Isaiah Introduction

For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning,
that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope.
Romans 15:4
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ISAIAH - INTRODUCTION

 A Bible Study - Commentary by Jim Melough

Copyright 2005 James Melough

Isaiah Introduction

 

Isaiah, meaning save thou Jehovah or salvation of the Lord, is believed to have lived c. 740-680 BC, the scope of his writing embracing the vast epoch from the creation of the heavens and earth to their replacement by the new heavens and earth foretold in 65:17 ď... behold, I create new heavens and a new earth ....Ē

 

The purview includes the Lordís birth, ministry, death, resurrection, and coming glorious reign, the miracle and magnitude of Divine grace running like a scarlet thread through the fabric of the book.

 

Relative to the legitimacy of the book and itís human author who wrote as Godís amanuensis, others more capable than I have effectively dealt with such matters, so they are not discussed in this commentary, it being assumed that the average reader doesnít question them.

 

The study is presented with the prayer that God will use it for His own glory, and the blessing of its readers.

[Isaiah 1]
 

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