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  1. Dec 17,  · Isaiah the Prophet was one of Jesus’ favorite authors to quote from the Old Testament. This book shows that He was the fulfillment of the prophesied Messiah. Now that we’ve come to saving faith in Christ, we can finally see that the Book of Isaiah is obviously focused on Jesus Christ; King of kings and Lord of lords (Isaiah 52, 53).
  2. A bath was a liquid measure equivalent to an ephah of dry measure (about 8 gallons). A homer was about 83 gallons. Strong drink (shekar), refers to fermented drink. Draw iniquity with cords refers to pulling a load of sin with a rope on a cart. Thus, the people of .
  3. Isaiah was a prophet for the kingdom of Judah, ca. B.C. Rabbinic tradition has it that Isaiah’s father, Amoz (not the same as Amos the prophet), was a brother of King Amaziah. This would make Isaiah first cousin to King Uzziah and grandson to King Joash. If this is accurate, Isaiah would have been of royal blood, of the aristocratic class and possibly brought up in the palace.
  4. Many people get confused by the difference between soul and spirit. If you assume they are both the same thing then reading the Bible can be a confusing exercise in frustration. But understanding the difference between the two really helps unlock much of the New Testament. Three Part Beings The Bible teaches that each of us has three parts: spirit, soul and body. Paul mentions all three in one.
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  6. Soaking is a gentle word that symbolizes how prayer gradually transforms and heals the sickness and brings us health. It's like relaxing in a pool of warm water. To me, soaking prayer takes away some of the impatient desire to see instant results, and it symbolizes the .
  7. Book of Isaiah: Revelations of a Profit, an album by Iprofit on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. For a time, a righteous remnant of God’s people dwells in the wilderness, surviving on nomads’ food (Isaiah –15, 21–22; ). As the events of the past that Isaiah records function as types or patterns of end-time events, this scenario will repeat itself when God destroys end-time “Babylon” and delivers his people Zion.

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