SERVANTS' MINISTRY, Inc.
Welcome to our website
Book of Isaiah
This chapter contains a triumphant song of thanksgiving, upon the destruction of the Antichrist, and the antichristian states, for benefits and blessings bestowed upon the church, and for the setting up of the glorious Kingdom of Christ in the Jerusalem state. It starts out with praise to Almighty God our Saviour for all His wonderful blessings and His never ending faithfulness and truth.
THEME: Coming . . . the Kingdom
After the Lord Jesus comes and ends the Great Tribulation Period, He shall establish His Kingdom. Chapters 25 and 26 take us into the Kingdom Age. The King IS coming, and there shall be a Kingdom of Heaven upon this Earth. This has been predicted all through the Old Testament. And when John the Baptist began his ministry, his message was, "...Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mat.3:2). Then the Lord Jesus continued on with the same theme, "...the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mat.4:17).
But He was rejected as King by His own people! John 1:11 He came unto his own, and his own received him not. (KJV) . . . You cannot have a Kingdom without a King. When He was rejected as King, He then said: Matthew 11:28-30 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. 30 For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light. (KJV) . . . That invitation is still wide open today! It is a message to be sent out to people today, and the Lord wants you to answer. Whether you know it or not, you will make a decision today. You will either accept Him or reject Him, because you have a free will to do so. Christ Jesus will NEVER force you to choose Him! BUT . . . there is NO neutral ground. You cannot sit on the fence. If this day, you reject Him, you made your decision!
Matthew 12:30 He that is not with me is against me; and he that gathereth not with me scattereth abroad. (KJV) . . . This chapter is like chapter 12, a song of praise and pure joy.
Praise to Go For Deliverance from All Enemies (25:1-5)
Isaiah 25:1 O LORD, thou art my God; I will exalt thee, I will praise thy name; for thou hast done wonderful things; thy counsels of old are faithfulness and truth. (KJV)
O Lord, thou art my God . . . not by Creation and Providence only, but by covenant and grace. This is the first and foundational blessing of grace, and it secures all the rest . . . in believing this, true happiness exists, and is preferred to any other enjoyment. The knowledge of knowing that the Lord is our God is the utmost highest attainment of grace. These are words of gratitude and praise to God for deliverance. This is a song of pure delight and worship. This can come only from a heart overflowing with love for God, knowing who God is and what He has done and what He is able to do in the future and knowing that He will keep His every Promise! (Tit.1:2). This is not the average praise song that you have in church on Wednesday night, with many people wondering why they even came. Those who are singing this song, then and now, are those who have a deep down desire to worship God because of His love and faithfulness, which are the characteristics of Deity, and are far-off from humanity. Psalm 118:8 It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man. KJV) . . . Love and faithfulness are fruits of the Spirit, NOT the work of the flesh.
I will exalt thee . . . Almighty God: Father, Son, and Spirit; the Father, by attributing the whole of salvation to His love and free favor (Eph.1:3-6); the Son, by ascribing deity to Him, by making use of Him in all His offices of Prophet, Priest, and King, and by giving Him the glory of salvation wrought out by Him (Eph.1:7-9); the Spirit, in His Person, and the operations of His grace (Eph. 1:13-14). Christ especially, will be exalted in this state as King of saints, and because of His having taken to Himself His reigning power (Rev.11:15).
I will praise Thy Name; celebrate His perfections, confess Him before men, praise Him for all His benefits. This is one way of exalting Him, and is the great work of ALL New Testament saints, especially in the last day (Rev.19:1).
For thou hast done wonderful things . . . this is in regard not so much the wonderful things in nature and grace, or in Creation and providence, or in redemption and effectual calling; but what will be done in the last day; at the conversion of the Jews and Gentiles, the destruction of the Antichrist, and the glorious appearing of the Kingdom of Christ.
Thy counsels of old are faithfuless and truth . . . thy counsels from which all Thy works proceed, and which Thou hast from time to time revealed to Thy prophets and people, which were of old, being conceived from all eternity, and long since made known by thy threatenings and promises, are true and firm, and therefore EVERYTHING shall certainly be accomplished.
The prophet Isaiah reflects upon the great and glorious prophecies which he had delivered concerning the destruction of God’s enemies, the protection and deliverance of His people, the sending of the Messiah, the establishment of His own Kingdom in spite of all the opposition that tried to interrupt the course of His prophecies, and broke forth in a solemn celebration of all His wonderful works.
