Commentary > Isaiah
Isaiah 1 Sins of Israel and Judah like scarlet
Isaiah 2 Coming peace on earth; Day of the Lord to precede it
Isaiah 3-4 God will punish His people; Zion to be restored
Isaiah 5 Song of God's vineyard; Will destroy it
Isaiah 6 Isaiah's vision and calling; Pekah kills Pekahiah of Israel and usurps throne; Death of Uzziah; Jotham king of Judah
Isaiah 8 Prophecy of Israel's fall to Assyria; Fear God and His Word
Isaiah 9:1-10:4 The coming Messiah and His rule; Israel to be punished
Isaiah 10:5-34 Judgment on Assyria; The remnant of Israel will return
Isaiah 11-12 The Messiah, His message and the world under His reign
Isaiah 13:1-14:2 Oracle against Babylon; God still chooses Israel
Isaiah 14:3-27 Proverb against the king of Babylon; Fall of Lucifer; Babylon and Assyria to be destroyed
Isaiah 17-18 Oracle against Damascus; Glory of Jacob will wane; Invading multitude; Message to Ethiopia
Isaiah 19:1-20:6 Oracle against Egypt; Egypt, Assyria and Israel at peace; Sign against Egypt and Ethiopia
Isaiah 21 Oracles against Babylon, Edom and Arabia
Isaiah 22 Oracle against Jerusalem; Shebna to be demoted and Eliakim promoted, given the key of David
Isaiah 23 Oracle against Tyre
Isaiah 24 Coming curse upon the earth; Rejoicing in God's victory
Isaiah 25 Rejoicing in God's victory
Isaiah 26-27 Song of trust in God's salvation, righteousness and justice; Place of refuge; Israel gathered and restored
Isaiah 28 Woe to Ephraim; Truth in God's Word is here a little and there a little; Jerusalem's covenant with death; Messiah as a Cornerstone laid in Zion for a sure foundation
Isaiah 29 Woe to Ariel (Zion); Blind and hypocrites; Future healing and restoration of understanding
Isaiah 30 Shame in trusting in Egypt; Punishment for despising God; God's grace and teaching in His Kingdom; Assyria judged
Isaiah 31-32 Woe to those trusting in Egypt; God will save Jerusalem; The future reign of the Messiah
Isaiah 33 Ambassadors of peace shall weep; Judgment on Zion; Jerusalem in the messianic reign
Isaiah 34-35 Coming Day of the Lord; Future paradise on earth
Isaiah 40 Comfort to God's people
Isaiah 41 God will help Israel; Challenge to idol worshipers
Isaiah 42 God's Servant; To magnify the law; Israel's disobedience
Isaiah 43:1-44:5 God will restore Israel; Because of sin, Israel is first given to curse and reproach; God will pour out His Spirit on Israel
Isaiah 44:24-45:13 Coming restoration of Judah; Cyrus foretold; No other God but the Almighty Creator
Isaiah 44:6-23 Idolatry ridiculous; Redemption of Israel
Isaiah 45:13-46:13 The true God and Savior vs. the worthlessness of idols; God proclaims the future and brings it to pass
Isaiah 47 Fall of the daughter of Babylon
Isaiah 48 Israel to be refined and then brought out of Babylon
Isaiah 49 Light to the nations; God will not forget Zion
Isaiah 50-51 God will redeem and comfort His people
Isaiah 52-53 Redemption of Jerusalem; The suffering Servant
Isaiah 54-55 The heritage of God's servants; Invitation to salvation
Isaiah 56-57 The Sabbath and true worship for all peoples; God rebukes the wicked and revives the repentant
Isaiah 58-59 Proper fasting; Sin separates from God; Repentance and salvation
Isaiah 60 Coming of the light of Zion
Isaiah 61-62 Anointed preacher of good news; Zion's future glory
Isaiah 63-64 Winepress of judgment; God's mercy; Prayer for deliverance
Isaiah 65 God's justice; A new creation coming
Isaiah 66 Acceptable and unacceptable worship; Zion gives birth; The coming of God in judgment and millennial worship