Israel will rise to dominance in the Millenium.
Follow God's glory through the pages of Scripture.
God calls out the injustice in Israel and provides Himself as the solution to their sin problem.
Isaiah confronts Judah with their unjust treatment of others. The leaders are the most guilty.
Greed and hypocrisy denounced in this passage. God offers blessings for obedience.
Why did God allow the Babylonian captivity? There are some reasons listed in this passage.
We all put our confidence and security in something or someone. As Children of God, our security should be in Christ. What will the things we leave behind say to…
Gentiles who are dedicated to the LORD will be invited to worship with the Jews in the Millenium.
One of the most beautiful and gracious invitations recorded in Scripture.
Isaiah speaks of God's forgiveness and restoration after the coming Babylonian captivity and ultimately when Christ sets up His Millenial Kingdom.
God is called Israel's Husband. The nation is compared to an unfaithful wife who has been put away by her husband. They were chastened for their rebellion against God, but…
The conclusion of Isaiah's prophecies in chapters 52 and 53 concerning Christ and His death, burial, resurrection and exaltation.
Written 700 years before Christ's birth, Isaiah describes His humiliation, suffering, death, burial and resurrection. He also includes facts about the Servant Messiah's exaltation and the significance of His suffering.…
Learn what the "Awake, Awake" admonitions are all about in this study.
Isaiah prophesied about Israel's return to the land after the Babylonian captivity and the future blessings of the Millennial Kingdom.