The booklet of Isaiah can be split into 2 areas; the common sense and the comfort. The first thirty nine chapters are about judgment and the others is comfort. The publication of Isaiah is approximately the prophet Isaiah and the visions he noticed regarding Judah and Jerusalem. Isaiah was mainly called upon by God to prophesy to the folks of the kingdom of Judah. Judah was experiencing some difficult times and was on the verge to be destroyed by Egypt and Assyria, but God showed them mercy and spared their life. The publication of Isaiah paints a picture of God's forthcoming view. "The mighty man will become tinder and his work a spark; both will change together, with nobody to quench the fireplace" (Isaiah 1:31), this shows how powerful God's wisdom is; it will come blazing down just like a forest flame. The publication of Isaiah also mentions that Isaiah also identifies our God is merciful, compassionate and gracious. According to the booklet of Isaiah, the fantastic country of Israel (Judah and Israel) was deaf as a beetle and blind as a bat when it emerged to God's commands. The e book of Isaiah, more so than other, stresses on Messiah and the salvation that follows him. 1 day, the Messiah will rule in righteousness and justice, "a ruler will reign in righteousness and rulers will rule with justice" (Isaiah 32:1). Peace and safety will be brought by the Messiah; through Him, Israel will be the light house and everything the nations can look up to Israel. The publication of Isaiah mainly targets the kingdom of Messiah on the planet; it also says that God's righteousness is totally unveiled during Messiah's reign.
As an ambiguity, the booklet signifies Messiah to be the one to suffer from. "Christ suffered in his body; arm yourselves also with the same frame of mind, because whoever suffers in the torso is performed with sin" (1 Peter 4:1), the book of Isaiah also mentions that you can only be healed through his wound. Although God punishes sinners he also comforts them at the time of their trouble, for occasion "As being a mom comforts her child, so am i going to comfort you" (Isaiah 66:13)
According to the first verse of the publication of Isaiah, it was about the visions of Isaiah. If that was the circumstance who is the author of the reserve; could it have been, Isaiah? Toward the end of the e book, it describes the arrival of the Messiah and all the suffering he has to tolerate in order to wipe our sins clean. In order to match all the prophecies in this publication, the sovereign Lord arranged every detail down to the crucifixion. All throughout the reserve of Isaiah, the primary designs were the common sense and salvation of the people of Israel. From what I've noticed, the book of Isaiah is mentions a group of angels, called seraphim. It presents the idea of heaven. The reserve also mentions Lucifer, an angel of god, the days before became the devil. Among Isaiah's prophecies was one which was truly extraordinary; it was the prediction of the Persian king Cyrus and his life, were brought up long before his delivery. Isaiah's phoning from god was mainly make the folks of Judah and Jerusalem repent, and return to god as he's the judge, the jury, and the executioner. According to the publication of Isaiah, Isaiah's job as a prophet was to deliver an important concept; repent your sins to the God which Salvation comes not from man but the God almighty. The first chapter in the publication of Isaiah, God offers the people two things; the first for the people who are good, and the next for the sinners. God's promise to the obedient one was "you will eat from the best of the land" (Isaiah 1:19) and the disobedient people, "you'll be devoured by the sword" (Isaiah 1:20). If you go through the Isaiah's prophecies; they were basically depictions of the life span of Jesus Christ and his ministry. Why was the North Kingdom, Israel, being judged upon? What was Israel doing that made God so irritated, that He decided to punish them because of their sins? Why is the verse, "For all this His anger is not turned away, But His hand is extended still. " (Isaiah 9:12, 17, 21; 10:4) repeated several times in the e book of Isaiah? What does it signify? When I first began reading the e book of Isaiah, one thing that I recognized is the actual fact that the book possessed 66 chapters and the first 39 section, the common sense, and the last 27 section, the arriving of messiah and the salvation. Similarly, the Bible has 66 books divided into 39 catalogs, the Old Testament, and 27 literature, the brand new Testament. Are these volumes related to one another, if so does that symbolize anything? A thing that must be further analyzed.