The Prophet Isaiah: A Series of Visions Isaiah 40 - 66 Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) The Book: divided into 2 main sections Isa 1-39 The Assyrian Period Gods use of Assyria to judge His people, Isaiah 39:6-7 other nations Behold, theof days are other
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this day, be N.T. carried to Many until references re:shall Christ, kingdom Babylon; nothing shall be left, says the Lord. And Historical (non-prophetic) narrative bridges they shall take away some of your sons who will to 2nd section chs. 36-39
descend from you, whom you will beget; and they shall be eunuchs in the palace of the king of Babylon. Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) The Book: divided into 2 main sections Isa 40-66 The Babylonian Period Babylon will replace Assyria as dominant Prophetic descriptions that would comfort the world power Jews as they were being held in long Sins of Judah, other nations chronicled captivity
in Babylon. Babylon will also be judged (Medes) Numerous Messianic references to Christ, Predicts the close of the captivity and speaks kingdom of it asN.T. present
to his view. Consoles the people that their captivity was coming to an end. Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) The Book: divided into 2 main sections Isa 40-66 The Babylonian Period Isaiah names the monarch by whom their oppressors were to be punished, and who would restore them to their own land. Isaiah references a far more important deliverer than the monarch, and a far more important redemption than that from the
captivity of Babylon. Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) The Book: divided into 2 main sections Isa 40-66 The Babylonian Period Isaiah will see the author of redemption in various scenes: Sufferer, humble, poor, persecuted Raised from the dead, empire spread among the Gentiles, His message of joy and peace diffusing its blessings around the world! Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66)
Chapters 40-66 Outline: Ch. 40-48: God will deliver His people from captivity Ch. 49-57: The Suffering Servant as Savior Ch. 58-66: Everlasting judgment and salvation Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Jehovah will deliver Israel: His Incomparable Greatness (40-48) Jehovah speaks comfort to those who remain faithful; He will restore the glory of Israel. There is no other being like Jehovah. (40:2123). Idolatry is foolishness (40:18-20; 44:9-20). God will sustain and strengthen the faithful (40:29-31; 41:10, 13)
His Servant has a mission and will be successful; He will bring justice to the Gentiles (42:1-4) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Jehovah will deliver Israel: His Incomparable Greatness (40-48) Gods shepherd (servant) Cyrus, will perform His pleasures and return His people to Jerusalem (44:28; 45:1, 13) Babylon will be judged and Cyrus, whom the LORD loves, will do his pleasure on the nation. (47; 48:12-15) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66)
Jehovahs Suffering Servant through whose sacrifice Israel will be saved (49-57) Gods Servant will not be given only for the benefit of Israel, but for Gentiles as well (49:6). The LORD has not forsaken Zion but will remember them and accomplish His will. (49:14; 22-26) The Suffering Servant speaksI gave My back to those who struck Me, and My cheeks to those who plucked out the beard; I did not hide My face from shame and spitting (50:6) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Jehovahs Suffering Servant through whose sacrifice Israel will be saved (49-57)
Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12 The Servant of Jehovah will astonish the nations (52:13-15) His coming will be very different from what men expect (52:1-3) He was wounded for our transgressions (53:4-6) He was oppressed though He had done no wrong (53:7-9) Through His death He accomplished Gods will (53:10-12) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Jehovahs Suffering Servant through whose sacrifice Israel will be saved (49-57) God comforts in His acknowledgement that He
forsakes them for a moment, but His everlasting kindness will result in His mercy. (54:7-8) God offers an invitation to those who will hear (55:3). This invitation is also for the foreigner to join themselves to the LORD (56:6-8). Although the people were offspring of the adulterer and the harlot (57:3), the LORD will revive the heart of the contrite ones (57:15-18). Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Everlasting judgment and salvation (58-59) God rebukes the people for their selfish worship. He bids them to stop doing what they like and do what He likes, and He will bless them (58)
The iniquities of the people separated them from Jehovah. (59:2) Their iniquities were great and yet no one does anything (59:4). This displeased the LORD, that there was no justice, and therefore He will repay His adversaries according to their deeds (59:15-21) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Glorious Zion (60-66) Arise, shine; for your light has come! And the glory of the LORD is risen upon you. (60:1) God will uphold Israel in the midst of the nations that oppose her. (60:14-16) The Messiah speaks and defines His work spreading the good news of salvation (61:1-4)
Zion will have a new name - Hephzibah (My delight is in her); and the land - Beulah (Married) (62:4-5) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Glorious Zion (60-66) Jehovah will continue to watch over His people and they will be called, A City Not Forsaken. (62:6-12) Isaiah calls for Gods help although the people did not deserve itour iniquities have taken us away (64:6). But now, O Lord, You are our Father. We are the clay, and You are our potter; and all we are the work of Your hand. Do not remember our
iniquities foreverwe are Your people. (64:8-9) Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Glorious Zion (60-66) Although the people provoke God to anger continually to My face, and had become smoke in My nostrils (65:2-5), He will not destroy them all. (65:8-10) A new order will be created by God: new heavens and a new earth (65:17-19) God will bless those who have humble and contrite hearts, who tremble at His word. (66:2) Jehovah will judge the wicked and render His anger with fury (66:14-17)
Isaiah: A Series of Visions (Ch. 40-66) Lessons: God will deliver His people. Ps. 37:40; 2 Peter 2:9 The Messiah suffered for everyone. John 3:16; Rom. 5:8 The LORD watches over His people. Isaiah 62:6; Psalm 121:5; 1 Peter 5:7
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