Biblical commentary on the prophecies of Isaiah (Biblical commentary on the Old Testament by C.F. Keil and F. Delitzsch)
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Biblical commentary on the prophecies of Isaiah (Biblical commentary on the Old Testament by C.F. Keil and F. Delitzsch) by Franz Julius Delitzsch

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Published by Eerdmans .
Written in English


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  • Isaiah

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ISBN 100802823076
ISBN 109780802823076

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With extensive experience in parish ministry, he was principal of Trinity College in Bristol, England, and was well known as a Bible expositor. His books include The Prophecy of Isaiah, and he was the Old Testament editor of The Bible Speaks Today commentary by:   Isaiah, called the prince of the prophets, wrote with exceptional beauty and imagery. He creates moods, evocative scenes, and atmospheres, as poetry does. God used him to uncover spiritual realities of his own time but also of the near and far future. This Bible commentary on Isaiah is from "College Press" and it is only for your personal use. Bible Commentary on the book of Isaiah part 1 Bible commentary on the book of Isaiah part 2 Bible commentary on the book of Isaiah part 3. Download this Isaiah Bible Commentary by chapter: Introduction to Isaiah Introductory section. Isaiah is the first of all prophetic books in the modern editions as well as in the Hebrew Bible where he is the first of the "later prophets". Although Isaiah was not the first prophet his prophecies form the longest and most extensive prophetic book of Holy Scripture.

OF THE BOOK OF THE PROPHET I S A I A H. PROPHET is a title that sounds very great to those that understand it, though, in the eye of the world, many of those that were dignified with it appeared very mean. A prophet is one that has a great intimacy with Heaven and a great interest there, and consequently a commanding authority upon earth. THE PROPHECY: THE FULFILLMENT: The Messiah: Jesus of Nazareth: Will be born of a Davidic virgin Born of a Davidic virgin named Mary Will have a Galilean ministry Ministry began in Galilee of the Gentiles Will be an heir to the throne of David and the Davidic Covenant (Is /7; , 10). Woe to Assyria—but Blessing for God’s People (ch. 33) More Prophecies of Judgment and Promise (chs. 34–35) The Destruction of the Nations and the Avenging of God’s People (ch. 34) The Future Blessings of Restored Zion (ch. 35). May be the best commentary ever written on the book of Isaiah, but he does not include the actual text. Could not keep going back and forth. Had to bite the bullet and get Oswalt's. (The first one anyway) will mortgage the house to get the second/5(96).

of which Isaiah testifies. Anyone who approaches a st udy of this book must do it with fear and trembling. To study The Book of Isaiah is like tackling the Bible as a whole. J. Sidlow Baxter, in Exploring the Book, introduces his analysis of Isaiah with the observation: “What Beethoven is in the realm of music, what Shakespeare is in the. Prophecies by Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Amos, and others about a messianic figure who assists in restoring the house of Israel in preparation for Jehovah’s coming to reign on the earth agree with Jewish expectations of a “Messiah” or “anointed one” (masiah). A biblical precedent or type of this figure is King David: “Then Samuel. Introduction Beginning with Isaiah and continuing through the Old Testament, there is a section of Scripture which is called the prophetic portion of the Bible. That does not mean that prophecy begins with Isaiah, because there are prophecies as far back as the Pentateuch, which was written by Moses. Presenting a wealth of comment and perspective on the book of Isaiah, J. Alec Motyer pays particular attention to three recurring themes: the messianic hope, the motif of the city, and the theology of the Holy One of Israel. This rich, accessible commentary is a wise, winsome and welcome guide to Isaiah for Christians today.