Isaiah 25:2 For thou hast made of a city an heap; of a defenced city a ruin: a palace of strangers to be no city; it shall never be built. (KJV)
For thou hast made of a city an heap . . . Babylon, type of the seat of Antichrist, to be destroyed in the last days (Jer.51:37; Rev.18:1-24), followed, as here, by the song of the saints' thanksgiving in Rev.19:1-21. Heaps is a realistic picture of Babylon and Nineveh as they now are.
It seems to me that this may possibly be when the seventh angel pours out his vial (Rev.16:17-21). “And great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath.” I think this identifies the ruined city as the future Babylon which will be destroyed under the seventh vial at the end of this age. Babylon is the only city that is precisely pictured in detail as to destruction in that day, and it is stated several times that it will never be built again after this final and complete destruction in the day of the Lord (Isa.21:9; 25:2; Jer.51:7-8, 64; Rev. 16:19; 17:5,18; Rev.18:2-3,10-11,18-21). I think that mystical Babylon or Rome, is the great and mighty city that shall fall.
It will be because of the destruction of such a great and mighty city, that strong nations and cities of terrible nations will finally fear God (Isa.25:3). This will have to be toward the end of the last days, because all along in the Great Tribulation, they did NOT fear God!
Revelation 16:9-11 And men were scorched with great heat, and blasphemed the name of God, which hath power over these plagues: and they repented not to give him glory. 10 And the fifth angel poured out his vial upon the seat of the beast; and his kingdom was full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues for pain, 11 And blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and repented not of their deeds. (KJV)
Of a defenced city, a ruin . . . the same thing is meant as above . . . it means the fall of mystical Babylon or Rome, called the great and mighty city (Rev.18:2).
A palace of strangers . . . Babylon, because of its splendor, as a vast palace, a fortress. The royal cities, in which were the palaces of strangers, of the kings of strange people, or of the Gentiles. Strangers from the Covenants of Promise, who introduced a strange religion, and are the worshippers of strange gods (Dan.11:38). Aliens from the commonwealth of Israel, strangers from the covenants of promise (Isa.29:5; Eph.2:12).
It shall never be built . . . their cities and palaces have been or shall be utterly and irrecoverably destroyed, meaning Babylon (Rome). No city shall ever be built there any more, once it is destroyed, indicated by the angel casting a millstone into the sea, which shall never be taken up again, or found any more (Isa.13:19-20; Rev.18:21).
Isaiah 25:3 Therefore shall the strong people glorify thee, the city of the terrible nations shall fear thee. (KJV)
Therefore shall the strong people glorify thee . . . I love this! It tells me that NO one can be strong without the Lord! Only the Lord is strength, as is stated in the next verse. We can only be strong in the Lord, in the power of His might, and in the grace that is ONLY in Him. One day ALL anti-Christians shall be awakened and convinced by the horrible judgments of God on the Antichrist and all who follow him. One day EVERY knee shall bow, and EVERY tongue shall confess that Jesus is Lord (Isa.45:23; Rom.14:11). But here, only the saved remnant will glorify God (Rev.11:13).
The city of the terrible nations shall fear thee . . . not Babylon, which shall then be destroyed, but jointly for the cities of the surrounding nations.
Isaiah 25:4 For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall. (KJV)
For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress . . . the people of God, are poor and needy, both in a literal and spiritual sense; and especially when under troubling conditions, in times of desertion, temptation, bodily affliction, and persecution from men, which may be here mainly intended; to whom the Lord is a strength: only the Lord can strengthen their hearts, and with His own grace within them; He sheds abroad His awesome love in their hearts, which makes them stand firm and strong. He strengthens them by His Spirit (Rom.8:9), His Promises (Tit.1:2), His Word (Lk.11:28) and His laws (Gal.3:10). Christ seems to be more especially meant; and it may refer to the strength and power that He will give to His people in the last day; when a small one shall be a strong nation; when the feeble shall be as David, and the house of David as the angel of the Lord; when they shall have gotten the victory over the beast, his mark and image (Isa.60:10-22).
A refuge from the storm . . . violent rain storm or overflowing flood; as Christ is the only Refuge from the tempest and storm of God’s divine wrath and vengeance. It is only by His righteousness (Isa.32:2), that we can be saved from the flood of God’s wrath.
