> The Berean: Daily Verse and Comment Sign up for the Berean: Daily Verse and Comment, and have Biblical truth delivered to your inbox. Isaiah’s fierce pain was like the pain of a woman who is giving birth to her baby. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/hcc/isaiah-30.html. 1685. Isaiah 30:15 - Young's Living Translation. Learn more Start my trial Back . Bullinger's Companion bible Notes". https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/gsb/isaiah-30.html. BibliographyHaydock, George Leo. 1 of 1. Verse 5. Being at rest and safe, we shall be strong. The godly who, when they cannot engage on fair terms in the rivalry of the world, keep aloof from it, preserving peace with men, and exercising faith in God, are provided for, and not unfrequently even raised to conspicuous prosperity. In addition to the general doctrine, therefore, the prophets specify particular instances, which they specially accommodate to the conduct of those with whom they have to do, so as always to aim at a definite object. Isaiah 30:15 (Philippians 4:7) The protecting power of peace. (3) Confidence in the fullness and completeness of your reconciliation. It points to the Deity as the only source of strength. In quietness and confidence shall be your strength, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Within the text of the Book of Isaiah, Isaiah himself is referred to as "the prophet", but the exact relationship between the Book of Isaiah and any such historical Isaiah is complicated. Learn more Start my trial Back . One, or at the most five, of the enemy would be able with their snorting to put to flight a whole thousand of the men of Judah. 1865-1868. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". 2. For Jehovah is a God of judgment. I. 4. Isa . It is especially the duty of conservatives at the present moment in the history of the Church to discriminate between those who are seeking defend and those who are seeking to overthrow the fundamental principles of Christianity. A. Isa 30:15 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not. Confidence.—But we cannot rest unless we have something to rest upon. Isaiah 29 Isaiah 31 ... Advance your knowledge of Scripture with this resource library of over 40 reference books, including commentaries and Study Bible notes. Observe, next, the peculiar relation in which Israel stood to Jehovah, which made their unbelief so reprehensible. Their warrant for their confidence was the Word of God. and by "resting" quietly at home, and reposing their trust in the Lord: in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength; in a quiet submission to the will of God, and in quietly waiting upon him for the issue and event of things, abiding in their own houses, and not in a hurrying tumultuous manner, running here and there for help; and in a holy and humble confidence in the Lord, and in the power of his might, where they should find such strength and security, as Pharaoh king of Egypt could not give them: and ye would not; would not be persuaded to keep at home, and from going down to Egypt; would not take the advice given, but pursue their own measures and methods of salvation. The work which has been begun by Divine mercy must be carried out by Divine agency. 3. But the strength promised is conditional. Nor is the repetition of the statement by two words superfluous; for he expressly intended to bring together the words “rest and quietness,” in order to reprove the people the more sharply for their distrust and unbelief. Isaiah 30:15 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Isaiah 30:15, NIV: "This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says: 'In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have none of it." Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary. It is the restlessness and discontent bred by a soul which has no sweet retirements of its own, and no rest in God, no anchor sure and steadfast on the rushing waves of life. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/isaiah-30.html. Confidence and rest in God bring safety and strength. Its proper name is not excitement, but enthusiasm; and enthusiasm, being interpreted, is the having God in us; and where God is, there is quietness and there is strength. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength, The strength obtained from quietness and confidence. David Guzik commentary on Isaiah 26, where the city of God and the city of Man are described, and describes the promises that are made to a humble heart. The prophet’s warnings were political wisdom as truly as religious. Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible. Here Judah is exhorted to forsake the entangling dependence on Egypt, and to trust wholly to God. had been and still was their proud and carnal ambition, which Jehovah would answer by fulfilling upon them the curses of the thorah (Leviticus 26:8, Leviticus 26:36; Deuteronomy 28:25; Deuteronomy 32:30). Isaiah 30:16 But ye said, No; for we will flee upon horses; therefore shall ye flee: and, We will ride upon the swift; therefore shall they that pursue you be swift. But ye would not - When Jerusalem was threatened by Sennacherib, Hezekiah did put this confidence in God, and reposed calmly and securely on his promises Isaiah 36:15, Isaiah 36:18, Isaiah 36:21; but it is not improbable that when the city was first threatened, and Hezekiah heard of the preparations made by the Assyrians, he had joined with the party in Jerusalem who proposed an alliance with Egypt, and that this was known to Sennacherib Isaiah 36:6. ), In Poet’s Corner, at Westminster Abbey, there is a medallion erected to the memory of John Keble, upon which is inscribed the prophetic utterance which was the motto of his simple, beautiful, well-ordered life: “in quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” (R. II. