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Study Guide / Outline


  • Scripture Reference: None
  • Description: Introduction to the book of Isaiah and its significance.
  • Main Points:
    • Isaiah is a profound book in the Bible.
    • It contains a message of hope, redemption, and salvation.
    • Isaiah’s prophecies span a wide range of topics and time periods.

Chapters 1 through 6

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 1-6
  • Description: Isaiah’s call to prophethood and early warnings to Israel.
  • Main Points:
    • Isaiah’s divine calling and commission.
    • Israel’s rebellion and God’s call to repentance.
    • The vision of God’s holiness in the temple.
    • The promise of a remnant that will be saved.

Chapters 7 through 12

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 7-12
  • Description: Prophecies related to the Immanuel sign and future hope.
  • Main Points:
    • The prophecy of the virgin birth and the coming Immanuel.
    • Assurance of God’s protection for Judah.
    • Songs of praise for God’s salvation.
    • The promise of a righteous Branch from Jesse.

Chapters 13 through 23

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 13-23
  • Description: Oracles against various nations.
  • Main Points:
    • Pronouncements of judgment against Babylon, Assyria, Tyre, and others.
    • God’s sovereignty over the nations.
    • Future restoration of Israel.

Chapters 24 through 27

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 24-27
  • Description: Apocalyptic visions and eschatological themes.
  • Main Points:
    • A vision of global judgment and restoration.
    • Praise for God’s deliverance and protection.
    • The defeat of the Leviathan and the resurrection of the dead.

Chapters 28 through 35

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 28-35
  • Description: Messages of warning and hope for Judah.
  • Main Points:
    • Warnings against drunkenness and rebellion.
    • The promise of a cornerstone (Messiah) and a highway of holiness.
    • God’s protection for Jerusalem.

Chapters 36 through 39

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 36-39
  • Description: Historical accounts of King Hezekiah and Isaiah’s prophecies.
  • Main Points:
    • The Assyrian invasion and God’s deliverance.
    • King Hezekiah’s illness and recovery.
    • The Babylonian exile prophecy.

Chapters 40 through 48

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 40-48
  • Description: Comfort and salvation for God’s people.
  • Main Points:
    • The promise of comfort and redemption.
    • The uniqueness and power of God.
    • God’s challenge to idols and the prophecy of Cyrus.

Chapters 49 through 53

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 49-53
  • Description: Detailed prophecy of the Servant of Jehovah (Messiah).
  • Main Points:
    • The Servant’s mission to bring salvation to all.
    • The suffering and rejection of the Servant.
    • The substitutionary atonement and justification through the Servant.

Chapters 54 through 56

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 54-56
  • Description: Blessings for the church and invitation to all.
  • Main Points:
    • God’s promise to never forsake His people.
    • An invitation for all, regardless of nationality, to come to God.
    • The unity of believers in the church.

Chapters 57 through 59

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 57-59
  • Description: Confrontation of Israel’s hypocrisy and warnings.
  • Main Points:
    • Israel’s hypocrisy and sinful practices.
    • God’s warning of impending judgment.
    • The call to repentance and righteousness.

Chapters 60 through 66

  • Scripture Reference: Isaiah 60-66
  • Description: Portrayal of the Messianic age and the future of God’s kingdom.
  • Main Points:
    • The blessings and glory of the Messianic age.
    • The gathering of nations to God’s people.
    • The assurance that God always has a faithful remnant.