A shadow from the heat . . . many shall hunt for shade in the last day, but if a person does not know Christ, and believe in Him, there will be NO shade, or shadow from the heat . . . for in Almighty God’s eyes, only Christ Jesus can give refreshment and rest, and He is the only protection from the scorching beams of the sun. Christ, is the shadow from the heat of a fiery law, from the flaming sword of justice, from the wrath of Almighty God, and the fiery darts of Satan's temptations; so from the violence of persecution, which heat shall now be no more, antichrist being destroyed (Rev.7:15-17).
When blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall . . . these terrible ones are either Satan and his principalities, who are very terrible to the Lord's people; and whose temptations are like a strong wind, which beat against them as against a wall, but they stand, because the Lord is their strength, refuge and shadow (Isa.49:24-26), or the Antichrist and his persecuting princes, the kings of the earth, that have joined him, and persecuted the saints, and have been terrible to them; and whose persecutions have been like a blustering strong wind, threatening to carry all away from before them; but the Lord has been their protection, and made them to stand as a wall, firm and immovable, against them.
Isaiah 25:5 Thou shalt bring down the noise of strangers, as the heat in a dry place; even the heat with the shadow of a cloud: the branch of the terrible ones shall be brought low. (KJV)
Thou shalt bring down the noise of strangers . . . those who are strangers to God and Godliness, to Christ, His Gospel, and His Truths, to the Holy Spirit and His operations of grace; the clamor and noise of those who are against true religion, and the professors of it, their persecuting rage and fury, this the Lord in His own time will bring down, and cause to cease, and it shall be heard no more. The noise . . . the riotous noise, as the word properly signifies, which he called their blast in the foregoing verse; by which Isaiah means their rage and furious attempts, which are commonly managed with much noise and clamor. Of strangers . . . the strange and heathen nations that fought against God's people.
As the heat in a dry place . . . which parches the Earth, and burns and dries up the grass and fruits of it; to which persecution is compared.
Even the heat with the shadow of a cloud . . . as the heat is brought down, and caused to cease by the shadow of a cloud, sheltering from the scorching beams of the sun, and by letting down rain, which moistens the Earth; so too, the Lord protects His people from the fury of persecution, and decreases it by the Presence of His power and Providence; and will at last puts an end to it.
The branch of the terrible ones shall be made low . . . meaning the worst of them; a branch being put here for a most important person (Isa.4:2), perhaps the pope of Rome is meant, the head of the anti-Christian party, the main one of the terrible persecutors, who shall be brought low and destroyed by Christ, at His Coming. Their prevailing will come to an end; the voice of harpers and musicians, of pipers and trumpeters, will be heard no more among them; but instead thereof weeping and howling (Rev.18:9-24).
Even the heat with the shadow of a cloud; with as much ease as thou dost in the course of thy common providence allay the heat of a dry season and place, either by the shadow of thy clouds, or by the rain which falleth from black and shadowy clouds.
Praise to God for Provision of Present Needs (25:6-8)
Isaiah 25:6 And in this mountain shall the LORD of hosts make unto all people a feast of fat things, a feast of wines on the lees, of fat things full of marrow, of wines on the lees well refined. (KJV)
And in this mountain . . . Zion, where Messiah's Kingdom was to begin, and is to have its central seat hereafter, at Jerusalem, as the common country of "all nations" (Isa.2:2).
Shall the Lord of hosts make unto all people . . . all people (Isa;56:7; Dan.7:14; Lk.2:10).
A feast of fat things full of marrow . . . feast, an image of happiness and joy (Ps.22:26-27; 36:8; 87:1-7; Mat.8:11; Rev.19:9). Fat things . . . delicacies; the rich mercies of God in Christ (Isa.55:2; Jer.31:14; Job 36:16). Marrow symbolizes the choicest dainties (Ps.3:5).
Of wines on the lees . . . is wine which has been kept long on the lees; meaning the oldest and most generous wine (Jer.48:11).
Well refined . . . cleared of all dregs.
