Isaiah

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  • Isaiah, The Call Of Isaiah

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    The introduction of this passage in Isaiah the six chapter begins by giving the reader an account of what is known as the “the call of Isaiah”. We also can see that Isaiah is more than just a prophet, but he is a visionary, leader, priest, and a messenger of things to come. Not much about Isaiah is known except the names of his father, and last two sons. We also see in Scripture, according to Isaiah 8, that he is married, and his wife is a prophetess, but her name isn 't mentioned in Scripture.

  • Isaiah Research Paper

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    1st Isaiah From a historical and geographical perspective, the book of Isaiah is an accurate representation. A lot of what has been found through archeology supports the events in the book. The book of Isaiah focuses on the south kingdom of Judah. During the book, the North Kingdom is in the process of its down fall. The book of Isaiah gives us insight into the minds of the southern kings at the time. Thus, we are able to see the historical context of how the south eventually fell. Much of Isaiah’s

  • Themes Of Second Isaiah

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    Second Isaiah is enclosed within the Book of Isaiah as one of the compositions during the exile. Consequently, it is comprehended as one the first of the Latter Prophets in the Hebrew Bible and the first of the Major Prophets in the Christian Old Testament. Furthermore, the writings predominantly consist of an anonymous prophet who more than likely lived with the Hebrew exiles during the period of Babylonian captivity. In order to obtain a permissible amount of understanding of the superscription

  • Worship Lessons From Isaiah.

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    WORSHIP LESSONS FROM ISAIAH As we continue with Worship Lessons from the Old Testament we will dive into the book of Isaiah. Before I get into my main point, I wanted to give you a quick biography of the prophet Isaiah, since many of us, including myself, have at one time or another skimmed through this book. Who exactly was the prophet Isaiah? Born In Jerusalem Lived about 700 years before Christ Jewish tradition says he was of royal descent and may have been a cousin of King Uzziah He was married

  • Isaiah 37 Bible Study

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    LIBERTY UNIVERSITY ISAIAH 37:1-38 A BIBLE STUDY SUBMITTED TO DR. ROBERT DIXON IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE OBST 661 LIBERTY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY BY LYNDA L. DURRETT SEPTEMBER 22, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………..2 II. DAY OF TROUBLE………………………………………………….……………..2 A. PLEA FROM HEZEKIAH…………………………………….……………….3 B. SENNACHERIB WILL RETURN AND PERISH...............................

  • Prophet Isaiah

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    Topic: What are the major themes in the prophesy of Isaiah | | |TABLE OF CONTENTS | |INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………………………...2 | |REDEMPTION FROM

  • The Bible Of Isaiah 's ' Prophets ' And ' Isaiah 49 '

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    ers of Isaiah contain a series of beautiful poetic prophecies about a servant who would bless the world through his life, labors, and suffering. Collectively these prophecies are known as the “Servant Songs” or the “Servant Psalms.” Though an issue of some debate, a typical list of the Servant Songs includes Isaiah 42:1–6; 49:1–6; 50:4–9; 52:13–15; 53:1–12.[1] Through the centuries, scholars, saints, and students have debated the identity of the servant. Some speculate the servant is Isaiah himself

  • Historical, Social, And Political Factors In The Book Of Isaiah

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    The book of Isaiah has a lot of unique historical, social, and political factors to it. The prophet Isaiah prophesied during the reign of King Ahaz and Hezekiah (740-681 BC). Isaiah mainly worked during the reign of Hezekiah, However; his first narrative was under King Ahaz in 734-733 BC. In which, King Ahaz was dealing with crisis regarding foreign powers and was struggling on how to protect his people. One of main themes in the book of Isaiah is that not to trust in human power but instead one

  • The Importance of a Single Authorship of Isaiah

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    Importance of a Single Authorship of Isaiah When a critic attacks the authorship of Isaiah, it is like the “devil” putting his foot in the door. Modern criticism has cast doubt on the Bible. The written Word of God is a battlefield and many a skeptic has tried to dethrone the Bible claiming it is just another book. Denying a single authorship of Isaiah: 1. Casts doubt on the written Word of God 2. Makes Jesus appear ignorant when He said Isaiah wrote the scroll of Isaiah 3. Promotes skepticism about the

  • Isaiah 6 : The Blessings, Authority, And Curses In The Bible

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    Isaiah 6 The warning in Isaiah 6, issued specifically to the kingdom of Judah during Isaiah’s ministry can also be applied to what will likely happen at the end of the age. In fact, hardening of hearts to the message of the gospel is happening already. Regardless of what is to come, God commissioned Isaiah to proclaim His forthcoming judgment. In addition to proclaiming judgment, God’s words through the prophet would further harden the hearts of the people and otherwise make them ignorant to any

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