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. ‘In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.’, I. Quietness.—(1) There is the quietness of outward circumstances, when we are withdrawn from all the activities of life, and have not strength for any of them; when we have no power for anything, and are obliged to be still. They will not seek what God sees fit to deny, nor even to attain to what is excellent by equivocal means. When we think on what He has done, and how God loved the world, we may be quite sure that He has loved us; sure also that He Who has loved us, and washed us from our sins in His own blood, will love us unto the end, and will keep us as the apple of His eye. Shall be your strength - You shall be safe; your enemies shall not be able to overcome and subdue you. Dix, Sermons Doctrinal and Practical, p. 245; C. Morris, Preacher's Lantern, vol. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. We know where it is to be found—in Jesus Christ, and Him crucified; in Jesus Christ, and Him glorified. 30:17 'Till - 'Till you be destroyed, and but a few of you left. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. The confidence which Isaiah wrote of was, of course, set upon God. Verses 1-9: Others deserve the title “my servant” but this personal Servant of the Lord is the Messiah, who was chosen because the Lord delights in Him and puts His Spirit upon Him. Then, when they have found that these have been but as a broken reed to trust to, they come back again to Him--their faith confirmed--a precious lesson learned in the time of their wandering, which henceforth they shall find in the establishment of their souls. III. II. Isaiah 30:8 Some Hebrew manuscripts, Syriac, Targum, Vulgate, and Greek versions; Masoretic Text forever and ever Isaiah 30:15 Or repentance Isaiah 30:27 Hebrew in weight of uplifted clouds Observe what the fault of Israel had been. Now, what will be the effect of this upon a Christian person of excitable, impulsive, unsteady mind! I. 30:15 In returning - To God. Still more important is the application of this sacred principle to what goes on in the Christian's soul. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. In a *vision Isaiah sees the military leaders and the political leaders of Babylon. 1672; R. W. Evans, Parochial Sermons, vol. It brings the gathering in of ourselves from all the disturbing diffusion of ourselves through earthly trifles. Chapter 30. If you be seriously converted, and trust not in Egypt, you need not fear. Show content in: English Both Hebrew. 1870. It is the quiet spirit that influences. 2012. Despite the covenant that God made with His people, and in spite of the many precious promises He gave them, they seemed intent on defying their Lord, and turning their back on the grace He continuously showered on them. The second, more specific reason for Judah"s coming judgment (cf. ), The duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict, 1. Commentary on Isaiah 30:27-33 (Read Isaiah 30:27-33) God curbs and restrains from doing mischief. There is a direct promise upon this subject in Deuteronomy 32:1-52. But you were unwilling, If the writers of the Bible were infallible, the readers of it are not. "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." Look at the love that prompted it, the sacrifice made in it, and the promises of free forgiveness founded upon it. And in order that they may learn the lesson the more certainly, and that it may stay with them the more abidingly, God oftentimes brings them down into circumstances where human assistance can render them no avail. Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft. Jehovah is a compassionate Father who yearns to help his children. Learn more. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). 1840-57. For thus saith the Lord. The verb nūs (Isaiah 30:16), which rhymes with sūs, is used first of all in its primary sense of "flying" (related to nūts, cf., Exodus 14:27), and then in its more usual sense of "fleeing." Thomas Handrick, Sr. New Year's Eve Immanuel Lutheran Church & School Perryville, MO. quietness — answering to “wait for Him (God)” (Isaiah 30:18). 1876. Isaiah 30:15 Choose a Background KJV: For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall … Hebbron. They might have wrangled and urged, “Why do you accuse us of so great impiety, as if we rejected the word of the Lord?” He therefore brings forward this class, in order to strike their consciences and cut short their idle sophistry. In His time God will arise. II. There is a kind, soft, gentle voice that can speak to the heart when we are withdrawn from the bustle of life. St. Paul said of himself, ‘When I am weak, then am I strong’; and of the Old Testament saints, that they ‘out of weakness were made strong.’ There is, therefore, such a thing as strength in weakness. View Associated File: Mon, Dec 31, 2007 But not— Not such as by my spirit, speaking in my word, I have required them to do. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. The quiet, steady, hopeful man--other things being equal, and sometimes when they are very unequal--will prove, far away, the best workman. Hebrew. The Book of Isaiah. Isaiah 30:32.—J. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cal/isaiah-30.html. A Vision. BibliographyBarnes, Albert. Happy are all those keeping in expectation of him.” (Isaiah 30:18) What heartening words! (Note: We regard the Sanscrit kal, to drive or hunt, the Greek κέλλ(ὀκέλλ)ειν, and the Semitic qal, as all having the same root: cf., Vurtius, Grundzge der griech. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). THE NATURE AND THE PROFIT OF PATIENT WAITING. But are we to lose our patience and steadfastness because irreligious speculators and worldly religionists are in an uproar? Isaiah 30:15 I think sometimes we miss the hand of God in our lives because we are expecting some earth-shattering, ground-breaking event, and we fail to notice the … Quietness — In sitting still, and quieting your minds. This verse consists of two clauses, a command and a promise. Isaiah 30:15 -- On Seeing the Pattern "For thus saith the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not." "Sermon Bible Commentary". It is the second duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict to recognise the margin of error in all human views of truth. exactum), compare Isaiah 6:11 and Genesis 24:19. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. 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The godly who, when they cannot engage on fair terms in the rivalry of the world, keep aloof from it, preserving peace with men, and exercising faith in God, are provided for, and not unfrequently even raised to conspicuous prosperity. In addition to the general doctrine, therefore, the prophets specify particular instances, which they specially accommodate to the conduct of those with whom they have to do, so as always to aim at a definite object. Isaiah 30:15 (Philippians 4:7) The protecting power of peace. (3) Confidence in the fullness and completeness of your reconciliation. It points to the Deity as the only source of strength. In quietness and confidence shall be your strength, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Within the text of the Book of Isaiah, Isaiah himself is referred to as "the prophet", but the exact relationship between the Book of Isaiah and any such historical Isaiah is complicated. Learn more Start my trial Back . One, or at the most five, of the enemy would be able with their snorting to put to flight a whole thousand of the men of Judah. 1865-1868. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". 2. For Jehovah is a God of judgment. I. 4. Isa . It is especially the duty of conservatives at the present moment in the history of the Church to discriminate between those who are seeking defend and those who are seeking to overthrow the fundamental principles of Christianity. A. Isa 30:15 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not. Confidence.—But we cannot rest unless we have something to rest upon. Isaiah 29 Isaiah 31 ... Advance your knowledge of Scripture with this resource library of over 40 reference books, including commentaries and Study Bible notes. Observe, next, the peculiar relation in which Israel stood to Jehovah, which made their unbelief so reprehensible. Their warrant for their confidence was the Word of God. and by "resting" quietly at home, and reposing their trust in the Lord: in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength; in a quiet submission to the will of God, and in quietly waiting upon him for the issue and event of things, abiding in their own houses, and not in a hurrying tumultuous manner, running here and there for help; and in a holy and humble confidence in the Lord, and in the power of his might, where they should find such strength and security, as Pharaoh king of Egypt could not give them: and ye would not; would not be persuaded to keep at home, and from going down to Egypt; would not take the advice given, but pursue their own measures and methods of salvation. The work which has been begun by Divine mercy must be carried out by Divine agency. 3. But the strength promised is conditional. Nor is the repetition of the statement by two words superfluous; for he expressly intended to bring together the words “rest and quietness,” in order to reprove the people the more sharply for their distrust and unbelief. Isaiah 30:15 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Isaiah 30:15, NIV: "This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says: 'In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have none of it." Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary. It is the restlessness and discontent bred by a soul which has no sweet retirements of its own, and no rest in God, no anchor sure and steadfast on the rushing waves of life. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/isaiah-30.html. Confidence and rest in God bring safety and strength. Its proper name is not excitement, but enthusiasm; and enthusiasm, being interpreted, is the having God in us; and where God is, there is quietness and there is strength. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength, The strength obtained from quietness and confidence. David Guzik commentary on Isaiah 26, where the city of God and the city of Man are described, and describes the promises that are made to a humble heart. The prophet’s warnings were political wisdom as truly as religious. Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible. Here Judah is exhorted to forsake the entangling dependence on Egypt, and to trust wholly to God. had been and still was their proud and carnal ambition, which Jehovah would answer by fulfilling upon them the curses of the thorah (Leviticus 26:8, Leviticus 26:36; Deuteronomy 28:25; Deuteronomy 32:30). Isaiah 30:16 But ye said, No; for we will flee upon horses; therefore shall ye flee: and, We will ride upon the swift; therefore shall they that pursue you be swift. But ye would not - When Jerusalem was threatened by Sennacherib, Hezekiah did put this confidence in God, and reposed calmly and securely on his promises Isaiah 36:15, Isaiah 36:18, Isaiah 36:21; but it is not improbable that when the city was first threatened, and Hezekiah heard of the preparations made by the Assyrians, he had joined with the party in Jerusalem who proposed an alliance with Egypt, and that this was known to Sennacherib Isaiah 36:6. ), In Poet’s Corner, at Westminster Abbey, there is a medallion erected to the memory of John Keble, upon which is inscribed the prophetic utterance which was the motto of his simple, beautiful, well-ordered life: “in quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” (R. II. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. ‘In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.’, I. Quietness.—(1) There is the quietness of outward circumstances, when we are withdrawn from all the activities of life, and have not strength for any of them; when we have no power for anything, and are obliged to be still. They will not seek what God sees fit to deny, nor even to attain to what is excellent by equivocal means. When we think on what He has done, and how God loved the world, we may be quite sure that He has loved us; sure also that He Who has loved us, and washed us from our sins in His own blood, will love us unto the end, and will keep us as the apple of His eye. Shall be your strength - You shall be safe; your enemies shall not be able to overcome and subdue you. Dix, Sermons Doctrinal and Practical, p. 245; C. Morris, Preacher's Lantern, vol. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. We know where it is to be found—in Jesus Christ, and Him crucified; in Jesus Christ, and Him glorified. 30:17 'Till - 'Till you be destroyed, and but a few of you left. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. The confidence which Isaiah wrote of was, of course, set upon God. Verses 1-9: Others deserve the title “my servant” but this personal Servant of the Lord is the Messiah, who was chosen because the Lord delights in Him and puts His Spirit upon Him. Then, when they have found that these have been but as a broken reed to trust to, they come back again to Him--their faith confirmed--a precious lesson learned in the time of their wandering, which henceforth they shall find in the establishment of their souls. III. II. Isaiah 30:8 Some Hebrew manuscripts, Syriac, Targum, Vulgate, and Greek versions; Masoretic Text forever and ever Isaiah 30:15 Or repentance Isaiah 30:27 Hebrew in weight of uplifted clouds Observe what the fault of Israel had been. Now, what will be the effect of this upon a Christian person of excitable, impulsive, unsteady mind! I. 30:15 In returning - To God. Still more important is the application of this sacred principle to what goes on in the Christian's soul. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. In a *vision Isaiah sees the military leaders and the political leaders of Babylon. 1672; R. W. Evans, Parochial Sermons, vol. It brings the gathering in of ourselves from all the disturbing diffusion of ourselves through earthly trifles. Chapter 30. If you be seriously converted, and trust not in Egypt, you need not fear. Show content in: English Both Hebrew. 1870. It is the quiet spirit that influences. 2012. Despite the covenant that God made with His people, and in spite of the many precious promises He gave them, they seemed intent on defying their Lord, and turning their back on the grace He continuously showered on them. The second, more specific reason for Judah"s coming judgment (cf. ), The duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict, 1. Commentary on Isaiah 30:27-33 (Read Isaiah 30:27-33) God curbs and restrains from doing mischief. There is a direct promise upon this subject in Deuteronomy 32:1-52. But you were unwilling, If the writers of the Bible were infallible, the readers of it are not. "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." Look at the love that prompted it, the sacrifice made in it, and the promises of free forgiveness founded upon it. And in order that they may learn the lesson the more certainly, and that it may stay with them the more abidingly, God oftentimes brings them down into circumstances where human assistance can render them no avail. Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft. Jehovah is a compassionate Father who yearns to help his children. Learn more. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). 