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Book of Isaiah
Isaiah Chapter 31
Chapter 31 begins with a summation of why God's judgment is coming on His people. They rely on Egypt, not on Him. The Egyptians are men and not God (vs.3). God is seen as waging war on Mount Zion (vs.4). God's deliverance from Assyria in the prophet's day (Isaiah 37:35-36) is again seen as a foreshadowing of the even greater deliverance from Antichrist in the end time. Unless we see the swinging of the pendulum back and forth . . . from the near view to the far view, much that is in this prophecy will be beyond your understanding.
Those to whom Israel was looking for strength and support were men and horses, but they were not considering God, who is Spirit (Jn.4:24). Any time that He stretches out His arm against anyone, His foe goes down in utter defeat. Since the Egyptians were pagan and since the children of Israel, following their carnal nature, were depending upon them to help them, the prophet stated that God would oppose BOTH those who helped and those who were being assisted and that BOTH would go down together. Such was the case as we see in the fulfillment of this prophecy. God always works along this line in dealing with men. In order to confirm his lesson, Isaiah told them, For thus hath the LORD spoken unto me, but, they did not listen because they did not believe! Please believe what God states in His Word!
The Sin and Folly of Seeking Help from Egypt (31:1-5)
In chapter 31 the prophet again warns God's people not to look to Egypt for help but to trust the Lord to defend Jerusalem. So pressing is the danger, and so evident is the likelihood of the Israelites turning to Egypt, that Isaiah continues to warn Judah of the stupidity of such a measure. In the future Israel will again turn to the wrong ally. They will accept the Antichrist, and God is warning them about it here. God will judge those who turn to outside help instead of to Him.
This is the fifth woe. It is pronounced on those who go down to Egypt for help.
This definitely has a message for us today. Woe to you and woe to me if we turn away from God and turn to some worldly or human help. God expects us to use common sense! God loves us, but He is a jealous God (Ex.20:5; 34:14; Deut.4:24; 5:9; 6:15; Josh.24:19; Eze.39:25; Nah.1:2).
In the final analysis, God wants to be number #1. in your life! He wants you to rate Him at the top of your list of priorities (Mat.10:37; 22:37; Phil.3:7-9). Where do you go for help? To your banker, your preacher, your friend, your parents? All good places to go at times, but even though it is nice to ask others for advice, in the end, we must go to God for help (Ps.20:7). Most of us have some kind of Egypt that we look to and depend on for help. The real cause of Israel's difficulty was that they did NOT look to God, they did NOT trust Him, they did NOT seek Him. Since they rebelled against Him, they in a frenzy turned to some outside, physical display of power. WRONG move for them and us! BEWARE!!!
Isaiah 31:1 Woe to them that go down to Egypt for help; and stay on horses, and trust in chariots, because they are many; and in horsemen, because they are very strong; but they look not unto the Holy One of Israel, neither seek the LORD! (KJV)
Woe to them that go down to Egypt for help . . . in their level and fertile plains horses could easily be fed and used (Ex.14:9; 1 Ki.10:28), whereas in hilly Palestine horses were not so easily had. Because of this, the Jews were eager to get Egyptian chariots as allies against the Assyrian cavalry. In Assyrian chariots are represented by being drawn by three horses, and with three men in them (Isa.36:9; Ps. 20:7; Pro.21:31; Jer.2:36). In the end, the Jewish rulers and people, who either went themselves, or sent ambassadors to the king of Egypt, would be miserable and wretched.
And stay on horses, and trust in chariots, because they are many; and in horsemen, because they are very strong . . . they depended on and placed their confidence in the strength and numbers of the cavalry of the Egyptians.
But they look not unto the Holy One of Israel, neither seek the Lord . . . they did NOT look to the Lord with faith that He would help them, nor did they seek Him by prayer and supplication; nor did they ask any counsel or instruction from Him! So that their sin lay not only in their confidence in the creature, but in their utter neglect of the Lord Himself. ALL such persons are miserable fools that trust in an arm of flesh, that place their confidence in creatures instead of the Mighty Creator.
