The Book of
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In chapter 14 we shall learn a proverb against the king
of Babylon and "see" on into the future time of the Millennium after Christ's
return when "the world is at rest, and is quiet (Isa. 14:7)" and see what
shall become of that wicked one, "...the man that
made the earth to tremble, that did shake kingdoms;  That made the
world as a wilderness, and destroyed the cities thereof; that opened
not the house of his prisoners (Isaiah 14:16-17)!" The
LORD hath founded Zion 14:32
#6414 Chapter 14
the burden of Damascus (Syria) in chapter 17
a Woe to a land which is beyond the rivers of Ethiopia (The United States)
Stone Kingdom" in chapter 18
the burden of Egypt (all the Arab nations) in chapters 19 and 20
the burden of the Desert of the Sea ( Babylon) including burdens upon Dumah
(Russia) and Arabia in chapter 21
We have now completed the "7" chapters from Isaiah 15-21 wherein the "7" burdens or warnings are given to the nations for these last days.
23rd chapter of Isaiah concerns the oracle or revelation of Tyre.
Isaiah 24 &
25 are precious indeed in that they speak both of The Lord's Judgment and
26th chapter of Isaiah will give us not only an outline of how our Father's
wondrous plan shall unfold in these last days, but it will also give us
an in-depth view of the purpose behind His chastisement and vengeance upon
In chapter 27
we are going to be given insight into our Father's marvelous plan of salvation,
even additional insight into the great purpose He has for bringing chastisement
upon His people.
Chapter 28 begins
a series or cycle of six "woes" that continues through to chapter 35 and
In chapter 28 we learn that multitudes of Christians who do not have faith based upon the foundation of God's Word are surely going to make a "covenant with Death" and "an agreement with Hell". In fact, the majority of our people have been so drawn away from their Father's Word, the foundation of truth, by soothsaying preachers who teach the traditions of men instead of His Word, that they cannot tell the difference between that which is profane (the false Christ) and that which is holy (the true Christ).
This is the second of the six woes we discussed at the
beginning of chapter 28 and this one is directed to Ariel, the city where
The hour is late and it is time to quit playing church and stop listening to men's traditions and open your eyes to the "visions" of the prophets through whom Jesus Christ has foretold us all things (Mark 13:23).
#6429 Chapter 29
"Will you be one
who waits for the LORD" and thus be one who is "blessed" or will you follow
after the false messiah and the things of this world and wind up spiritually
dead as one who is slain by the spiritual sword of the Assyrian? In fact
you could ask yourself right now, "How are you doing? Are you a lively
tree or a piece of deadwood? Do you produce fruit or are you a spiritual
burden to others?"
#6430 Chapter 30
The subject of
chapter 31 is "apostasy", both individual and national. And though it is
written that the majority of our people are going to revolt (carah,
and therefore stumble and fall before the false messiah, you need not be
among them IF you are willing to "Turn unto Him".
#6431 Chapter 31
reign of the righteous King and His dominion is the subject of this 32nd
chapter in the book of Isaiah. Isaiah
up, ye women that are at ease; hear
my voice, ye careless daughters;
is addressed to the woman, even to the daughters of Jerusalem
(Luke 23:28-31), i.e. to the true House of Israel who has
become as prosperous as a "fat cat" and believes herself to be secure in
her salvation and in need of nothing (spiritually speaking, see
Rev. 3:17)). In other words, this is addressed to America, and to Great
Britain, and to Canada, and to the rest of their sister Christian nations.
These who "wait upon the Lord" and
are found praying this prayer are those wise virgins, even those who are
"left behind" laboring in the field in Matthew 24! They are the ones who
remain spiritual virgins and are not "carried away" with the "other Jesus"
that is taught by the traditions of men.
#6433 Chapter 33
In chapter 34 the judgment of the gentile nations of the
world, at the return of Jesus Christ is addressed.
#6434 Chapter 34
In chapter 35 the kingdom blessings of the gentile nations
of the world are addressed. All of us, Israelite and gentile are now born
back into the spirit.
#6435 Chapter 35
Isaiah 40: to 56:8 looks at Israel
in exile and promises deliverance through Cyrus. Mingled with the promise
of deliverance is constantly increasing recognition of the fact that exile
is only the necessary result of Israel's sin. Therefore, unless this problem
is satisfactorily dealt with, other captivities will inevitably follow.
God promises He will send His Servant to take away sin and to bring light
to all the world. The full view of the redemptive sufferings of Christ
leads to the evangelical strain so prominent in this part of Isaiah. Isaiah
also predicts Israel's return in the end time.
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In chapter 57 false leaders are
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Isaiah 65:17 looks beyond the Kingdom
Age to the new heavens and the new earth, but 18-25 describe the Kingdom
Age itself. Longevity will be restored, but death, the "last enemy" will
not be destroyed until after Satan's death sentence, along with the deaths
of those who still choose to follow him when he is released from the pit
for a short while at the end of the thousand years.
#6465 Chapter 65
I believe in chapter 66 Isaiah is
prophesying a final message for the overcomers; the dead, who have now
been granted eternal life in the "second resurrection", after the "great
white throne of judgment".
#6466 Chapter 66