1840-57. For thus saith the Lord. The verb nūs (Isaiah 30:16), which rhymes with sūs, is used first of all in its primary sense of "flying" (related to nūts, cf., Exodus 14:27), and then in its more usual sense of "fleeing." Thomas Handrick, Sr. New Year's Eve Immanuel Lutheran Church & School Perryville, MO. quietness — answering to “wait for Him (God)” (Isaiah 30:18). 1876. Isaiah 30:15 Choose a Background KJV: For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall … Hebbron. They might have wrangled and urged, “Why do you accuse us of so great impiety, as if we rejected the word of the Lord?” He therefore brings forward this class, in order to strike their consciences and cut short their idle sophistry. In His time God will arise. II. There is a kind, soft, gentle voice that can speak to the heart when we are withdrawn from the bustle of life. St. Paul said of himself, ‘When I am weak, then am I strong’; and of the Old Testament saints, that they ‘out of weakness were made strong.’ There is, therefore, such a thing as strength in weakness. View Associated File: Mon, Dec 31, 2007 But not— Not such as by my spirit, speaking in my word, I have required them to do. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. The quiet, steady, hopeful man--other things being equal, and sometimes when they are very unequal--will prove, far away, the best workman. Hebrew. The Book of Isaiah. Isaiah 30:32.—J. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cal/isaiah-30.html. A Vision. BibliographyBarnes, Albert. Happy are all those keeping in expectation of him.” (Isaiah 30:18) What heartening words! (Note: We regard the Sanscrit kal, to drive or hunt, the Greek κέλλ(ὀκέλλ)ειν, and the Semitic qal, as all having the same root: cf., Vurtius, Grundzge der griech. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). THE NATURE AND THE PROFIT OF PATIENT WAITING. But are we to lose our patience and steadfastness because irreligious speculators and worldly religionists are in an uproar? Isaiah 30:15 I think sometimes we miss the hand of God in our lives because we are expecting some earth-shattering, ground-breaking event, and we fail to notice the … Quietness — In sitting still, and quieting your minds. This verse consists of two clauses, a command and a promise. Isaiah 30:15 -- On Seeing the Pattern "For thus saith the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not." "Sermon Bible Commentary". It is the second duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict to recognise the margin of error in all human views of truth. exactum), compare Isaiah 6:11 and Genesis 24:19. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. 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The godly who, when they cannot engage on fair terms in the rivalry of the world, keep aloof from it, preserving peace with men, and exercising faith in God, are provided for, and not unfrequently even raised to conspicuous prosperity. In addition to the general doctrine, therefore, the prophets specify particular instances, which they specially accommodate to the conduct of those with whom they have to do, so as always to aim at a definite object. Isaiah 30:15 (Philippians 4:7) The protecting power of peace. (3) Confidence in the fullness and completeness of your reconciliation. It points to the Deity as the only source of strength. In quietness and confidence shall be your strength, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament. Within the text of the Book of Isaiah, Isaiah himself is referred to as "the prophet", but the exact relationship between the Book of Isaiah and any such historical Isaiah is complicated. Learn more Start my trial Back . One, or at the most five, of the enemy would be able with their snorting to put to flight a whole thousand of the men of Judah. 1865-1868. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". 2. For Jehovah is a God of judgment. I. 4. Isa . It is especially the duty of conservatives at the present moment in the history of the Church to discriminate between those who are seeking defend and those who are seeking to overthrow the fundamental principles of Christianity. A. Isa 30:15 For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not. Confidence.—But we cannot rest unless we have something to rest upon. Isaiah 29 Isaiah 31 ... Advance your knowledge of Scripture with this resource library of over 40 reference books, including commentaries and Study Bible notes. Observe, next, the peculiar relation in which Israel stood to Jehovah, which made their unbelief so reprehensible. Their warrant for their confidence was the Word of God. and by "resting" quietly at home, and reposing their trust in the Lord: in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength; in a quiet submission to the will of God, and in quietly waiting upon him for the issue and event of things, abiding in their own houses, and not in a hurrying tumultuous manner, running here and there for help; and in a holy and humble confidence in the Lord, and in the power of his might, where they should find such strength and security, as Pharaoh king of Egypt could not give them: and ye would not; would not be persuaded to keep at home, and from going down to Egypt; would not take the advice given, but pursue their own measures and methods of salvation. The work which has been begun by Divine mercy must be carried out by Divine agency. 