The oppressive Israelites and proud Assyrians would be punished (Isaiah 10:1‐19)

Those that oppress the helpless will be helpless when faced with God’s wrath (Isa 10:1-4) God is just and seeks justice for the helpless Condemned are the people that give false witness and device schemes intended to rob and deny justice to the helpless. The wicked people will have no escape from the wrath of… Continue reading The oppressive Israelites and proud Assyrians would be punished (Isaiah 10:1‐19)

Israel destroyed but the Messiah would be based there (Isaiah 9:1‐21)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn the cause of Israel’s complete destruction and that the messiah would be based there. Even though Israel would be destroyed, the lands of Zebulun and Naphtali would be the base for the Messiah (Isa 9:1-7) The Messiah would be God. After the lands of Zebulun… Continue reading Israel destroyed but the Messiah would be based there (Isaiah 9:1‐21)

Assyria to destroy Samaria and Syria and the Messiah would be rejected (Isaiah 8:1‐22)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn of the sign of the destruction of the enemies of Judah and the reception that the Messiah would receive when He came. Samaria and Syria would be destroyed before Isaiah’s son was old enough to say “Dad” or “Mom” (Isa 8:1-10) If we are to… Continue reading Assyria to destroy Samaria and Syria and the Messiah would be rejected (Isaiah 8:1‐22)

Immanuel, destruction of Judah’s enemies, and the coming of Assyria (Isaiah 7:1‐25)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn of the prophecy regarding the destruction of Syria and Israel, the sign of Immanuel and the coming of the Assyrian’s to trouble Judah. Ahaz is encouraged to not fear Syria and Israel because the two nations would be destroyed (Isa 7:1-9) Man’s relationship with God… Continue reading Immanuel, destruction of Judah’s enemies, and the coming of Assyria (Isaiah 7:1‐25)

Isaiah is cleansed and sent to Israel by God (Isaiah 6:1‐13)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to learn how Isaiah was called and commission by God to carry God’s message to Israel. Isaiah sees a vision of God and is cleansed of his sins (Isa 6:1-7) Remaining in God’s presence will lead us to crave greater sanctification. In the year of King… Continue reading Isaiah is cleansed and sent to Israel by God (Isaiah 6:1‐13)

Unproductivity and prideful Israel would be destroyed by foreign nations (Isaiah 5:1‐30)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand the relationship between God and Israel and the reason for Israel destruction through foreign nations. The analogy of an unproductive vineyard, where God is the owner and Israel the vineyard (Isa 5:1-7) God expects us to bear good fruit. God had a vineyard, which… Continue reading Unproductivity and prideful Israel would be destroyed by foreign nations (Isaiah 5:1‐30)

What the day of judgment means for the righteous (Isaiah 4:2‐6)

The aim of this passage is to cause us to understand that the day of judgment will be a day of cleansing and a return of God’s glory to Israel. Principle: God’s wrath is not a terror for those who are in Christ Jesus. On the day of judgment, the glory of God will be beautiful… Continue reading What the day of judgment means for the righteous (Isaiah 4:2‐6)