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    ISAIAH 66

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    1 The glorious God will be served in humble sincerity. 5 He comforts the humble by shewing the confusion of their enemies; 7 with the marvellous growth, 10 and the gracious benefits of the church. 15 God's severe judgments against the wicked. 18 The Gentiles shall have an holy church; 24 and see the damnation of the wicked. VERSE 1 - The heaven. * 1Ki 8:27 1Ch 28:2 2Ch 6:18 Ps 11:4; 99:9; 132:7 Mt 5:34,35 * Mt 23:21,22 Ac 17:24 - where is the house. * 2Sa 7:5-7 Jer 7:4-11 Mal 1:11 Mt 24:2 Joh 4:20,21 Ac 7:48-50 VERSE 2 - For all those. * Isa 40:26 Ge 1:1-31 Col 1:17 Heb 1:2,3 - to this. * Isa 57:15; 61:1 2Ki 22:19,20 2Ch 34:27,28 Ps 34:18; 51:17; 138:6 * Jer 31:19,20 Eze 9:4-6 Mt 5:3,4 Lu 18:13,14 - trembleth. * :5 Ezr 9:4; 10:3 Ps 120 119:120,161 Pr 28:14 Hab 3:16 Ac 9:6 * Ac 16:29,30 Php 2:12 VERSE 3 - killeth. * Isa 1:11-15 Pr 15:8; 21:27 Am 5:21,22 - lamb. or, kid. cut. * De 23:18 - as if he offered. * :17; 65:3,4 De 14:8 - burneth. Heb maketh a memorial of. * Le 2:2 - they have. * Isa 65:12 Jud 5:8; 10:14 VERSE 4 - will choose. * 1Ki 22:19-23 Ps 81:12 Pr 1:31,32 Mt 24:24 2Th 2:10-12 - delusions. or, devices. will bring. * Pr 10:24 - when I called. * Isa 50:2; 65:12 Pr 1:24 Jer 7:13 Mt 22:2-7 - they did. * Isa 65:3 2Ki 21:2,6 VERSE 5 - ye that. * :2 Pr 13:13 Jer 36:16,23-25 - Your. * Ps 38:20 So 1:6 Mt 5:10-12; 10:22 Lu 6:22,23 Joh 9:34 * Joh 15:18-20; 16:2 Ac 26:9,10 1Th 2:15,16 1Jo 3:13 - Let. * Isa 5:19 - but. * Ac 2:33-47 2Th 1:6-10 Tit 2:13 Heb 9:28 1Pe 4:12-14 VERSE 6 - a voice of the Lord. * Isa 34:8; 59:18; 65:5-7 Joe 3:7-16 Am 1:2-2:16 VERSE 7 * Isa 54:1 Ga 4:26 Re 12:1-5 VERSE 8 - hath heard. * Isa 64:4 1Co 2:9 - shall a nation. * Isa 49:20-22 Ac 2:41; 4:4; 21:20 Ro 15:18-21 VERSE 9 - bring to. * Isa 37:3 Ge 18:14 - cause to bring forth. or, beget. VERSE 10 - Rejoice ye. * Isa 44:23; 65:18 De 32:43 Ro 15:9-12 - all ye that love. * Ps 26:8; 84:1-4; 122:6; 137:6 - that mourn. * Isa 61:2,3 Eze 9:4 Joh 16:20-22 Re 11:3-15 VERSE 11 - ye may suck. * Isa 60:5,16 Ps 36:8 Joe 3:18 1Pe 2:2 - abundance. or, brightness. VERSE 12 - I will. * Isa 9:7; 48:18; 60:5 Ps 72:3-7 - the glory. * :19,20; 45:14; 49:19-23; 54:3; 60:4-14 - then. * :11; 60:16 - ye shall. * Isa 60:4 VERSE 13 - one. * Isa 51:3 1Th 2:7 - ye shall. * :10; 65:18,19 Ps 137:6 VERSE 14 - your heart. * Zec 10:7 Joh 16:22 - your bones. * Isa 26:19 Pr 3:8; 17:22 Eze 37:1-14 Ho 14:4-8 - the hand. * :5; 65:12-16 Ezr 7:9; 8:18,22,31 Mal 3:18 Heb 10:27 VERSE 15 - the Lord. * Isa 30:27,28,33 Ps 11:6; 21:9; 50:3; 97:3 Am 7:4 Mt 22:7 2Th 1:6-9 * 2Pe 3:10-12 - with his. * Jer 4:3 Da 11:40 VERSE 16 * Isa 27:1; 34:5-10 Eze 38:21,22; 39:2-10 Re 19:11-21 VERSE 17 - sanctify. * Isa 1:29; 65:3,4 - behind one tree in the midst. or, one after another. eating. * Le 11:2-8 De 14:3-8 VERSE 18 - I know. * Isa 37:28 De 31:21 Am 5:12 Joh 5:42 Re 2:2,9,13 - their thoughts. * Job 42:2 Eze 38:10 Mt 9:4; 12:25 Lu 5:22 1Co 3:20 Heb 4:12 - that I. * Isa 2:2 Ps 67:2; 72:11,17; 82:8; 86:9 Joe 3:2 Ro 15:8-12; 16:26 * Re 11:15 - and see. * :10 Eze 39:21 Joh 17:24 2Co 4:4-6 VERSE 19 - I will set. * Isa 11:10; 18:3,7; 62:10 Lu 2:34 - I will send. * Mr 16:15 Ro 11:1-6 Eph 3:8 - Tarshish. * Ge 10:4,13 1Ch 1:7,11 Eze 27:10; 30:5 - Tubal. * Eze 27:13; 38:2,3; 39:1 - the isles. * Isa 24:15,16; 42:4; 43:6; 