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2013年10月24日

Thompson's OUTLINES of The Book of ISAIAH

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OUTLINE STUDIES, OR ANALYSES
OF THE
BOOKS OF THE BIBLE



4245 - The Book of Isaiah

THE PROPHET,
The son of Amoz,
   Prophesied during the reign of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah. ch.1:1.
His call and anointing: ch.6:1-8.
His family,  ch.7:3, 8:3,4.

GENERALLY REGARDED AS THE GREATEST of the Old Testament Prophets,
(1)  Because he is preemptively the Prophet of Redemption.
(2)  Many of the passages in his book area among the finest in literature.
  Some modern scholars have studied this poetical prophecy as a botanist studies flowers, dissecting and analysing them.

  By the use of this scientific method the beauty and unity of the book, like that of the rose, is almost forgotten as the different parts are pulled to pieces for examination.

SYNOPSIS.

   SECTION I,  chs.1-39, Refers chiefly to events leading up to the Captivity.
(a)  Exhortations and warnings of Divine Judgments, mingled with predictions of better days and the coming of the Messiah,  chs.1-12.

(b)  Prophecies respecting surrounding nations, - Assyria, Babylonia, Moab, Egypt, Philistia, Syria, Edom, and Tyre, etc. chs.13-23.
(c)  Writings concerning the sins and misery of the people, promises salvation, a song of Confidence in God, and his care over his vineyard, chs. 24-27.
(d)  Chiefly woes pronounced upon Ephraim and Jerusalem, especially for trusting in foreign alliances, chs. 28-31.
(e)  Promises of the Righteous King, and the outpouring of the Spirit, the exaltation of the Righteous, and the turning of the wilderness into a Garden of the Lord, chs. 32-35.
(f)  Hezekiah's deliverance from the Assyrians, and the lengthening of his life, chs. 36-39.


SECTION II.
  The second Part of the book contains Predictions, Warnings, and Promises which refer to events beyond the Captivity, and reach on down the centuries through the Christian dispensation.
  This portion of the prophecy is especially rich in Messianic references.



THE KEY WORD is "Salvation."   Isaiah means, "Salvation of Jehovah."

Salvation.
(a)  Wells of, ch.12:3.
(b)  Joy of, ch.25:9.
(c)  Walls of, ch.26:1.
(d)  Everlasting, ch. 45:17.
(e)  Day of, ch.49:8.
(f)  Feet of the heralds of, ch.52:7.
(g)  Spread of, ch.52:10.
(h)  Arm f, ch.59:16.
(i)  Helmet of,  ch.59:17.
(j)  Garments f, ch.61:10.
(k)  Light of,  ch. 62:1.

SEVEN EVERLASTINGS.
(1)  Strength, ch.26:4.
(2)  Judgments, ch.33:14.
(3)  Joy, ch.35:10.
(4)  Salvation, ch.45:17.
(5)  Kindness,  ch.54:8.
(6)  Covenant, ch.55:3.
(7)Light, ch.60:19.

[Omitted the last line for the time being.-might scan the diagram for uploading on later days....perhaps??? :P]
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