Summary of Isaiah
Chapter by Chapter:
Isaiah 1-2: Zion and the Restoration/Temples in the Last Days
Isaiah 3-4: Judah and Jerusalem are Punished/Zion Shall be Cleansed
Isaiah 5-6: The Apostate of Israel/Isaiah Sees the Lord
Isaiah 7-8: Ephraim and Sariah Wage War/Turn to God for Guidance
Isaiah 9-10: A Child is Born/Few People Shall be Left
Isaiah 11-12: The Lord Shall Raise an Ensign/In the Last Days God will be among us
Isaiah 13-14: The End of the World/Lucifer is Cast Out!
Isaiah 15-16: Moab shall be Laid Waste/Messiah Shall Sit on David’s Throne
Isaiah 17-18: Israel is Scattered/The Scattered People
Isaiah 19-20: The Lord Will Smite Egypt/Assyria Shall Overrun Egypt
Isaiah 21-22: Babylon is Fallen!/A Nail in a Sure Place
Isaiah 23-24: Tyre Shall be Overthrown/Men Shall Change the Scriptures
Isaiah 25-26: Tyre Shall be Overthrown/Men Shall Change the Scriptures
Isaiah 27-28: Israel Shall Fill the Earth/Revelation
Isaiah 29-30: The Book of Mormon/Rejection of Prophets
Isaiah 31-32: The Lord will Defend his People/The Messiah – The Restoration
Isaiah 33-34: The Stakes of the Church/The Second Coming
Isaiah 35-36: Babylon is Fallen!/A Nail in a Sure Place
Isaiah 37-38: Hezekiah and Isaiah/Hezekiah’s Life is added to
Isaiah 39-40: Hezekiah reveals his truth/Run and Not be Weary
Isaiah 41-42: Be Not Affraid/Isaiah Speaks to the Lord
Isaiah 43-44: Jesus is our only Redeemer/Why worship objects?
Isaiah 45-46: Come unto Christ/Idols are not to be compared to God
Isaiah 47-48: Babylon and Chaldea shall be destroyed/The Lord reveals His purposes
Isaiah 49-50: Messiah = Light unto the Gentiles/Isaiah shall have a tongue of power
Isaiah 51-52: The Lord shall gather Zion/Zion shall return
Isaiah 53-54: The Atonement of Jesus Christ/Zion and Her Stakes in the Last Days
Isaiah 55-56: Salvation if Free/Keep the Commandments
Isaiah 57-58: No peace for the wicked/The Law of the Fast
Isaiah 59-60: Israel is separated from God/Israel shall be Restored
Isaiah 61-62: In the Last Days, God will restore His Church/Lifting the Gospel Standard
Isaiah 63-64: We shall accept Jesus as our Father/Salvation at the Second Coming
Isaiah 65-66: The Millennium/All wicked shall be destroyed
The Book of Isaiah is the first of the Latter Prophets in the Hebrew Bible, preceding Ezekiel, and Jeremiah. The first 39 chapters prophesy doom for a sinful Judah and for all the nations of the world that oppose God, while the last 27 prophesy the restoration of the nation of Israel and a new creation in God’s glorious future kingdom.
The prophet Isaiah, whose name means “Jehovah is salvation,” was the son of Amoz (Isaiah 1:1), not to be confused with the prophet Amos. He prophesied during the reign of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah. During the span of Isaiah’s ministry, Judah underwent great periods of change. His call came in the last year of King Uzziah’s reign, about 740 BC. Uzziah was, generally speaking, a good king and had brought to Judah a degree of wealth and power which she had not known since the time of Solomon. With these accomplishments, however, came sin, corruption, oppression and religious formalism. While gaining materially, Judah had deteriorated spiritually. Uzziah was succeeded by his son Jotham, who also sought to encourage the worship of Jehovah but who failed, as had his father, to break down the high places of idolatrous worship. Ahaz followed Jotham and set about to replace the true worship with devotion to heathen idols.
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