They had NO regard whatsoever to the Holy One of Israel, to the holiness and righteousness of Christ, just like millions of people today.
Isaiah 31:2 Yet he also is wise, and will bring evil, and will not call back his words: but will arise against the house of the evildoers, and against the help of them that work iniquity. (KJV)
Yet he also is wise . . . He is God, the Holy One of Israel, and He is the One ignored and overlooked by these rebellious people (Isa.30:9; 65:2; Jer.5:23), and He is SO much more wise and powerful than the Egyptians, to whom they sought help. The Holy One of Israel is so wise as to know all their plans, and well able to confound them, and most certainly able to fully complete His own. The rebellious ones would have shown the highest wisdom to have sought Him, not men. The Egyptian priests were famous for wisdom (Acts 7:22), but they were mere fools before Almighty God (Isa.9:11).
And will bring evil . . . the evil of punishment or affliction on wicked men, which God has threatened, and which they could in no way escape, by thinking they could take the methods they did.
And will not call back his words . . . the Lord’s dire threats delivered by the prophet would not be called back, because the Holy One of Israel does not repent (regret, feel sorrow for), nor will He revoke or make void His warning, but accomplish and fulfil to the letter what He has said He will do. God cannot lie (Tit.1:2). God not only devises, but executes what He plans without calling back His Words (Num.23:19).
But will arise against the house of evildoers . . . against this wicked and rebellious people of the Jews. The house of evildoers may mean ALL the royal and wealthy families which joined in this sin of rejecting and not trusting the Holy One of Israel, and are therefore God calls them evildoers (Job 9:4; Pro.28:14; 29:1; 1 Cor.10:22).
And against the help of them that work iniquity . . . the Lord’s terrible threats are also against the Egyptians, the helpers of the Jews, who were workers of iniquity, and therefore their help and hope in it would be in vain. Egypt was a wicked and idolatrous nation, and so was NOT to be sought for help, or trusted in, for God is against them as He is against ALL workers of iniquity.
Isaiah 31:3 Now the Egyptians are men, and not God; and their horses flesh, and not spirit. When the LORD shall stretch out his hand, both he that helpeth shall fall, and he that is holpen shall fall down, and they all shall fail together. (KJV)
Now the Egyptians are men, and not God . . . the Jews went down to Egypt for help, opposing God's command (Deut.17:16). Egypt was mighty, but they are not mighty as God is mighty! No matter how strong a person or nation is, they are but feeble, frail, changeable men, and not to be trusted in, nor depended on . . . and NEVER to be put on an the same level with Almighty God, and NEVER to be preferred to Him, as they were by the Jews. We too must consider this in our lives.
And their horses flesh, and not spirit . . . Egypt had many, excellent horses, but
horses are only flesh and blood, without an eternal soul or spirit, which man has, and so it is stupid for man to trust in them. They must always be guided and directed by man. Horses are much less than angelic spirits, which are spiritual, invisible and exceptionally powerful, and which excel all creatures in strength. They are called the mighty angels; these are God's cavalry, His horses and chariots (Ps.68:17; 104:3; 2 Ki.5:17; Isa.66:15; Hab.3:8; Rev.9:9), and what mighty things have been done by them, for instance, the destruction of the Assyrian army, in one night, by ONE of these angels (Isa.37:36); and the king of Syria’s army smitten with blindness according to the word of Elisha (2 Ki.6:14-17).
When the LORD shall stretch out his hand . . . when the LORD carries out His judgment, strong Egypt will crumble, and the weak nation it helped will fall. Both will be destroyed.
Both he that helpeth shall fall . . . the Egyptians, being sent for, comes to help the Jews; but they would stumble and fall. They would not be able to help.
And he that is holpen shall fall down . . . the Jews, helped by the Egyptians, who would fall and be destroyed, though not now; but after by the Chaldeans, as they were.
And they all shall fail together . . . both the Egyptians and the Jews would fall.
