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The key word of Isaiah is salvation. This word appears 26 times, but only The key word of Isaiah is salvation. This word appears 26 times, but only 7 times in the other prophetic books combined.

The theme of the book is found Isaiah’s name, which means “Salvation is of The theme of the book is found Isaiah’s name, which means “Salvation is of the Lord. ”

Isaiah 1: 18 Isaiah 1: 18 " Come now, and let us reason together, " Says the LORD, "Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall be as white as snow; Though they are red like crimson, They shall be as wool.

Isaiah 7: 14 Isaiah 7: 14 "Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel.

Isaiah 9: 6 For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son Isaiah 9: 6 For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. 7 Of the increase of His government and peace There will be no end, Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, To order it and establish it with judgment and justice From that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the LORD of hosts will perform this.

Isaiah 53: 6 All we like sheep have gone astray; We have turned, every Isaiah 53: 6 All we like sheep have gone astray; We have turned, every one, to his own way; And the LORD has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.

Key phrase is “Holy One of Israel” which appears 25 times. Key phrase is “Holy One of Israel” which appears 25 times.

Key chapter is Isaiah 53, which describes the suffering servant. Key chapter is Isaiah 53, which describes the suffering servant.

Isaiah’s favorite designation for Jehovah (Yahweh) is “The Lord of Hosts”, used 62 times Isaiah’s favorite designation for Jehovah (Yahweh) is “The Lord of Hosts”, used 62 times in the book. “The name designates the Lord as omnipotent, and. . . is used by all the writing prophets except Ezekiel, Joel, Obadiah, and Jonah. The term ‘hosts’ designated the armies of Israel. It could also refer to the angels, the heavenly messengers of the Lord, and to the stars as God’s hosts. When, as here, it appears without further qualification, it designates the Lord as the God of all hosts, and is thus an equivalent expression for the ‘all-powerful God’. ” - Edward J. Young

Predictions fulfilled in his lifetime: • Judah to be delivered from Syria and Israel Predictions fulfilled in his lifetime: • Judah to be delivered from Syria and Israel (7: 47, 16) • Syria an Israel to be destroyed by Assyria (8: 4; 17: 1 -14) • Assyria to invade Judah (8: 7 -8) • Philistines to be conquered (14: 28 -32) • Moab to be plundered (15, 16) • Egypt and Ethiopia to be conquered by Assyria (20: 4) • Arabia to be pillaged (21: 13 -17) • Tyre to be subdued (23: 1 -12) • Jerusalem to be delivered from Assyria (36) • Hezekiah’s life to be extended 15 years (38: 5)

Predictions fulfilled after his lifetime: • Babylonian captivity (39: 5 -7) • Babylon to Predictions fulfilled after his lifetime: • Babylonian captivity (39: 5 -7) • Babylon to be overthrown by Cyrus (46: 11) • Medes and Elamites would also devastate Babylon (13: 17; 21: 2; 48: 14) • Babylon’s perpetual desolation (13: 20 -22) • Cyrus called by name (44: 28; 45: 1, 4) • Cyrus’ conquest of the world (41: 2 -3) • Cyrus to liberate the captives [200 years after Isaiah predicted it] (45: 13) • Cyrus to rebuild Jerusalem (44: 28; 45: 13) • Israel to be restored (27: 12 -13; 48: 20; 51: 14) • Israel’s religion to permeate Egypt and Assyria (19: 1825) • Israel’s religion to spread over the whole world (27: 2 -6) • Tyre’s captivity and restoration (23: 13 -18) • Edom’s perpetual desolation (34: 5 -17)

Predictions about the Messiah: • His arrival (40: 3 -5) • His virgin birth Predictions about the Messiah: • His arrival (40: 3 -5) • His virgin birth (7: 14) • Galilee to be the scene of his ministry (9: 1 -2) • His Deity and the Eternity of His throne (9: 6 -7) • His sufferings (Isa. 53) • To die with the wicked (53: 9) • To be buried with the rich (53: 9) • Might and gentleness of His reign (40: 10 -11) • Righteousness and goodness of His reign ( 32: 18; 61: 1 -3) • His justice and kindness (42; 3 -4, 7) • His rule over Gentiles (2: 2 -3; 42: 1, 6; 49: 6; 55: 45; 56: 6; 60: 3 -5 • His vast influence (49: 7, 23)

The earliest copy of Isaiah in the original Hebrew language was A. D. 900 The earliest copy of Isaiah in the original Hebrew language was A. D. 900 for many years, but thanks to the discover of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947, we have a copy that dates back 100 B. C. and confirms that the authenticity of the A. D. 900 copy.

His name means “salvation of the Lord” or “the Lord is salvation”, and is His name means “salvation of the Lord” or “the Lord is salvation”, and is symbolic of his message. He is described as “the son of Amoz” (Isa 1: 1; 2: 1; 13: 1). He was married to a prophetess (8: 3) and had two sons who had prophetic names that symbolized his message (8: 3 -4; 7: 3): Shear. Jashub (“the remnant shall return”, Isa 7: 3) and Maher-Shalal-Hash-Baz (“in-speed-spoil-bootyhastens”, Isa 8: 3).

