A New Thing

Isaiah 43: 18-21. Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth: shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert. The beast of the field shall honour Me, the dragons and the owls: because I give waters in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert, to give drink to My people, My chosen. This people have I formed for Myself; they shall shew forth My praise.”

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“Don’t dwell on the past,” God said. “Pay attention to what I will do! ”

These verses speak of the Millennial reign of Christ. The earth will be more abundant than ever before. The deserts will no longer be vast wastelands. God will create a path that will go through the desert, where He will provide rivers instead of dry sand. Israel will finally come into its own; they will return to God, the Holy One of Israel; even the animals of the desert will honor Jehovah.


4 thoughts on “A New Thing

  1. These passages show the remarkable “tough love” of God. He is a just God, a fair God, AND a loving God all at the same time. I went back to the early chapters of Job this week and saw it over again Job survived the terrible torture Satan brought upon him and Job didn’t have any verses to lean on like we do. He KNEW God to a depth that is hard to even begin to describe. I guess I am just using this thread to say it to someone!

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      1. Job may be touted as the oldest book in the Bible, but he was not older than Adam. In my opinion, the first gene pool was super intelligent and we just do not know what they knew because it was destroyed in the flood. Evolution has polluted us into thinking of cave man mentality. That is just so sad. Between Adam and Noah I think there had been advancements we know nothing of. Adam HAD talked with God and I cannot begin to imagine what Adam passed on about God, can you?

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