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Isaiah

Isaiah was one of the most prominent citizens of Jerusalem, having access to both the royal and priestly leadership of the nation of Judah. His long life spanned the rule of several kings. Born during the reign of Uzziah, Isaiah was called to his prophetic ministry in the year of the king's death (740 B.C.). Uzziah was succeeded by Jotham (752-736 B.C.). He was followed by Ahaz (736-720 B.C. and finally by Hezekiah (729-699 B.C.).

With the accession of Hezekiah to the throne, a new day dawned for Judah. Pursuing a policy of reforms, the new king repaired and cleansed the temple and returned to emphasizing the Mosaic Law in determining national ethics. Isaiah became a prime figure during these years as chief advisor to King Hezekiah, as he continued to communicate his faithful and true prophesy spoken on behalf of the LORD GOD.

  • Isaiah 11:1-9 Judah, a sinful nation
  • 1:10-31 A call to repentance
  • Isaiah 22:1-4 The day of the Lord
  • 2:5-22 Judgment on the proud
  • Isaiah 33:1-15 Judgment on Judah
  • 3:16-4:1 Judgment on the daughters of Zion
  • Isaiah 44:2-6 Jerusalem's glorious future
  • Isaiah 55:1-7 The parable of the vineyard
  • 5:8-30 Woes pronounced on the faithless
  • Isaiah 66:1-13 Isaiah's vision and commission
  • Isaiah 77:1-9 Isaiah's message to Ahaz
  • 7:10-25 The coming Assyrian invasion
  • Isaiah 88:1-22 Deliverance foreshadowed
  • Isaiah 99:1-7 The birth of the Prince of Peace
  • 9:8-10:4 The Lord's anger against Israel
  • Isaiah 1010:5-19 Assyria shall be broken
  • 10:20-23 A remnant to be saved
  • 10:24-34 A promise of deliverance
  • Isaiah 1111:1-16 The righteous reign of the branch of Jesse
  • Isaiah 1212:1-6 Thanksgiving for God's mercies
  • Isaiah 1313:1-5 The doom of Babylon predicted
  • 13:6-22 The Medes to destroy Babylon
  • Isaiah 1414:1-2 Israel to be preserved
  • 14:3-23 The proverb against the king of Babylon
  • 14:24-28 Assyria will be destroyed
  • 14:29-32 The warning to Palestina
  • Isaiah 1515:1-9 The oracle concerning Moab
  • Isaiah 1616:1-14 Prophecy of Moab's ruin
  • Isaiah 1717:1-14 The oracle concerning Damascus
  • Isaiah 18 18:1-7 A prophecy concerning Ethiopia
  • Isaiah 1919:1-25 The oracle concerning Egypt
  • Isaiah 2020:1-6 Assyria to conquer Egypt and Ethiopia
  • Isaiah 2121:1-10 The oracle concerning the desert of the sea
  • 21:11-12 The oracle concerning Dumah
  • 21:13-17 The oracle concerning Arabia
  • Isaiah 2222:1-14 The oracle concerning the valley of vision
  • 22:15-25 The judgment on Shebna
  • Isaiah 2323:1-18 The oracle concerning Tyre
  • Isaiah 2424:1-23 The judgment upon the earth
  • Isaiah 2525:1-12 The song of praise by the redeemed
  • Isaiah 2626:1-21 A hymn of praise
  • Isaiah 2727:1-13 The assurance of Israel's deliverance
  • Isaiah 2828:1-13 Condemnation of Ephraim
  • 28:14-29 Jerusalem warned
  • Isaiah 2929:1-8 Ariel and her enemies
  • 29:9-16 The blindness of Israel
  • 29:17-24 The redemption of Israel
  • Isaiah 3030:1-14 The futility of relying on Egypt
  • 30:15-26 An appeal to turn to the Lord for help
  • 30:27-33 The destruction of Assyria foretold
  • Isaiah 3131:1-9 God, not Egypt, will defend Judah
  • Isaiah 3232:1-8 The coming reign of the righteous king
  • 32:9-20 Women of Jerusalem warned
  • Isa. 3333:1-24 Salvation for those who trust in God
  • Isa. 3434:1-17 The Lord's wrath upon the nations
  • Isa. 3535:1-10 Israel restored to Zion
  • Isa. 3636:1-22 Sennacherib invades Judah
  • Isa. 3737:1-4 Hezekiah asks Isaiah to pray
  • 37:5-38 Judah delivered from Sennacherib
  • Isa. 3838:1-22 Hezekiah's sickness and healing
  • Isa. 3939:1-8 The Babylonian captivity foretold
  • Isa. 4040:1-11 Comfort through trust in the Lord
  • 40:12-31 The majesty of the Lord
  • Isa. 4141:1-20 The final restoration of Israel
  • 41:21-29 Apart from the Lord there is no hope
  • Isa. 4242:1-4 The Lord's servant
  • 42:5-16 The servant comes to glorify the Lord
  • 42:17-25 Israel's suffering is a result of sin
  • Isa. 4343:1-28 The Lord the only redeemer
  • Isa. 4444:1-5 The spirit of God to be on Israel
  • 44:6-20 The folly of idolatry
  • 44:21-28 The Lord the Redeemer of Israel
  • Isa. 4545:1-7 A charge to Cyrus
  • 45:8-13 The Lord the Creator
  • 45:14-17 An everlasting salvation for Israel
  • 45:18-25 Salvation will come only by the Lord
  • Isa. 4646:1-13 The power of the Lord and the weakness of idols
  • Isa. 4747:1-15 Judgment on Babylon
  • Isa. 4848:1-22 Israel's unfaithfulness rebuked
  • Isa. 4949:1-7 Israel the Lord's servant
  • 49:8-26 Israel will be restored to Zion
  • Isa. 5050:1-11 The suffering of the Lord's servant
  • Isa. 5151:1-11 The faithful are called to courage
  • 51:12-23 The faithful are comforted
  • Isa. 5252:1-12 The Lord will deliver Zion from captivity
  • 52:13-15 The suffering of the Lord's servant
  • Isa. 5353:1-12 The suffering servant
  • Isa. 5454:1-17 The Lord's everlasting love for Israel
  • Isa. 5555:1-13 A free offer of mercy to all
  • Isa. 5656:1-12 An appeal to keep God's judgments
  • Isa. 5757:1-21 Condemnation of Israel's idolatry
  • Isa. 5858:1-12 A description of true religion
  • 58:13-14 The observance of the Sabbath
  • Isa. 5959:1-19 National corruption, consequent suffering
  • 59:20-21 Deliverance will be from the Lord
  • Isa. 6060:1-22 The future glory of Zion
  • Isa. 6161:1-11 Good tidings of salvation to Zion
  • Isa. 6262:1-12 The restoration of Zion
  • Isa. 6363:1-6 The day of vengeance
  • 63:7-19 The Lord's favor shown to Israel
  • Isa. 6464:1-12 A prayer for help
  • Isa. 6565:1-16 The rebellious will be punished
  • 65:17-25 New heavens and a new earth
  • Isa. 6666:1-24 Zion's future hope





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