Amos by yurtgc548



The Fifth Gospel
          The Bible                     Isaiah

Old Testament:   39 books   Judgment:         39 chapters
New Testament:   27 books   Comfort:          27 chapters

Total books      66 books   Total chapters:   66 chapters
       Isaiah 1:1
The vision of Isaiah the son of
Amoz, concerning Judah and
Jerusalem which he saw during
the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham,
Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of
  Northern Kingdom Ends 

          740      735           716                 697   687

Uzziah                   Ahaz          Hezekiah                  Manassah

                                Ministry of Isaiah

Amos                 Ministry of Micah                            Nahum

         Ministry of Hosea
       Chapters 1-35                Chapters 36-39        Chapters 40-66
      Judgments in the
                                  Historical Interlude   Glory in the Future
                                                          The Comfort of
                   The Judgment of God
                                                            Messiah the
                     Messiah the Judge
                          Groan                                Glory
                     God’s Government                       God’s Grace
“A throne” (6:6)                                                 “A Lamb” (53:7)
                         Isaiah 1
          A Microcosm of the Entire Book of
    Isaiah 1:1        Genesis 1:1            Deuteronomy 32:1
Listen, O        In the beginning God   Give ear, O heavens, and let
heavens, and     created the heavens    me speak; and let the earth
hear, O earth    and the earth          hear the words of my mouth
       Isaiah 1:2-3
2 Listen, O heavens, and hear, O earth;
For the LORD speaks,
“Sons I have reared and brought up,
But they have revolted against Me.
3 An ox knows its owner,

And a donkey its master's manger,
But Israel does not know,
My people do not understand.”
         Isaiah 1:4
Alas, sinful nation,
People weighed down with iniquity,
Offspring of evildoers,        Literally “Seed
                               of Evil Ones.”
Sons who act corruptly!
They have abandoned the Lord,
They have despised the Holy One of Israel,
They have turned away from Him.
          Isaiah 1:10-11
10 Hear the word of the LORD,
You rulers of Sodom;
Give ear to the instruction of our God,
You people of Gomorrah.
11 "What are your multiplied sacrifices to Me?"

Says the LORD.
"I have had enough of burnt offerings of rams,
And the fat of fed cattle.
And I take no pleasure in the blood of bulls,
lambs, or goats.
       Isaiah 1:21
How the faithful city has become a harlot,
She who was full of justice!
Righteousness once lodged in her,
But now murderers.

  The Faithful City      A Harlot
 Was once a           Is now a
 lodging place for    lodging place
 righteousness.       for murderers.
       Isaiah 1:26-27
26 Then I will restore your judges as at the first,
And your counselors as at the beginning;
After that you will be called the city of
A faithful city."
27 Zion will be redeemed with justice

And her repentant ones with righteousness.
           Isaiah 6:1
     In the year of King Uzziah's
death, I saw the Lord sitting on a
throne, lofty and exalted, with the
train of His robe filling the temple.
And King Uzziah was a leper to the day of his
death; and he lived in a separate house, being a
leper, for he was cut off from the house of the
LORD. And Jotham his son was over the king's
house judging the people of the land. 22 Now the
rest of the acts of Uzziah, first to last, the
prophet Isaiah, the son of Amoz, has written. (2
Chronicles 26:21-22).
         Isaiah 6:2-4
      Seraphim stood above Him, each
having six wings; with two he covered
his face, and with two he covered his
feet, and with two he flew. 3 And one
called out to another and said, “Holy,
Holy, Holy, is the LORD of hosts, The
whole earth is full of His glory.” 4 And
the foundations of the thresholds
trembled at the voice of him who called
out, while the temple was filling with
         Isaiah 6:5
    Then I said, “Woe is me, for I
am ruined! Because I am a man of
unclean lips, And I live among a
people of unclean lips; For my eyes
have seen the King, the LORD of
        Isaiah 6:6-7
      Then one of the seraphim flew
to me, with a burning coal in his
hand which he had taken from the
altar with tongs. 7 And he touched
my mouth with it and said, “Behold,
this has touched your lips; and
your iniquity is taken away, and
your sin is forgiven.”
          Child Motif
 Shear-jashub (Isaiah 7:3)
 Immanu-el (Isaiah 7:14; 8:8)
 Maher-shalal-hash-baz (Isaiah 8:3)
 Isaiah’s children (Isaiah 8:18)
 The Royal Child (Isaiah 9:6-7).
         Woes of Judgment against Judah (1-5)

