The Book of Isaiah


ISAIAH The Prophet

In the year that King Uzziah died, Isaiah, apparently while worshipping in the temple, received a call to the prophetic office. He responded with noteworthy alacrity, and accepted his commission, though he knew from the outset that his task was to be one of fruitless warning and exhortation:

"And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not." Isaiah 6:9

The books of reference used for this study of the book of Isaiah were the Bible, King James Version, called "The Companion Bible", Publisher Kregel; Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, numbered to the Hebrew, Chaldee, and Greek, and English, coded to the Strong's Concordance numbers.

Other sources were also used besides these references, but they were the major source of the study. Of course without the leading by the Holy Spirit, there would be no understanding of the truths, for all the truth of the Scriptures are revealed to us by God's Spirit.


John 15:26
But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me:

John 16:13-14
Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come. He shall glorify me: for he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you.



Study written by Roger Christopherson, and offered with written permission, by http://www.theseason.org/

The Book of Isaiah
The Book of Isaiah Table of Contents Page

Chapter 1


"The Word of YHVH. "HEAR YE!" Zion, the
Vineyard."


1
Chapter 2 "Expostulation; God's Reasoning With Man to
Bring Understanding."

2
Chapter 3 "The Political Ruin of Judah. The Sin of Judah:
Judgment Pronounced."

3
Chapter 4 "Zion's Future Glory, the Branch, the City, the
Marriage."

4
Chapter 5 "Song of Yehovah, Parable of the Vineyard."

5
Chapter 6 "The Voice From the Temple."

6
Chapter 7 "Historical Events and Prophecies, Assyrian
Invasion."
7
Chapter 8 "The Son; The Assyrian Invasion; Divine
Interposition."

8
Chapter 9

"Divine Interposition: Messiah Comes. [1-7]"

"Yehovah's Covenant Made with Israel's
Enemies. [8-21]"

9
Chapter 10 "Yehovah's Covenant.  Broken for Israel's
Deliverance."

10
Chapter 11 "The Divine Son of David, New Dispensation,
Moral, Political."

11
Chapter 12 "Praise for Yehovah's Deliverance."

12
Chapter 13 "Burdens of Babylon, and Israel; and Israel's
Blessings."

13
Chapter 14 "Burden [warning] to Babylon and Israel."

14
Chapter 15 "The Burden [doom] of Moab."

Additional Cross Reference Reading:
Companion Bible Appendix #54
"The Moabite Stone" by E. W. Bullinger

15
Chapter 16 "The Burden [warning] of Moab; Pride."

16
Chapter 17 "The Burden [warning to] of Damascus."

17
Chapter 18 "Burden of Ethiopia."

18
Chapter 19 "Burden of Egypt, Confusion, Desolation,
The Cause, Healing."

19
Chapter 20 "Captivity, Assyria."

20
Chapter 21

"The Burden of the Desert of the Sea
[Babylon] (1-10)."

"The Burden of Arabia (11-17)."

21
Chapter 22 "Valley of Vision, Persian Invasion [1-14]."
"Israel: Judgment and Mercy ]15-25]."

22
Chapter 23 "The Burden of Tyre; Former, Latter."

23
Chapter 24 "Israel, Judgment and Mercy."

24
Chapter 25 "Praise, the Destruction of Enemies."

25
Chapter 26 "The Song of Judah."

26
Chapter 27 "The Day of the Lord, Acknowledgment;
Enemies, Israel."

27
Chapter 28 "Woes.  Alternated with Yehovah's Glories."

28
Chapter 29 "Woe to Jerusalem, Lebanon: Yehovah the
Redeemer."

29
Chapter 30 "The Egyptian League [1-17]."
"Yehovah the Gracious [18-33]."

30
Chapter 31 "Apostates [Those that fall away]; Yehovah's
Righteous King."

31
Chapter 32 "Yehovah's Righteous King: Desolation."

32
Chapter 33 "The Assyrian Spoiler."

33
Chapter 34 "Gentile Nations, and Armies."

34
Chapter 35 "Yehovah, the King in His Glory."

35
Chapter 36 "Historical Events and Prophecies: King of Assyria,

Rabshakeh (the first embassy), Reception of Message."

36
Chapter 37 "Hezekiah's Reception and Action to Message."

37
Chapter 38 "Hezekiah's Sickness; Isaiah Gives Answer
to Prayer."

38
Chapter 39 "Isaiah's Message, and Denunciation of Hezekiah."

39
Chapter 40 "A Voice from the Wilderness, The Gathering."

"God's Controversy with the Nations, Messiah's
Anointing and Mission."

40
Chapter 41 "Messiah's Anointing and Mission;
Types, Israel and Cyrus."

41
Chapter 42 "Anti-type. Messiah [1-17]; God's Controversy with
Israel [18-25]."

42
Chapter 43 "Encouragement [1-7], Witnesses ."

43
Chapter 44 "Idolaters, their Own Witnesses: Ignorance.
The Smiths and the Carpenters."

44
Chapter 45

"Jerusalem Restored [1-15]."

"God's Controversy with the Nations. Vanity of Idols."

45
Chapter 46 "Babylon's Idols."
46
Chapter 47 "Babylon's Doom."

47
Chapter 48 "God's Controversy with Israel."

48
Chapter 49

"Messiah in Person, Call, Qualifications,
and Mission [1-12]."

"Zion. Reconcilliation, Restoration, and
Enlargement [13-26]."

49
Chapter 50 "SIN: The Cause of the Separation."

"The Breach, the Cause [1-4]."

"The Breach, Healed by Messiah [11]"

50
Chapter 51 "The Call to Hearken, Awake."

51
Chapter 52 "The Call to Israel; "Awake". "

52
Chapter 53 "Messiah's Propitiatory Work."

53
Chapter 54 "The call to Sing; COME."

54
Chapter 55 "The Call to Sing, and Come; Comfort Given."

55
Chapter 56

"Reasons for Yehovah's Faithfulness: [1-8]."

"The Call to Israel's Enemies [9-12]."

56
Chapter 57 "The Call to Israel's Enemies, The Wicked."

57
Chapter 58 "Contrasted Conduct; Legal Observance, Charity,
Sabbath."

58
Chapter 59

"Sin the Cause of the Breach [1-14]."

"Salvation. Yehovah's Work [15-21]."

59
Chapter 60 "Zion: Reconciliation, Restoration, and Enlargement."

60
Chapter 61 "Messiah in Person."

61
Chapter 62 "Messiah in Person, Prayers Offered."

62
Chapter 63 "Messiah. In Person, Judgment."

63
Chapter 64 "Prayer Offered."

64
Chapter 65 "The Answers Given."

65
Chapter 66 "God's Answer. Given, New Heaven and New Earth."

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