This is not to be understood, of the ultimate glory of the saints in Heaven; which is at times represented by a feast; and participation in it, by sitting down with the saints at a table in the Kingdom of God, and by drinking wine there, to which state the best things are reserved (Mat.8:11), but instead the Gospel dispensation, which lies in the ministration of the Word and ordinances; and which are compared to a feast, and which consists of the richest dainties, for the entertainment of the faith of God's people; and this is made by the Lord Himself, who is sovereign Lord of all, the King of kings; who sits at table Himself, and welcomes His guests, and is the sum and substance of the feast. This seems to point to the marriage supper of the Lamb, in the last days, when the Antichrist shall be destroyed, and Jews and Gentiles be converted, and shall join together in the participation of divine blessings (Rev.19:1), and best of all, the glories, joys, and pleasures of the New Jerusalem state; in which the saints shall drink of the water of life freely, and eat of the fruit of the tree of life, and the leaves of which are for the healing of the nations (Rev.21:6).
This is a wonderful prophecy of "all the people of the world" . . . Jews and Gentiles together, at God's Messianic Feast, which shall celebrate the overthrow of all wickedness and sin, and the joy of spending eternity with our Lord Jesus Christ. It shows that our awesome Triune God intended for His saving Message to go out to the entire world, not just to the Jews. Almighty God will end death forever (Isa.25:7-8). Those who participate in this great feast will be those who have been living by faith in Jesus Christ! Also see Isaiah chapter 55 for another version of this feast.
Isaiah 25:7 And he will destroy in this mountain the face of the covering cast over all people, and the vail that is spread over all nations. (KJV)
And he will destroy in this mountain the face of the covering cast over all people . . . or, the covering of the face . . . that which has covered the face of all people; that darkness which has been spread over them, partly by Mahomet (messenger of Allah), and his Koran and partly by the pope of Rome . . . the covering of human doctrines and traditions seems chiefly intended, which now will be removed, as well as all Pagan, Mahometan (Islam), and Satanic darkness (witchcraft), through the clear administration of the everlasting Gospel of Jesus Christ, which will be spread with power, and in absolute purity, throughout the whole world (Isa.60:1). This may well respect the light and glory of the New Jerusalem state, in which Christ will be the Light thereof (Rev.21:23), and the nations of them that are saved shall walk in it, and Satan will be bound a thousand years (Rev.20:1-3), that he may not deceive the nations any more.
And the veil that is spread over all nations . . . this means the same as above; the veil or covering of darkness and ignorance, with which the nations are covered, either Papal, Pagan, Islam or Satanic . . . especially to the veil that is upon the Jewish nation, which remains to this day, and will be taken off when it shall turn to the Lord (2 Cor.3:13-15). For they that sit in spiritual darkness, are in the region of the shadow of death.
Isaiah 25:8 He will swallow up death in victory; and the Lord GOD will wipe away tears from off all faces; and the rebuke of his people shall he take away from off all the earth: for the LORD hath spoken it. (KJV)
He . . . the Lord, means the Messiah, who is God and Man.
Will swallow up death . . . and shall by His death destroy the power of death (Heb.2:14); takes away the sting of the first death, and prevents the second death, and gives eternal life to the world, even to all that believe in Him. This speaks of physical death, not spiritual death.
In victory . . . as to overcome it perfectly; which complete victory Christ has already purchased for any who believe in faith (Rom.5:1-11), and will in due time actually talk with His people.
Will wipe away tears . . . will take away from His people all sufferings and sorrows, and all the causes of them; which begins here, and perfected in Heaven.
The rebuke of his people . . . the reproach and contempt which was daily cast upon His faithful people by the ungodly world, and by the apostate and unbelieving Jews, who considered the Christians to be trash and scum.
Shall he take away from off all the earth . . . or from off all this land, from all the people of God, where ever they shall be, from all their faces, as was said in the foregoing verse.
The Lord hath spoken it . . . whenever the Lord has spoken, you can be assured it shall come to pass . . . don’t ever doubt it, even though it may seem incredible or impossible to you, it IS possible for God! (Mat.19:26).
Part of this verse is quoted in: 1 Cor. 15:54 So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. (KJV) . . . This describes Christ's victory over death. God's final victory is seen when death, our ultimate enemy, is defeated (Hos.13:14). Another part of this verse is quoted in: Revelation 21:4 And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. (KJV) . . . This describes the glorious scene of God's Presence with His people.
Praise to God in Anticipation of Future Joys (25:9-12)
Isaiah 25:9 And it shall be said in that day, Lo, this is our God; we have waited for him, and he will save us: this is the LORD; we have waited for him, we will be glad and rejoice in his salvation. (KJV)
And it shall be said in that day . . . when the feast will be made for all the Lord's people; when the veil and covering shall be removed; when death will be swallowed up in victory; when all tears shall be wiped away from the saints; when their rebuke shall be taken away from them; all which will be at the glorious appearing of Christ.