Isaiah 31:4 For thus hath the LORD spoken unto me, Like as the lion and the young lion roaring on his prey, when a multitude of shepherds is called forth against him, he will not be afraid of their voice, nor abase himself for the noise of them: so shall the LORD of hosts come down to fight for mount Zion, and for the hill thereof. (KJV)
For thus hath the Lord spoken unto me . . . For or because you have done evil in sending to Egypt for help, and they shall not be able to help you . . . yet the Lord Himself will help, with His amazing grace (2 Cor.12:9), and for the glory of His own Name, give you the help and deliverance which you do not deserve, and have no reason to expect from Him. The prophet Isaiah, who had heard and received what follows from the Lord, and as a result, should be totally depended upon. God is a God of grace and mercy, promising to preserve and deliver; and for that reason it was a foolish thing to send to Egypt for help.
Like as the lion, and the young lion roaring on his prey . . . the lion roars when he is hungry, and wants a prey, not when he has gotten one. When he has his prey, he tears it in pieces, and feeds on it, he then makes a lesser noise, a growling one, especially when he sees anyone near to disturb him.
When a multitude of shepherds is called forth against him . . . when a strong young lion stands growling over a sheep it has killed, it is not scared away by the shouts of many shepherds. In the same way, there is nothing that can keep the LORD of hosts from protecting Mount Zion. The armies of the LORD of hosts will come down and fight in Jerusalem.
He will not be afraid of their voice, nor abase himself for the noise of them. . . the hungry lion will not leave nor lose his prey, nor flee from it or the shepherds. Ithas been observed of lions, that when they are pursued, they do not run away with all speed, as other creatures do, but march away slowly, and make an honorable retreat.
So shall the Lord of hosts come down to fight for Mount Zion, and for the hill thereof . . . meaning that He shall come down from Heaven by His angel, in the display of His mighty power, and fight against the Assyrian army, in kindness to His people, the inhabitants of Zion (Jerusalem), and deliver them. There will be no more resisting Him, or putting Him away from His purpose, or preventing His good plans and firmness, than the shepherds are able to distract a lion from his prey. The symbol of a lion expresses the power of God, and His sure accomplishment of His purposes and promises.
Isaiah 31:5 As birds flying, so will the LORD of hosts defend Jerusalem; defending also he will deliver it; and passing over he will preserve it. (KJV)
As birds flying, so will the Lord of hosts defend Jerusalem . . . as the preceding symbol of a lion expresses the mighty power of God, this symbol of birds tells of His tenderness and affection, as well as His speed and swiftness in the deliverance of His people. As birds protect their young, so too the Lord sees His people when in distress, and hurries to help them, and does surround, protect, and defend them. As birds flying . . . swiftly, when they notice that their young ones are in danger (Deut.32:11-12; Isa.10:14; Mat.23:37).
Defending also he will deliver it . . . from present distress, the siege of the Assyrian army.
And passing over he will preserve it . . . passing over the city of Jerusalem to the army of the king of Assyria, that lay encamped against it; and smiting that by an angel with a sudden destruction, preserved the city from the ruin with which it was threatened. The reference is rightly thought to be to the Lord's passing over the houses of the Israelites, when He destroyed the firstborn in Egypt (Ex.12:12; 23, 27). Passing over . . . the destroying angel shall pass over Jerusalem untouched, and shall fall on the Assyrians. The Lord will defend and preserve Jerusalem in the days of Hezekiah. God assures them that it is a sure thing that the Assyrians will not take the city of Jerusalem. And God will defend and preserve Jerusalem in the Great Tribulation Period (Rev.19:1-9).
God's Care for Jerusalem (31:6-9)
Isaiah 31:6 Turn ye unto him from whom the children of Israel have deeply revolted. (KJV)
Turn ye unto him . . . to God, away from the Egyptians, to whom they looked for help. They had neglected the Lord, they had not turned from their evil ways and practices, idolatry and ungodly sin, they had not repented nor reformed to the true worship of Almighty God, to His Word and ordinances, statutes and commands.
These are the words of the prophet, calling his people to repent, to which they might be persuaded by the gracious statement of the Lord unto them, in the preceding verses, promising them preservation and safety.
