Bible-Center

Today, 20 june 2019

King James version (en)

For the vineyard of the LORD of hosts is the house of Israel, and the men of Judah his pleasant plant: and he looked for judgment, but behold oppression; for righteousness, but behold a cry.

Comments:
Wesley's Notes

Israel, God's vineyard, his mercies, and their faithfulness, should be laid waste,  5:1-7.
Judgments upon covetousness,  5:8-10.
Upon drunkards, and the lascivious,  5:11-12.
The great misery of the Jews,  5:13-17.
Judgments on impiety, scoffers at God's threatnings, those who corrupt the notions of good and ill, strong - drinkers, and unjust judges,  5:18-23.
God's anger, and the Chaldeans army against them,  5:24-30.

Pleasant - In whom God formerly delighted. A cry - From the oppressed, crying to men for help, and to God for vengeance.

Hide

Notes

God will repeat the concluding words of the famous parable of the prophetIsaiah concerning the vineyard shortly before the Passions. It is importantfirst of all for us to understand the appropriate sense of this parable.Indeed, what relates to Israel of the Old Testament is not less current for thenew Israel - Churches, Christians. Besides, the whole world appears before usfrom the very beginning of the Bible as God's garden...

Show full text
Hide

What bible says about

The words of the Bible consecrated to homosexuality are few, but quite clear. The Bible categorically prohibits homosexuality, which is a perverse form of sexuality, while considering the normal sexuality established by God Himself an important sphere of life. One of the first spiritual disasters in humanity’s history - the destruction of Sodom and Gomorra, it happens effectively because of...

FAQ

 

Why such a difference in the Jewish and Greek chronologies ? How to explain that in the beginning God creates people and gives them the commandment of reproduction (what they did not do while in Paradise), and then in the chapter 2 He creates the woman? Does it mean then that the second chapter doubles the first?

 

For a long time biblical texts existed in the form of separate fragments, and only then were collected in single rolls (and after into book). More, compilers often inserted in the the... 

Once registered, you can subscribe for any reading plans of the Bible.

Possibilities of personalized settings and other services for the already registered users are in the pipeline, therefore we advise you to register now (for free, of course).