Isaiah received his visions in the days of “Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings Isaiah received his visions in the days of “Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah” (Isa 1: 1). It is generally thought the vision of the throne scene which occurred “in the year Uzziah died” Isa. 6: 1 was the beginning point of his ministry as a prophet (739 B. C. ).

This would mean Isaiah prophesied approximately fifty years (739 -690 B. C. ). This would mean Isaiah prophesied approximately fifty years (739 -690 B. C. ).

Assyria accepted, and the capital of Israel (Samaria) fell in 722 B. C. Assyria accepted, and the capital of Israel (Samaria) fell in 722 B. C.

King Hezekiah heeded Isaiah and God rewarded his faith by killing 185, 000 Assyrians King Hezekiah heeded Isaiah and God rewarded his faith by killing 185, 000 Assyrians (Isa 36 -37).

Later, in a moment of weakness Hezekiah showed the ambassadors from Babylon (Assyria’s enemy) Later, in a moment of weakness Hezekiah showed the ambassadors from Babylon (Assyria’s enemy) the house of his treasures (Isa 39: 1 -2). This prompted Isaiah to foretell that the king’s treasures and his descendants would be taken away to Babylon (Isa 39: 5 -7). With this prophecy as an introduction, in chapters 40 -66 Isaiah speaks from the viewpoint of Babylonian exile and foretells of the coming pardon, deliverance, and restoration.

The following are the lessons taught by Isaiah: 1. He rebuked the sins of The following are the lessons taught by Isaiah: 1. He rebuked the sins of the people and to persuade them to repent and do the will of God. 2. He warned his people about the impending doom of Judah because of their unfaithfulness. This came to pass 100 years later when Jerusalem was destroyed and her people were taken into Babylonian captivity. 3. He uttered prophecies that would later be fulfilled which proved that God is Deity and that His Word never fails. 4. He proclaimed the glorious hope of the Messiah’s coming. 5. He taught spiritual and moral lessons that applied during his day and apply to us today.

GENERAL OUTLINE THE ASSYRIAN PERIOD - CONFLICT AND VICTORY (1 -39) • PROPHECIES CONCERNING GENERAL OUTLINE THE ASSYRIAN PERIOD - CONFLICT AND VICTORY (1 -39) • PROPHECIES CONCERNING JUDAH AND JERUSALEM (1 -12) • PROPHECIES CONCERNING THE NATIONS (13 -27) • THE SOURCE OF TRUE DELIVERANCE (28 -35) • HISTORICAL INTERLUDE (36 -39) THE BABYLONIAN PERIOD - HOPE FOR TROUBLED TIMES (40 -66) • THE ONE TRUE GOD VERSUS IDOLS (40 -48) • SALVATION THROUGH THE SUFFERING SERVANT (4953) • THE FUTURE GLORY FOR GOD’S PEOPLE (54 -66)

1. It will increase our faith in Jesus as the Messiah. 2. It will 1. It will increase our faith in Jesus as the Messiah. 2. It will strengthen our hope in God as the One who is ultimately in control of all things, and will bring His purposes to pass. 3. It will inspire a deeper love for God. 4. It will increase our understanding as to how God ruled in the nations of men in the past, and how Christ may exercise His rule in the nations today.

Isaiah 6: 8 Isaiah 6: 8 "Here am I! Send me. "

Isaiah 59: 2 But your iniquities have separated you from your God; And your Isaiah 59: 2 But your iniquities have separated you from your God; And your sins have hidden His face from you, So that He will not hear.

Isaiah 57: 20 But the wicked are like the troubled sea, When it cannot Isaiah 57: 20 But the wicked are like the troubled sea, When it cannot rest, Whose waters cast up mire and dirt. 21 "There is no peace, " Says my God, "for the wicked. "

Isaiah 20: 2 at the same time the LORD spoke by Isaiah the son Isaiah 20: 2 at the same time the LORD spoke by Isaiah the son of Amoz, saying, "Go, and remove the sackcloth from your body, and take your sandals off your feet. " And he did so, walking naked and barefoot. 3 Then the LORD said, "Just as My servant Isaiah has walked naked and barefoot three years for a sign and a wonder against Egypt and Ethiopia, 4 "so shall the king of Assyria lead away the Egyptians as prisoners and the Ethiopians as captives, young and old, naked and barefoot, with their buttocks uncovered, to the shame of Egypt.

"Sackcloth was regarded as the appropriate dress for prophets; it was made of the coarse hair of the goat. " As for the instruction here to walk naked and barefoot, it is a mistake to think that Isaiah was totally nude. Hailey's quotation from Delitzsch has this: "What Isaiah was directed to do was simply opposed to common custom, not to moral decency. "No doubt, he actually wore a loin cloth or some other very abbreviated garment. This instead of the prophet's customary dress was sensational enough.

Isaiah 14: 12 Isaiah 14: 12 " How you are fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! How you are cut down to the ground, You who weakened the nations!

Isaiah 14: 4 that you will take up this proverb against the king of Isaiah 14: 4 that you will take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say: "How the oppressor has ceased, The golden city ceased!

Titles of Christ that come from Isaiah: • Immanuel (7: 14) • Wonderful, Counselor, Titles of Christ that come from Isaiah: • Immanuel (7: 14) • Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, and Prince of Peace (9: 6 -7) • King (32: 1) • Servant (42: 1) • Redeemer (49: 26) • Arm of the Lord (53: 1)