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The Book of the Prophet ISAIAH.
Jesus is seen as: The Prince of Peace
-Bible Study Info-Isaiah is justly accounted the chief of the writing prophets. He has the more comprehensive testimony and is distinctively the prophet of redemption. Nowhere else in the Scriptures written under the law have we so clear a view of grace. The New Testament Church does not appear (Eph 3:3-10), but Messiah in His Person and sufferings, and the blessing of the Gentiles through Him, are in full vision.

Apart from his testimony to his own time, which includes warnings of coming judgments upon the great nations of that day, the predictive messages of Isaiah cover seven great themes:
1. Israel in exile and divine judgment upon Israel's oppressors.
2. The return from Babylon.
3. The manifestation of Messiah in humiliation (e.g. Chap. 53.).
4. The blessing of the Gentiles.
5. The manifestation of Messiah in judgment ("the day of vengeance of our God").
6. The reign of David's righteous Branch in the kingdom-age.
7. The new heavens and the new earth.

Isaiah is in two chief divisions:
1. looking toward the captivities, 1.1-39. 8. Key verses, 1.1,2.
2. Looking beyond the captivities, 40.1-66, 24. Key verses, 40.1,2. These chief divisions fall into subdivisions, as indicated in the text.
The events recorded in Isaiah cover a period of 62 years (Ussher).


Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

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64 Bible Studies for:  ISAIAH
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21. ISAIAH 23:1-18
03-07-1993  S-P.M.  47:03   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 23:1-18

The burden of Tyre: desolations preceeding the final deliverance of Israel.
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22. ISAIAH 24:1-23
03-14-1993  S-P.M.  44:25   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 24:1-23

Looking through troubles to the kingdom age.
The Jewish remnant.
The great tribulation.
Destruction of Gentile world-power.
The first resurrection: the kingdom-age begun.
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23. ISAIAH 25:1-12
03-21-1993  S-P.M.  47:37   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 25:1-12

Triumphs of the kingdon-age.
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24. ISAIAH 26:1-21
03-28-1993  S-P.M.  47:21   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 26:1-21

The worship and testimony of restored and converted Israel.
Retrospect: order of events in establishing the kingdom:.
1. The Gentile world-power destroyed.
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25. ISAIAH 27:1-13
04-11-1993  S-P.M.  40:29   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 27:1-13

Retrospect: order of events in establishing the kingdom: [Cont.].
2. Israel regathered.
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26. ISAIAH 28:1-29
04-18-1993  S-P.M.  53:16   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 28:1-29

The woe of Ephraim. Prediction of the Assyrian captivity of Ephraim.
The fate of Ephriaim a warning to Judah.
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27. ISAIAH 29:1-24
04-25-1993  S-P.M.  39:22   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 29:1-24

Warnings to Judah and Jerusalem of impending discipline.
1 The Discipline.
2. The reasons for the discipline.
3. Blessing after deliverance: Type of blessing in the kingdom.
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28. ISAIAH 30:1-33
05-02-1993  S-P.M.  37:40   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 30:1-33

Warnings to Judah and Jerusalem of impending discipline. [Cont.].
4. Warnings against an alliance with Egypt against Sennacherith.
5. Exortation to turn to the Lord for help againts Sennacherith.: Foreshadow of kingdom blessing.
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29. ISAIAH 31:1-9
05-09-1993  S-P.M.  37:39   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 31:1-9

Warnings to Judah and Jerusalem of impending discipline. [Cont.].
6. Judah again warned against the Egyptian alliance: Jehovah will defend Jerusalem.
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30. ISAIAH 32:1-20
05-16-1993  S-P.M.  49:20   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 32:1-20

Promise and warning: tribulation: the King Deliverer.
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31. ISAIAH 33:1-24
05-23-1993  S-P.M.  46:00   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 33:1-24

Promise and warning: [Cont.]
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32. ISAIAH 34:1-17
05-30-1993  S-P.M.  42:06   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 34:1-17

The day of the Lord: Armageddon.
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33. ISAIAH 35:1-10
06-06-1993  S-P.M.  41:11   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 35:1-10

Kingdom blessing: the regathering of Israel.
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34. ISAIAH 36:1-22
06-27-1993  S-P.M.  32:39   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 36:1-22

Sennacherib`s invasion and Jehovah`s deliverance:
1. The invasion.
2. The threats of Rabshakeh.
3. Rabshakeh`s threats told to Hezekiah.
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35. ISAIAH 37:1-38
07-11-1993  S-P.M.  34:09   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 37:1-38

Sennacherib`s invasion and Jehovah`s deliverance: [Cont.].
4. Message of Jehovah by Isaiah.
5.Sennacherib`s message to Hezekiah.
6. Hezekiah`s prayer.
7. Jehovah`s answer by Isaiah.
8. Destruction of the Assyrian host.
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36. ISAIAH 38:1-22
07-18-1993  S-P.M.  45:29   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 38:1-22

Hezekiah`s sickness and recovery.
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37. ISAIAH 39:1-8
08-01-1993  S-P.M.  37:31   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 39:1-8

Hezekiah`s folly: the Babalonian captivity of Judah foretold.
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38. ISAIAH 40:1-31
08-22-1993  S-P.M.  51:40   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 40:1-31

The prophet`s new message.
The mission of John the Baptist.
The greatness of God and man`s weakness.
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39. ISAIAH 41:1-29
09-05-1993  S-P.M.  45:05   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 41:1-29

The greatness of God and man`s weakness.[Cont.]
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40. ISAIAH 42:1-25
09-19-1993  S-P.M.  42:40   -15       Outline    Subject(s)ISAIAH 42:1-25

Christ, the sevant of Jehovah.
Israel chosen, sinning chastened, restored.
1. The chastening of Isreal.
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