Isaiah 62:6 says, “You who call on the LORD give yourselves no rest, and give him no rest…”
I was going to give a few thoughts but I was reading through a sermon by Charles Spurgeon (in 1891) on this passage and have highlighted a few of his points on this verse:
• Every Christian should be constant, instant, and fervent in pleading the precious promises of our Lord.
• These were not given to be forgotten, but to be pleaded, and then to be fulfilled. It is written, “For this will I be enquired of by the house of Israel, to do it for them.” It is the rule of God’s kingdom that we must bring to his remembrance the promise which we would have fulfilled in our own experience; therefore, “Ye that are the Lord’s remembrancers, take ye no rest.”
• We must bid men look to Jesus and live. Keep not silence.
• Publish this salvation far and wide. Preach the cross, and plead the blood. Preach and pray for Jesus: he is all in all. Keep his sacrifice to the front, and God will bless his own word.