3. But the strength promised is conditional. Nor is the repetition of the statement by two words superfluous; for he expressly intended to bring together the words “rest and quietness,” in order to reprove the people the more sharply for their distrust and unbelief. Isaiah 30:15 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Isaiah 30:15, NIV: "This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says: 'In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have none of it." Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary. It is the restlessness and discontent bred by a soul which has no sweet retirements of its own, and no rest in God, no anchor sure and steadfast on the rushing waves of life. "Commentary on Isaiah 30:15". "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/tsk/isaiah-30.html. Confidence and rest in God bring safety and strength. Its proper name is not excitement, but enthusiasm; and enthusiasm, being interpreted, is the having God in us; and where God is, there is quietness and there is strength. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength, The strength obtained from quietness and confidence. David Guzik commentary on Isaiah 26, where the city of God and the city of Man are described, and describes the promises that are made to a humble heart. The prophet’s warnings were political wisdom as truly as religious. Matthew Poole's English Annotations on the Holy Bible. Here Judah is exhorted to forsake the entangling dependence on Egypt, and to trust wholly to God. had been and still was their proud and carnal ambition, which Jehovah would answer by fulfilling upon them the curses of the thorah (Leviticus 26:8, Leviticus 26:36; Deuteronomy 28:25; Deuteronomy 32:30). Isaiah 30:16 But ye said, No; for we will flee upon horses; therefore shall ye flee: and, We will ride upon the swift; therefore shall they that pursue you be swift. But ye would not - When Jerusalem was threatened by Sennacherib, Hezekiah did put this confidence in God, and reposed calmly and securely on his promises Isaiah 36:15, Isaiah 36:18, Isaiah 36:21; but it is not improbable that when the city was first threatened, and Hezekiah heard of the preparations made by the Assyrians, he had joined with the party in Jerusalem who proposed an alliance with Egypt, and that this was known to Sennacherib Isaiah 36:6. ), In Poet’s Corner, at Westminster Abbey, there is a medallion erected to the memory of John Keble, upon which is inscribed the prophetic utterance which was the motto of his simple, beautiful, well-ordered life: “in quietness and confidence shall be your strength.” (R. II. ; Fausset, A. R.; Brown, David. ‘In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.’, I. Quietness.—(1) There is the quietness of outward circumstances, when we are withdrawn from all the activities of life, and have not strength for any of them; when we have no power for anything, and are obliged to be still. They will not seek what God sees fit to deny, nor even to attain to what is excellent by equivocal means. When we think on what He has done, and how God loved the world, we may be quite sure that He has loved us; sure also that He Who has loved us, and washed us from our sins in His own blood, will love us unto the end, and will keep us as the apple of His eye. Shall be your strength - You shall be safe; your enemies shall not be able to overcome and subdue you. Dix, Sermons Doctrinal and Practical, p. 245; C. Morris, Preacher's Lantern, vol. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. We know where it is to be found—in Jesus Christ, and Him crucified; in Jesus Christ, and Him glorified. 30:17 'Till - 'Till you be destroyed, and but a few of you left. In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength. The confidence which Isaiah wrote of was, of course, set upon God. Verses 1-9: Others deserve the title “my servant” but this personal Servant of the Lord is the Messiah, who was chosen because the Lord delights in Him and puts His Spirit upon Him. Then, when they have found that these have been but as a broken reed to trust to, they come back again to Him--their faith confirmed--a precious lesson learned in the time of their wandering, which henceforth they shall find in the establishment of their souls. III. II. Isaiah 30:8 Some Hebrew manuscripts, Syriac, Targum, Vulgate, and Greek versions; Masoretic Text forever and ever Isaiah 30:15 Or repentance Isaiah 30:27 Hebrew in weight of uplifted clouds Observe what the fault of Israel had been. Now, what will be the effect of this upon a Christian person of excitable, impulsive, unsteady mind! I. 30:15 In returning - To God. Still more important is the application of this sacred principle to what goes on in the Christian's soul. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. In a *vision Isaiah sees the military leaders and the political leaders of Babylon. 1672; R. W. Evans, Parochial Sermons, vol. It brings the gathering in of ourselves from all the disturbing diffusion of ourselves through earthly trifles. Chapter 30. If you be seriously converted, and trust not in Egypt, you need not fear. Show content in: English Both Hebrew. 1870. It is the quiet spirit that influences. 