49:1,12; 51:5 Ps 72:10 Zep 2:11 - that have. * Isa 29:24; 52:15; 55:5; 65:1 Mal 1:11 Mt 7:11,12; 28:19 Ro 15:21 VERSE 20 - bring all. * Isa 43:6; 49:12-26; 54:3; 60:3-14 - an offering. * Ro 12:1,2; 15:16 Php 2:17 1Pe 2:5 - upon horses. * Isa 60:9 - litters. or, coaches. my holy. * Isa 11:9; 56:7; 65:11,25 VERSE 21 * Isa 61:6 Ex 19:6 Jer 13:18-22 1Pe 2:5,9 Re 1:6; 5:10; 20:6 VERSE 22 - the new. * Isa 65:17 Heb 12:27,28 2Pe 3:13 Re 21:1 - so shall. * Mt 28:20 Joh 10:27-29 1Pe 1:4,5 VERSE 23 - that from. * Isa 1:13,14 2Ki 4:23 Ps 81:3,4 Eze 46:1,6 Col 2:16,17 - one new, etc. Heb. new moon to his new moon, and from sabbath to his sabbath. shall all. * Ps 65:2; 86:9 Zec 8:20-23; 14:14,16 Mal 1:11 Joh 4:23 Re 15:4 VERSE 24 - and look. * :16 Ps 58:10,11 Eze 39:9-16 Zec 14:12,18,19 Re 19:17-21 - their worm. * Isa 14:11 Mr 9:44-49 Re 14:10,11 - their fire. * Isa 34:10 Mt 3:12 - and they. * Isa 65:15 Da 12:2 1Th 2:15,16 CONCLUDING REMARKS ON THE BOOK OF ISAIAH. Isaiah has, with singular propriety, been denominated the Evangelical Prophet, on account of the number and variety of his prophecies concerning the advent and character, the ministry and preaching, the sufferings and death, and the extensive and permanent kingdom of the Messiah. So explicit and determinate are his predictions, as well as so numerous, that he seems to speak rather of things past than of events yet future; and he may be rather called an evangelist than a prophet. Though later critics, especially those on the continent, have expended much labor and learning in order to rob the prophet of his title; yet no one, whose mind is unprejudiced, can be at a loss in applying select portions of these prophecies to the mission and character of Jesus Christ, and to the events in his history which they are cited to illustrate by the sacred writers of the New Testament. In fact, his prophecies concerning the Messiah seem almost to anticipate the Gospel history; so clearly do they predict his Divine character. (Compare ch. vii. 14 with Mat. i. 18-23, and Luke i. 27-35; ch. vi.; ix. 6; xxxv. 4; xl. 5, 9, 19; xlii. 6-8; lxi. 1, with Lu. iv. 18; ch. lxii. 11; lxiii. 1-4;) his miracles, (ch. xxxv. 5, 6;) his peculiar character and virtues, (ch. xi. 2, 3; xl. 11; xliii. 1-3;) his rejection, (Compare ch. vi. 9-12 with Mar. xiii. 14; ch. vii. 14, 15; liii. 3;) his sufferings for our sins, (ch. l. 6; liii. 4-11;) his death and burial, (ch. liii. 8, 9;) his victory over death, (ch. xxv. 8; liii. 10, 12;) his final glory, (ch. xlix. 7, 22, 33; lii. 13-15; liii. 4, 5;) and the establishment, increase, and perfection of his kingdom, (ch. ii. 2-4; ix. 2, 7; xi. 4-10; xvi. 5; xxix. 18-24; xxxii. 1; xl. 4, 5; xlii. 4; xlvi. 13; xlix. 9-13; li. 3-6; liii. 6-10; lv. 1-3; lix. 16-21; lx.; lxi. 1-5; lxv. 25;) each specifically pointed out, and pourtrayed with the most striking and discriminating characters. It is impossible, indeed, to reflect on these, and on the whole chain of his illustrious prophecies, and not be sensible that they furnish the most incontestable evidence in support of Christianity. The style of Isaiah has been universally admired as the most perfect model of elegance and sublimity; and as distinguished for all the magnificence, and for all the sweetness of the Hebrew language. GOTO NEXT BOOK - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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