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Isaiah 62:7

7 and give him no rest till he establishes Jerusalem and makes her the praise of the earth.

Read Isaiah 62:7 Using Other Translations

And give him no rest, till he establish, and till he make Jerusalem a praise in the earth.
and give him no rest until he establishes Jerusalem and makes it a praise in the earth.
Give the LORD no rest until he completes his work, until he makes Jerusalem the pride of the earth.

What does Isaiah 62:7 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Isaiah 62:7

And give him no rest
Not let him alone, as he desired that Moses would, but wrestle with him as Jacob did, and not let him go without the blessing; be importunate with him, as the widow with the unjust judge; and be incessant in prayer:

until he establish;
his church; which, though founded by him, and built upon the sure foundation of his laying, upon a rock, against which the gates of hell cannot prevail; yet, as to its outward state, is sometimes fluctuating and unstable; it is not always in the same place, nor in the same circumstances; but in the latter day it will be established on the top of the mountains, and will be a tabernacle that shall not be taken down; which is the Lord's work to do, and which he has promised; and therefore may be prayed for in faith, nor should saints cease praying till it is done, ( Isaiah 2:2 ) ( 33:20 ) ( Psalms 48:2 ) ( 87:5 ) :

and till he make Jerusalem a praise in the earth;
matter of praise; till the church and its members become famous in the world, and shall be praised by men, and God shall be praised for their sakes; for the purity of Gospel doctrines and ordinances; for unity in worship; for cordial love and affection to each other; for holiness of life and conversation; for number, and for figure, converts numerous, and many of these great personages; when what is now to its discredit and dispraise will be removed; all false doctrine, or mixtures of it the many sects and parties which go by the Christian name; the sad divisions and animosities among them; the impure lives of many professors; the small number of real Christians; their meanness and poverty.

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