“Put God in remembrance of His promises, keep not silent. Give Him no rest until it comes to pass.” – Author Unknown

12 responses to ““Put God in remembrance of His promises, keep not silent. Give Him no rest until it comes to pass.” – Author Unknown

  1. Isaiah 62:6 – amplified bible
    I have set watchmen upon your walls, O Jerusalem, who will never hold their peace day or night; you who [are His servants and by your prayers] put the Lord in remembrance [of His promises], keep not silence,

  2. May i know what translation of Isaiah 62; 6,7 this verse comes from……i just couldnt find it…and i think it’s plain clear and simple…………..i just need to know which translation it comes from……..anybody????

      • Kimberly thanks for your reply about Isaiah 62:6 …..well…since you said that a friend shared the bible verse with you and so did the Today’s Word Network re Joel Osteen Ministry…then maybe you can ask your friend which translation he got the message about Isaiah 62:6 from…..coz you know what i cant find the exact message from any Bible translations… (Niv, Amplified, King James version etc….) …..

        It’s important for me to find which translation it comes from coz the wording of the message is just so real…..it gets people’s attentions like myself….

        hope you can find me the answer….otherwise dont worry……

        john

      • Kimberly….especially the part where the message says….”.Give no rest until it comes to pass…”
        i cant really locate which translation it comes from ……maybe this is just an opinion from others and not really
        taken from any Bible translations,

        john

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