Lo, this is our God . . . not the idols of the Gentiles, or the works of their hands; but Christ, who is God over all, blessed forever . . . Immanuel, God with us . . . this expresses His true and proper Deity, and of faith in Him, and of the joy of it.
We have waited for him . . . our Messiah our Saviour, long since promised, and for whom we have waited a long time, now at last is come into the world, bringing salvation with Him.
Just as the Old Testament saints waited for His First Coming, and for His salvation, believing that He would be the Author of it . . . so the New Testament saints are waiting for His Second Coming; and to them that look for Him, and expect His glorious appearing, who have their loins girt and their lights burning (Lk.12:35), as they wait for their Lord's Coming, He will appear a second time without sin unto salvation (Heb.9:28); to put them into possession of the salvation He has obtained for them, for they are heirs (Heb.6:12,17; Mat.25:34; Rom.8:17; Gal.3:7,9,29; Eph.3:6; Tit.3:7; Jam.2:5;1 Pet. 1:3-4).
We will be glad and rejoice in his salvation . . . God’s TRUE children are waiting for Him; looking, longing and hasting unto the day of His Coming (2 Pet.3:12). This they will say when they shall see Him Coming in the clouds of Heaven; whither the living saints being changed, will be caught up to meet Him, and upon meeting Him, they shall thus greet Him and one another ((1 Thes.4:13-18; 1 Cor.15:51-54).
Isaiah 25:10 For in this mountain shall the hand of the LORD rest, and Moab shall be trodden down under him, even as straw is trodden down for the dunghill. (KJV)
For in this mountain . . . where He will make the feast of fat things (vs.6), which is His resting place, and where it pleasures Him to dwell; and over whom His Hand is, and where He abides for their protection and defense; and where He gives spiritual rest to the souls of His people (Isa.14:3), and where the power of the Lord is revealed.
Shall the hand of the LORD rest . . . in this mountain, the powerful and gracious Presence of Almighty God (which is often indicated in Scripture by God's Hand) shall have its constant and stable abode . . . it shall not move from place to place, as it did with the tabernacle (1 Chron.21:29); nor shall His Presence depart from it, as it did from Jerusalem (Eze.9:3; 10:4,18; 11:22-23); but shall continue to the end of the world (Mat.28:20).
And Moab shall be trodden down under him . . . under the Lord and His mighty Hand of power; or under it (Mal.4:3). Wherever His enemies are or shall be found, where they lie there shall they be trodden upon. Moab symbolizes the enemies of the church (Jer.48:2), and is put here for them all, all the anti-Christian powers, Papists, Pagans, Islam, all false religions; their ruin is expressed by treading down or threshing, referring to the threshing of corn, as the word used mostly signifies, when the straw is bruised by the cartwheel, or the feet of oxen; or to the treading of straw in the mire, as follows:
Even as straw is trodden down for the dunghill . . . or in it or in the waters of the dunghill where being cast and trodden, it rots, and becomes dung (manure). Moab is a symbol of all who oppose God and are rebellious to Him and His Word. Moab was Israel's enemy for years (Isa.15:1), as the Edomites on the same account are (Isa.34:6; 63:1).
Isaiah 25:11 And he shall spread forth his hands in the midst of them, as he that swimmeth spreadeth forth his hands to swim: and he shall bring down their pride together with the spoils of their hands. (KJV)
He . . . the Lord, who is intended both in this verse and in the following verse; whose power Moab shall be no more able to resist, than the waters can resist a man that swims, who is able to divide them hither and thither.
Shall spread forth his hands in the midst of them . . . stretch forth His Hands to the utmost, to smite and destroy them.
As he that swimmeth spreadeth forth his hands to swim . . . which he does to the uttermost.
With the spoils of their hands . . . with all that wealth which they have gained by violent seizure of someone’s property, and spoiling of God's people, and other wickedness. This means the utter destruction of Moab; for the spreading forth of the Hands is to be understood of the Lord.
God shall bring down the pride of Moab, which was notorious in them, and hateful to God, and was the cause of their ruin (Ias.16:6). Also compare the pride of the Roman Antichrist, which God will humble (2 Thes.2:3-4; Rev.13:1, 5-6; . . . Rev.19:20).
