Jehovah shall make the earth waste and turn its ground up-side-down

We shall come to see that the Most High God shall make an end to this godless world and shall turn its ground up-side-down. (Isaiah 24:1) The Divine Creator had made his promise to sent some one to this world to restore the damaged relationship. That person has come already once but shall return to stay for ever.

The sent one from God came to declare his heavenly Father, the Maker and Sustainer of everything. He provided many answers on things which could not be clear. But by his teachings man should be able to come to know the Truth and God better and to know what he has to do to please their Creator.

Today’s Scripture reading makes it clear that we may come to a time where people shall find themselves scattered and that it shall be, as with the people, so with the priest or religious leader. What happens to the man servant will happen to his owner. The woman servant will be like her owner. The buyer will be like the seller. The giver will be like the receiver. The one who lets another use his money will be like the one who uses it. (Isaiah 24:2)

Today we are reminded that the earth shall come to cry in sorrow and shall waste away. We can not deny that we see a tumultuous world which instead of becoming stronger  becomes weak with sorrow. The world languishes and fades away, together with the lofty and honoured people of this earth. Today we see many people not interested in God, but having their focus on material gain. Instead of making a better world we can see mankind made a mess of this world. They made the earth unclean and came not to mind living with unclean actions, full of sin, not obeying the laws. Mankind has broken the agreement that was to be forever. Therefore the earth is cursed and those who live in it suffer for their guilt. The chapter of today tells us that even humanly fortified cities have become ruins and that the people of the earth are burned, and few men are left. (Isaiah 24:2-3, 6)

People shall come to see that there shall come a day when many shall raise their voices, calling out for joy. They’ll cry out from the west about the wonderful power of the Most High God above all other gods, Jehovah the Almighty. Then the world shall come to see that to Him belongs all honour and that many folks shall honour the Name of the Lord God of Israel. From the ends of the earth we shall hear songs:

“Praise the One Who is right and good.” (Isaiah 24:14-16)

We may look forward to the days that people shall give honour to the Most Right One. We too should belong to those who will give thanks to the Elohim His Set-Apart or Holy Divine Name. For it is That Eternal Unseen Being that we have seen guiding all the time, those who wanted to be close to Him. This Higher Being always looked at those who wanted to be a human being that also could create or make things. To them who recognised Him He has been faithful to do great things, plans that He made long ago. (Isaiah 25:1)

We must know that there shall come a time that the Most Powerful shall show the world how small they are and how He can lay waste a city. For Him it is nothing to destroy a strong city. The world shall come to see how a beautiful house of strangers shall be a city no more. Throughout the ages we can see that man has built many places which got high power and where great, but afterwards became forgotten or just ruins. History shows that there have been many ruthless nations and cities never to be built again. (Isaiah 25:2)

So strong people will come to honour the Holy One Who is the God of Israel. Cities of nations that show no pity will fear Him, for He has been a strong-place for those who could not help themselves and for those in need because of much trouble. We do know He has been a safe place from the storm and a shadow from the heat. (Isaiah 25:1-6)

As brothers and sisters we look forward to the day that we shall be able to say

“Behold, this is our God for whom we have waited that He might save us.
This is the Lord for whom we have waited;
Let us rejoice and be glad in His salvation.” {Isaiah 25:9 NASB}

Our patience shall be rewarded. All those who have followed Jesus and his heavenly Father shall know that by the blood of Christ salvation has come over them, they keeping to the commandments of God. And it shall be that day that we will be glad and rejoice in His salvation. so we will [let us] rejoice and be happy [be glad; celebrate] when He saves us [L in his salvation] and shall bring us to His New Creation.

New Heavens and a New Earth

17 “For behold, I create new heavens and a new earth;
And the former things will not be remembered or come to [a]mind.

18 “But be glad and rejoice forever in what I create;
For behold, I create Jerusalem for rejoicing
And her people for gladness.

“They will not build and another inhabit,
They will not plant and another eat;
For as the [a]lifetime of a tree, so will be the days of My people,
And My chosen ones will wear out the work of their hands. {Isaiah 65:17-18,22 New American Standard Bible (NASB)



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Additional reading

  1. Al-Fatiha [The Opening/De Opening] Süra 1:1-3 In the name of Allah the Merciful Lord Of The Creation
  2. Al-Fatiha [The Opening] Süra 1: 4-7 Merciful Lord of the Creation to show us the right path

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