From whom the children of Israel have deeply revolted . . . The children of Israel either, #1. The Israelites, strictly so called, who are now utterly destroyed for their apostasy; and therefore take heed that you do not follow their example. Or, #2. You Jews, who are the children of Israel; which title he here gives them, partly to admonish them of their great and many obligations to God, and partly to aggravate the sin of their apostasy. Have deeply revolted . . . in neglecting and forsaking God, and asking Egypt for help; which he calls a deep revolt, partly because it was a dreadful sin, being contrary to God's express command, and highly disgraceful to God; and partly because it was carried on with dishonesty and with an open public profession of cleaving to God (hypocrites, Mat.23), and with a design of seeking deep to hide this their counsel from the Lord, with which Isaiah accused this people (Isa.29:15). http://hisservants.org/hard_2pet.2.20-22_verses_h_s.htm
Isaiah 31:7 For in that day every man shall cast away his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which your own hands have made unto you for a sin. (KJV)
For in that day . . . in the day of trial the idols will be found to render NO help and will therefore be cast away. This looks to the future restoration and conversion of Israel simultaneously with the stepping in of the LORD in its defense (Zec.12:9-14; 13:1-2).
Every man shall cast away his idols of silver, and his idols of gold . . . cast away with contempt and hatred of them, means every man had his own idol, and even those idols that were of the greatest value, which were made of silver and gold. I think there is a lesson here for us. Not all people in today’s world have and worship the same idols!
What are some of today’s idols? Consider the following: I believe that self and self-worship is at the top of the list, including all the time and money spent on physical appearance, materialism (greed for what the world offers), food, hoarding, liquor, money, sexual lust, being stingy, displeasure, discord, cigarettes, drugs, TV, sports, cell phones, and I will also add, abortion! All these and many more are indications of self-worship and the idol of self. BEWARE!!!
Which your own hands have made unto you for a sin . . . their idols were the work of their own hands, and were made by them in order to commit sin with, the sin of idolatry. It was a sin to make idols, and worse to worship them. God is a jealous God and He does not want you to worship anything but Him! It was and is a sin to worship idols, ANY idol; and the result of it was deserved punishment.
Isaiah 31:8 Then shall the Assyrian fall with the sword, not of a mighty man; and the sword, not of a mean man, shall devour him: but he shall flee from the sword, and his young men shall be discomfited. (KJV)
Then shall the Assyrian fall with the sword, not of a mighty man . . . that is, the Assyrian army under Sennacherib their king, which besieged Jerusalem in Hezekiah's time; which, as soon as the people were brought to a sense of their sin, and repented of it, and cast away their idols as a proof of it, were utterly destroyed; but not in battle, not by the sword of Hezekiah, or any of his valiant generals: Then . . . when they have cast away their idols, and seriously sought the LORD for help . . . both of these things were performed by Hezekiah (2 Ki.18:4; 2 Chron.31:1). He restored the true forms of worship (2 Chron.31:2-21).
Only when God comes to Earth and defends Jerusalem (vs.4-5), and when Israel turns to Him as a nation and all Israel shall be saved (Isa.11:11-16; 45:17; 54:6-10; Jer. 3:17;23; 30:17-22; 31:31-37; 32:37-41; 33:24-31; Eze.34:22-31; 37:21-28; 39:25-29; Hos.3:5; Joel 3:16;21; Amos 9:14-15; Mic.7:15-20; Zep.3:12-20; Zec.10:6-12; Rom.11:26). Also see: Ezekiel chapters 40-48. A Deliverer: (Ps.14:7; 106:47; Isa.59:20)
And the sword, not of a mean man, shall devour him . . . neither the sword of a general, nor of a private soldier, nor of any man, but of an angel (Isa.37:36). But he shall flee from the sword . . . from the drawn sword of the angel, who most likely appeared in such a form as when David saw him (1 Chron.21:16), which when Sennacherib king of Assyria saw, as well as the slaughter made in his army by him, fled from it (Isa.37:37-38).
And his young men shall be discomfited . . . Sennacherib’s choice men, the best of his army, melted away (1 Sam.14:16; Ps.58:7; 68:2), through utter fear, or die by the stroke of the angel upon them.
