Reversing Iniquities or Covenant Curses


“Thus says the Holy One of Israel: Because you have rejected this word, and rely on manipulation and double dealing, and on them are dependent, this iniquity will be to you as a perilous breach exposed in a high wall which suddenly and unexpectedly collapses. It shall shatter with a crash like an earthenware vessel ruthlessly smashed, among whose fragments shall not be found a shard with which to scoop lit embers from a fireplace, or dip water from a tank.” (Isaiah 30:12–14)

“Who announced this beforehand, so we would know, [declared it] ahead of time, that we might say, He was right? Indeed, not one could foretell it, not one make it known; no one has heard from you any [prophetic] utterance. But to Zion, he shall be its harbinger; I will appoint him as a herald of good tidings to Jerusalem. For when I looked there was no one, not one who could offer counsel, or when I questioned them, who could answer a word. Surely they are all iniquitous, their works worthless; their outpourings are but wind and emptiness.” (Isaiah 41:26–29)

“Our transgressions before you have multiplied; our sins testify against us. Our offenses are evident; we perceive our iniquities: willfully denying Jehovah, backing away from following our God, perversely planning ways of extortion, conceiving in the mind and pondering illicit transactions.” (Isaiah 59:12–13)

“You have burdened me with your sins, wearied me with your iniquities. But it is I myself, and for my own sake, who blot out your offenses, remembering your sins no more.” (Isaiah 43:24–25)

“The lowly shall obtain an increase of joy in Jehovah, and the poorest of men rejoice in the Holy One of Israel. For tyrants shall come to nought and scorners cease; all who watch for iniquity shall be cut off—those who at a word adjudge a man to be guilty, who ensnare the defender at court, who for nothing turn away him who is in the right.” (Isaiah 29:19–21)

“He bore our sufferings, endured our griefs, though we thought him stricken, smitten of God, and humbled. But he was pierced for our transgressions, crushed because of our iniquities; the price of our peace he incurred, and with his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:4–5)

“Come, O my people, enter your chambers and shut the doors behind you; hide yourselves a little while until the wrath is past. For now will Jehovah come out of his dwelling place to punish the inhabitants of the earth for their iniquities; the earth will uncover the blood shed upon it and no more conceal its slain.” (Isaiah 26:20–21)

“Behold Zion, the city of our solemn assemblies; let your eyes rest upon Jerusalem, the abode of peace—an immovable tent, whose stakes shall never be uprooted, nor any of its cords severed. None who reside there shall say, I am ill; the people who inhabit it shall be forgiven their iniquity.” (Isaiah 33:20, 24)

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