Isa 26:3 Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whosemind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.
PEACE THROUGH STEADFAST TRUST
No doubt when Babylon fell before Cyrus the Jewish remnant under Ezra and Nehemiah sang this triumphal ode, which contrasts the respective lots of Babylon and Jerusalem. The one is the city of this world and its children; the other the city and home of the saints. The fate of Babylon is delineated in Isa 26:5-6; but with what glowing words does the prophet dwell on the blessedness of those who are fellow-citizens with the saints and of the household of God, Eph 2:19. Note in Isa 26:3, margin, one of God’s double doors against the intrusion on the soul of a single note of alarm or fear. God is the Rock of Ages, Isa 26:4, margin. Our trust should be permanent as His love-forever. The weakest foot may trample on the proudest foe, when God has laid him in the dust. God levels the path of the just. However difficult your path, dare to believe that you are being directed in righteousness God cannot make mistakes. Any other path would be impracticable. Only nurse the desires of your soul for God; they are the result of the promptings and drawings of His Spirit.
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