When all idols have been destroyed in Judah (vs.6-7), then the Assyrian (Antichrist) will be destroyed and his young men discomfited (Dan.7:11, 21-22; 8:23-25; Mic.5; 2 Thes.2:8; Rev.19:19-21). All this points to the Assyrian (Antichrist) in the future, not in the past. He will be one destroyed when the Messiah comes (Mic.5).
http://www.godcannotlie.org/micah_ch5.htm The sword the Antichrist is to be destroyed with is not that of an ordinary man, but of Christ Jesus Himself (Rev.19:11-21).
With the sword, not of a mighty man; and the sword, not of a mean man; by the sword, not of any man, either mean or mighty, but of an angel of God. Not of a mighty man . . . God says it is not because they are going to be strong enough to drive them away. They won't be! God will deal with the Assyrians. Jerusalem's confidence should be in the Lord, and so should ours!
Isaiah 31:9 And he shall pass over to his strong hold for fear, and his princes shall be afraid of the ensign, saith the LORD, whose fire is in Zion, and his furnace in Jerusalem. (KJV)
And he shall pass over to his strong hold for fear . . . this is said of the king of Assyria, departing in haste from the siege of Jerusalem, to some strong hold in his own country, for fear that the angel and destruction are following him. He could not think himself safe until he had gotten home . . . but he certainly was not out of danger there! Isaiah 37:38 And it came to pass, as he was worshipping in the house of Nisroch his god, that Adrammelech and Sharezer his sons smote him with the sword; and they escaped into the land of Armenia: and Esarhaddon his son reigned in his stead. (KJV)
And his princes shall be afraid of the ensign . . . Sennacherib’s mighty men, his men of valor, in whom he trusted and put his confidence, who were his strength, on which he depended; these, as many as were left of them, fled away. Of the ensign; either, #1. Any banner. This dreadful judgment shall strike them with such a terror, that they would not dare to look any enemy in the face. Or, #2. Of the Lord's ensign, which He had lifted up against them. The Targum says: his princes shall flee for fear, although this is expressed in the next clause.
Saith the Lord, whose fire is in Zion, and his furnace in Jerusalem . . . the Lord’s house is there, and therefore He will defend it. Some think the reference is to the altar of the Lord, where the fire was kept continually burning (Lev.6:9, 12-13), and sacrifices were offered up to Him, and therefore being the place of His worship, He would take care of it. But this seems to me to mean the fire of God's wrath, to defend His people, and destroy His enemies (Zec.2:5). Some interpret this the fire of Hell, and the furnace at the gate of Hell. Whose fire is in Zion . . . so the sense is either, #1. Whose fire is continually burning upon the altar in Zion; which signifies the Lord’s Presence and residence there (Lev.6:9, 12-13). Or rather, #2. Who is and will appear to be in Zion, like a fire, to defend His people, and to consume their enemies; for which end God promised that He would be unto Jerusalem a wall of fire round about (Zec.2:5), and that He would make the governor of Judah like a hearth of fire among the wood, and like a torch of fire in a sheaf (Isa.30:14; Zec.12:6), and that they would devour all the people round about.
*****When we look at this, we must consider that this prophecy also refers to the future, to the last days, to the Great Tribulation Period and the Assyrian, the Antichrist (Isa. 30:31), who will flee to his place of refuge for fear, but he will not escape because of the brightness of Christ's glory. The flaming fire of Christ will reach the Antichrist and slay him (Isa.31:8-9; Dan.7:11; 2 Thes.2:8; Rev.19:20).
The Antichrist, like King Sennacherib, shall also have his princes, who shall be the ten kings that will rule the ten kingdoms of his empire (Dan.7:7-8; 23-24; Rev.17:8-17). For the Revived Roman Empire, see: http://lastdaysprophecy.org/L_D_one_world_revived_roman_empire.htm
I believe that the ensign is Christ (Isa.11:10-12), who will war with the ten kings and Antichrist (Dan.7:23-26; 8:25; Rev.17:14). The fire refers to the perpetual flame on the altar of the Millennial Temple that Christ will build and use as His capital building (Eze.43:7; Zec.6:12-13).
