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                                                               Isaiah 56:1-2.

"Thus saith The Lord, Keep ye Judgement, and do justice: for my salvation is near to come, and my righteousness to be revealed. Blessed is the man that doeth this and the son of man that layeth hold on it;...."

This indeed is a very precious encouragement because we can often feel that The Lord has put aside our need or we or our issue is too difficult for Him to handle and so things must stay as they are without a solution and without salvation, but The Lord says "His salvation is near to come", sometimes The Lord deliberately waits till as Martha said at Lazarus's burial "Lord by this time he stinketh" [John 11:39.] and then at that point of "stinkingness" and hopelessness there can be GREAT recovery.

The Lord is always at hand dear brother and sister as Isaiah said "My salvation is near to come" and at His appointed time He will command the stone to be rolled away (from that which men would shut up and put away) and Bring Resurrection Life to bare upon the need, sorrow and problem and re-create an amazing new fresh Joy and Blessing - Praise the Lord, How wonderful are all His ways with us and His love toward us which cannot be "quenched by many waters" [Song of Solomon 8:7.]

 "Strengthen ye the weak hands, and confirm the feeble knees. Say to them that are of a fearful heart, be strong, fear not: Behold your God will come with vengence, even God with a recompence; He will come and Save You" [Isaiah 35:3-4.]

Be Strong dear brother and sister, don't continue with a fearful heart, Jesus loves you, and as in the text above, He is coming to "Save  You". If you follow on in Isaiah 56 ... "Neither let the son of the stranger, that hath joined himself to The Lord, speak saying, The Lord hath utterly separated me..." [Isaiah 56:3.] No! He loves You and as  the text goes on, the encouragement from The Lord is "Take Hold of My Covenant"; And what is His Covenant in Christ - "I will bless you and you shall be a blessing" [Genesis 12:2.]

Don't allow discourageing circumstances cause you to cease to "Keep Judgement". Jesus is on your "Case" - "Wherefore He  is able to save to the Uttermost....

 

 All that come unto God by Him seeing He Ever Liveth To Make Intercession for Them" [Hebrews 7:25.] Hallelujah, What a Saviour! 

"O Love The Lord all Ye His saints " [Psalm 31:23.]

Jesus Loves You.

 The Lord wonderfully encourage you that, "He careth for you"  [1 Peter 5:7.]