Isaiah 25:12 And the fortress of the high fort of thy walls shall he bring down, lay low, and bring to the ground, even to the dust. (KJV)
The fortress of the high fort of thy walls . . . all thy walled cities and fortifications, to which Moab trusted.
Shall he bring down . . . their high, fenced walls which were around their cities, the defenses of them would be destroyed by the Lord, battered and brought down, not being able to stand against His mighty power. The mighty city, the cities of the nations, Babylon/Rome shall fall at the pouring out of the seventh and last vial. Revelation 16:19 And the great city was divided into three parts, and the cities of the nations fell: and great Babylon came in remembrance before God, to give unto her the cup of the wine of the fierceness of his wrath. (KJV) . . . It shall be brought low, even to the dust; meaning the sudden, quick, certain and irretrievable destruction of such fortified city, or cities, and their fortifications
With great joy and praise, the TRUE people of God will look forward to the glad tidings of the Redeemer, those who look for Him, with a victory song the glorified saints will enter into the joy of their Lord. It is not in vain to wait for Him; for His mercy shall at last come, with a rich and abundant reward for the delay. Those Hands that once stretched out upon the cross, to make way for our salvation, will one day be stretched out to destroy all unrepentant sinners. Moab is here put for ALL the enemies of God and His people. They shall all be totally trodden down. God shall bring down the pride of the His enemies by one humbling judgment after another. The destruction of Moab is typical of Christ's victory, and the pulling down of Satan's strong holds. Therefore, beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord; for your labor is not in vain in the Lord. Hang in there!
1 Corinthians 15:58 Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord. (KJV)
Commentaries on Old Testament Books
Book of Isaiah . . Isaiah's Mini-Bible
Isaiah Ch.1 . . Isaiah Ch.2 . . Isaiah Ch.3 . . Isaiah Ch.4 . . Isaiah Ch.5 . . Isaiah Ch.6 . . Isaiah Ch.7 . . Isaiah Ch.8 . . Isaiah Ch.9 . . Isa.Ch.10 . . Isa.Ch.11 . . Isa.Ch12 . . Home Page
JUDGMENT ON THE NATIONS . . . . . Isaiah Ch.13 . . Isaiah Ch.14 . . Isaiah Ch.15 . . Isaiah Ch.16 . . Isaiah Ch.17 . . Isaiah Ch.18 . . Isaiah Ch.19 . . Isaiah Ch.20 . . Isaiah Ch.21 . . Isaiah Ch.22 . . Isaiah Ch.23 . . Home Page
ISAIAH’S APOCALYPSE . . . . . Isaiah Ch.24 . . Isaiah Ch.25 . . Isaiah Ch.26 . . Isaiah Ch.27 . . Home Page
ISAIAH'S SIX WOES . . . Isaiah Ch.28 . . Isaiah Ch.29 . . Isaiah Ch.30 . . Isaiah Ch.31 . . Isaiah Ch.32 . . Isaiah Ch.33 . . Isaiah Ch.34 . . Isaiah Ch.35 . . Home Page
Isaiah's Historic Part . . Isaiah Ch.36 . . Isaiah Ch.37 . . Isaiah Ch.38 . . Isaiah Ch.39 . . Home Page
Isaiah Speaks of Messiah's Incarnation. . Isaiah Ch.40 . . Isaiah Ch.41 . . Isaiah Ch.42 . . Isaiah Ch.43 . . Isaiah Ch.44 . . Isaiah Ch.45 . . Isaiah Ch.46 . . Isaiah Ch.47 . . Isaiah Ch.48 . . Home Page
Isaiah's Introduction to the Suffering Servant
Isaiah's Suffering Servant Prophecy. . . Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Isaiah's Redemption Through the Suffering Servant . . . Isaiah Ch.49 . . Isaiah Ch.50 . . Isaiah Ch.51 . . Isaiah Ch.52 . . Isaiah Ch.53 . . Isaiah Ch.54 . . Isaiah Ch.55 . . Isaiah Ch.56 . . Isaiah Ch.57 . . Home Page
Isaiah's Vision of the Dispersion . . . Isaiah Ch.58 . . Isaiah Ch59 . . Isaiah Ch.60 . . Isaiah Ch.61 . . Isaiah Ch.62 . . Isaiah Ch.63 . . Isaiah Ch.64 . . Isaiah Ch.65 . . Isaiah Ch.66 . . Home Page