The furnace in Jerusalem refers to the baking oven (Lev.2:4; 7:9; 11:35). Here it no doubt refers to the one which the bread of worship will be baked in at the Millennial Temple. Both the fire and the furnace picture God as having a home in Jerusalem, and this prophecy predicts His absolute defense of it in destroying all His enemies under Antichrist.
Isaiah chapter 31 has its own special value, that being it is outstanding for unusual descriptions of God. In the government of life we must take into account God's wisdom, and be prepared to find that many of His wisdoms seem grim, savage and severe; but we must also believe that He is most tender and jealous for His people. This chapter tells us of God’s wisdom.
This chapter also tells us that God will come down to Earth and fight like a lion for Jerusalem. The LORD will not send an angel to do this, He Himself shall come down (Isa.63:1-5; Dan.7:13-14, 22; Zec.14:1-5; Mat.24:29-31; 25:31-46; 2 Thes.1:7-10; 2:8; Jude 1:14-15; Rev.19:11-21).
This chapter also tells us that God would appear in Jerusalem with the tenderness of a bird over her young (vs.5). The God of hosts would defend Jerusalem, deliver it and preserve it! He would gather Jerusalem, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings (Mat.23:37) . . . but those that trusted the Egyptians instead of the LORD would NOT be gathered. The God of hosts would be as an eagle flying to their nests with all possible speed when they see their young attacked, hovering over them to protect them and drive away the attackers. It will be with such compassion and affection that the Holy One of Israel (vs.1) shall defend Jerusalem. As an eagle stirs up her young when they are in danger, takes them and bears them on her wings, so the Lord led Israel out of Egypt (Deut.32:11-12); and He now has the same tender concern for them that He had then, so that they did NOT need to flee into Egypt again for shelter. Defending, He will deliver it; He will so defend it as to secure the continuance of its safety, not defend it for a while and abandon it at last, but defend it so that it shall not fall into the enemies' hand. He would defend the city to save it (Isa.37:33-35). Passing over He will preserve it . . . referring to the destroying angel's passing over the houses of the Israelites when He killed all the first-born of the Egyptians (Ex.12:12, 23, 27).
The symbol of a lion (vs.4) expresses the power of God, and His absolute sureness to accomplish His purposes and Promises.
I believe the symbol of the birds refers to the Lord and the heavenly armies descending at the second coming with literal angels flying to destroy the armies then surrounding Jerusalem (Joel 2; Zec.1-5; Mat.24:29-31; 25:31-46; 2 Thes.1:7-10; Jude 1:14-15; Rev.19:11-21).
Isaiah uses the term the Holy One of Israel, 29 times in his writings: (Isa.1:4; 5:19; 10:17, 20; 12:6; 17:7; 29:19, 23; 30:11-12, 15, 29; 31:1; 37:23; 41:14, 16, 20; 43:3,14-15; 45:11; 47:4; 48:17; 49:7; 55:5; 60:9, 14).
Five marvelous facts about our God:
#1. He is wise, and He can never be deceived.
#2. He will bring (allow) evil as result of un-repented sin.
#3. He will never lie, nor will He ever call back His Words.
#4. He will rise up against the house of evildoers.
#5. He will rise up against ALL workers of iniquity.
The Jews have been a rebellious, backsliding children, and only when they return to God will their backslidings be healed! Even though they have sunk so deep into misery and sin, and cannot be easily recovered, the Holy One of Israel shall in the last days gather, defend, deliver and preserve them. Many people make an idol of their silver and gold, and by the love of that, are drawn far away from God. On the other hand, those who turn to God, will be ready to part with it. Then, when they have cast away their idols, shall the Assyrian (Antichrist) fall by the sword that goes out of the mouth of the Lord Jesus Christ (Rev.19:15), who strikes more strongly than the mightiest man. Dear one, God can make even the stoutest heart to tremble. Only when we keep up the fire of holy love and devotion in our hearts and lives, can we ever depend upon the power and wisdom of God to protect us. This is a great chapter to read for our own help and strength.
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