2012. Despite the covenant that God made with His people, and in spite of the many precious promises He gave them, they seemed intent on defying their Lord, and turning their back on the grace He continuously showered on them. The second, more specific reason for Judah"s coming judgment (cf. ), The duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict, 1. Commentary on Isaiah 30:27-33 (Read Isaiah 30:27-33) God curbs and restrains from doing mischief. There is a direct promise upon this subject in Deuteronomy 32:1-52. But you were unwilling, If the writers of the Bible were infallible, the readers of it are not. "In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength." Look at the love that prompted it, the sacrifice made in it, and the promises of free forgiveness founded upon it. And in order that they may learn the lesson the more certainly, and that it may stay with them the more abidingly, God oftentimes brings them down into circumstances where human assistance can render them no avail. Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft. Jehovah is a compassionate Father who yearns to help his children. Learn more. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). 1840-57. For thus saith the Lord. The verb nūs (Isaiah 30:16), which rhymes with sūs, is used first of all in its primary sense of "flying" (related to nūts, cf., Exodus 14:27), and then in its more usual sense of "fleeing." Thomas Handrick, Sr. New Year's Eve Immanuel Lutheran Church & School Perryville, MO. quietness — answering to “wait for Him (God)” (Isaiah 30:18). 1876. Isaiah 30:15 Choose a Background KJV: For thus saith the Lord GOD, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall … Hebbron. They might have wrangled and urged, “Why do you accuse us of so great impiety, as if we rejected the word of the Lord?” He therefore brings forward this class, in order to strike their consciences and cut short their idle sophistry. In His time God will arise. II. There is a kind, soft, gentle voice that can speak to the heart when we are withdrawn from the bustle of life. St. Paul said of himself, ‘When I am weak, then am I strong’; and of the Old Testament saints, that they ‘out of weakness were made strong.’ There is, therefore, such a thing as strength in weakness. View Associated File: Mon, Dec 31, 2007 But not— Not such as by my spirit, speaking in my word, I have required them to do. THE THIRTIETH THROUGH THIRTY-SECOND CHAPTERS REFER PROBABLY TO THE SUMMER OF 714 B.C., AS THE TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER TO THE PASSOVER OF THAT YEAR. The quiet, steady, hopeful man--other things being equal, and sometimes when they are very unequal--will prove, far away, the best workman. Hebrew. The Book of Isaiah. Isaiah 30:32.—J. https:https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/cal/isaiah-30.html. A Vision. BibliographyBarnes, Albert. Happy are all those keeping in expectation of him.” (Isaiah 30:18) What heartening words! (Note: We regard the Sanscrit kal, to drive or hunt, the Greek κέλλ(ὀκέλλ)ειν, and the Semitic qal, as all having the same root: cf., Vurtius, Grundzge der griech. Jewish ambassadors were now on their way to Egypt to seek aid against Assyria ( Isa 30:2-6, 15 31:1). THE NATURE AND THE PROFIT OF PATIENT WAITING. But are we to lose our patience and steadfastness because irreligious speculators and worldly religionists are in an uproar? Isaiah 30:15 I think sometimes we miss the hand of God in our lives because we are expecting some earth-shattering, ground-breaking event, and we fail to notice the … Quietness — In sitting still, and quieting your minds. This verse consists of two clauses, a command and a promise. Isaiah 30:15 -- On Seeing the Pattern "For thus saith the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel; In returning and rest shall ye be saved; in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not." "Sermon Bible Commentary". It is the second duty of conservatives in a time of theological conflict to recognise the margin of error in all human views of truth. exactum), compare Isaiah 6:11 and Genesis 24:19. This is the literal sense of the words; and if they can be accommodated to spiritual and eternal salvation, it may be done in this way: repentance may be meant by "returning", and faith by "rest"; or by "returning and rest" may be designed returning to rest, that is, to Christ, who is the only rest to weary souls: "quietness" may intend peace of conscience, arising from the blood and righteousness of Christ; and "confidence" faith, and an assurance of it, which make men strong Christians; though their strength does not barely lie in these graces, but in the object of them: now faith and repentance are blessings of the covenant of grace, gifts of God, and graces of the Spirit, which go together in the doctrine of salvation, and have a concern in it; though they are not meritorious procuring causes, nor conditions of it; yet in this way God brings his people to salvation, and they enter into, and are descriptive of, the character of such that are saved; there is so close a connection between these and salvation, that none are saved without them; and it may be observed, that this way of saving men through faith and repentance, and by going to Christ alone for rest, and by placing confidence in, and deriving all peace and comfort from him, is disagreeable to unregenerate men; which is a proof of the wretched depravity, and corruption, and perverseness of the will of man. 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