vipers and poisonous snakes live.
All this, and Egypt will give you nothing in return.
7 Egypt’s promises are worthless!
Therefore, I call her Rahab—
the Harmless Dragon.[a]

A Warning for Rebellious Judah
8 Now go and write down these words.
Write them in a book.
They will stand until the end of time
as a witness
9 that these people are stubborn rebels
who refuse to pay attention to the Lord’s instructions.
10 They tell the seers,
“Stop seeing visions!”
They tell the prophets,
“Don’t tell us what is right.
Tell us nice things.
Tell us lies.
11 Forget all this gloom.
Get off your narrow path.
Stop telling us about your
‘Holy One of Israel.’”

12 This is the reply of the Holy One of Israel:

“Because you despise what I tell you
and trust instead in oppression and lies,
13 calamity will come upon you suddenly—
like a bulging wall that bursts and falls.
In an instant it will collapse
and come crashing down.
14 You will be smashed like a piece of pottery—
shattered so completely that
there won’t be a piece big enough
to carry coals from a fireplace
or a little water from the well.”

15 This is what the Sovereign Lord,
the Holy One of Israel, says:
“Only in returning to me
and resting in me will you be saved.
In quietness and confidence is your strength.
But you would have none of it.
16 You said, ‘No, we will get our help from Egypt.
They will give us swift horses for riding into battle.’
But the only swiftness you are going to see
is the swiftness of your enemies chasing you!
17 One of them will chase a thousand of you.
Five of them will make all of you flee.
You will be left like a lonely flagpole on a hill
or a tattered banner on a distant mountaintop.”

Blessings for the Lord’s People
18 So the Lord must wait for you to come to him
so he can show you his love and compassion.
For the Lord is a faithful God.
Blessed are those who wait for his help.

19 O people of Zion, who live in Jerusalem,
you will weep no more.
He will be gracious if you ask for help.
He will surely respond to the sound of your cries.
20 Though the Lord gave you adversity for food
and suffering for drink,
he will still be with you to teach you.
You will see your teacher with your own eyes.
21 Your own ears will hear him.
Right behind you a voice will say,
“This is the way you should go,”
whether to the right or to the left.
22 Then you will destroy all your silver idols
and your precious gold images.
You will throw them out like filthy rags,
saying to them, “Good riddance!”

23 Then the Lord will bless you with rain at planting time. There will be wonderful harvests and plenty of pastureland for your livestock. 24 The oxen and donkeys that till the ground will eat good grain, its chaff blown away by the wind. 25 In that day, when your enemies are slaughtered and the towers fall, there will be streams of water flowing down every mountain and hill. 26 The moon will be as bright as the sun, and the sun will be seven times brighter—like the light of seven days in one! So it will be when the Lord begins to heal his people and cure the wounds he gave them.


6 thoughts on “Isaiah 29 Daily Bible Reading with Paul Nison

  1. Brother where do you get your long sleeve t-shirts like the one you’re wearing? Please let me know. I’d like to order some. Thanks and HalleluJAH

  2. Yes the Christian Church has become LAWLESS in these Last Days. SIN is breaking Yahweh’s LAW (the Torah.) Whoever commits SIN also commits LAWLESSNESS. And SIN is LAWLESSNESS. And because LAWLESSNESS is increased the LOVE of many grows cold. We CANNOT OBEY Yahweh without LOVE. I know brother Paul you don’t like using the word, “LAW,” but I don’t see anything wrong with the word, “LAW.” Not one jot, not one tittle shall by ANY MEANS pass from the LAW. That, “ANY MEANS,” also includes by Yahshua’s Selfless Loving Sacrifice. He tells us, at the Last Supper, exactly what His Sacrifice is really actually for. He said His body is broken and His blood is shed for the REMISSION of SINS. Even the Apostle Paul agrees that His Sacrifice is for the REMISSION of SINS (that are past.) Its His Sacrifice that gives us the opportunity and ability to REPENT. We MUST CONFESS our SINS and REPENT of them then do everything we can do to OBEY the LAW of Yahweh. If we SIN again, we MUST CONFESS and REPENT again. This is a process that takes time and effort. But we CAN INDEED become PERFECT in His sight and PERFECTLY OBEY Yahweh.

  3. I’m so tired of Torah keeping frauds who act as if they are Yahs stars here on earth while spewing vile hate against Christians who haven’t come to the Truth yet..

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