Isaiah 12:1 (NASB)

Then you will say on that day,
“I will give thanks to You, O Lord;
For although You were angry with me,
Your anger is turned away,
And You comfort me.


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Isaiah 12:1 speaks about the day God’s anger is turned away. That day was when Jesus Christ, God’s only Son, died as a perfect sacrifice to pay our penalty for sin.

Jesus bridged the way back to the Garden of Eden, God’s glory, and the intimate fellowship with Him that we lost when Adam and Eve sinned.

Some Hebrew meanings of “comfort” are: sigh, breathe strongly, be sorry, pity, console.

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God’s comfort is made available to us through Jesus Christ, Who came to restore that bright and pleasing countenance of the Father. Jesus is referred to as the “morning star” in Rev. 22:16.

Restoration of God’s glory—the brightness of a pleasing countenance—is the gift He offers freely to us when we choose to accept and believe it.

Jesus removed God’s wrath when He gave His life and died on the cross. He became that curse. 2 Corinthians 5:21 says, “For our sake he made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.”

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You can be happy, safe, peaceful and richly satisfied in the bright reflection of Christ. You don’t have to live under the curse anymore, the banishment from paradise. God invited you back through Jesus, the bright and morning star (Rev. 22:16).

Study the Bible verse of Isaiah 12:1 to deepen your belief that God’s wrath is turned away in Jesus Christ, so you can delight yourself in the peace and joy of God’s comfort.



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