              A Son and A Song of Salvation (6-12)
                    Woes to the Nations.
                     Babylon (13:1 - 14:23).
                     Assyria (14:24-27).
                     Philistia (14:28-32).
Isaiah 1-35          Moab (15-16).
                     Damascus (17).
                     Cush (18).
                     Egypt and Cush (19-20).
                     Babylon (21:1-10).
                     Edom (21:11-12).
                     Arabia (21:13-17)
                     Jerusalem (22).
                     Tyre (23).
                     A warning (24).
              A Song of Salvation (25-27)

         Woes of Judgment (28-35)
Historical Interlude

     Isaiah 36-39
   Isaiah 1 - 35     Isaiah 36 - 37     Isaiah 38 - 39        Isaiah 40 - 66
Series of messages Invasion of        Hezekiah without    Series of messages
under the Assyrian Sennacherib of     an heir interacts   looking ahead to the
struggle           Assyria            with Babylon        Babylon & Persia

Prophetic Messages           Historical Section           Prophetic Visions

      Messages of Judgment                        Messages of Comfort
       Isaiah 36:1
     Now it came about in the
fourteenth year of King Hezekiah,
Sennacherib king of Assyria came
up against all the fortified cities of
Judah and seized them.
     Isaiah 37:36-37
36   Then the angel of the LORD
went out, and struck 185,000 in the
camp of the Assyrians; and when
men arose early in the morning,
behold, all of these were dead.
37   So Sennacherib, king of
Assyria, departed and returned
home, and lived at Nineveh.
        Taylor Prism
   Discovered by Austen
    Henry Layard in 1847
   Sennacherib’s account of
    the campaign
   “As for Hezekiah the Jew…
    Himself, like a caged bird, I
    shut up in Jerusalem, his
    royal city”
                        Isaiah 40-66

     Isaiah 40 - 48              Isaiah 49 - 59           Isaiah 60 - 66
Under the Shadow of
                            The Servant of the Lord   Future Glory
Focus on Israel returning   Focus on Messiah as       Focus on new Heaven
to the Land                 Suffering Servant         and Earth

Redemption Promised         Redemption Provided       Redemption Realized
          Isaiah 40:1-2
     "Comfort, O comfort My people,"
says your God.

"Speak kindly to Jerusalem;
And call out to her, that her warfare
has ended,
That her iniquity has been removed,
That she has received of the LORD's
Double for all her sins."
         Isaiah 42:1-2
1 Behold, My Servant, whom I uphold;
My chosen one in whom My soul delights.
I have put My Spirit upon Him;
He will bring forth justice to the nations.
2 He will not cry out or raise His voice,

Nor make His voice heard in the street.
         Isaiah 42:3-4
3 A bruised reed He will not break,
And a dimly burning wick He will not
He will faithfully bring forth justice.
4 He will not be disheartened or crushed,

Until He has established justice in the
And the coastlands will wait expectantly
for His law.
Exaltation                 Exaltation
 52:13-15                   53:10-12

   Rejection               Rejection
    53:1-3                  53:7-9

                             The Servant’s
    Israel’s Need
   Our griefs (53:4)       He Himself bore
   Our sorrows (53:4)      He carried (53:4)
   For our                 He was pierced
    transgressions           (53:5)
   For our iniquities      He was crushed
    (53:5)                   (53:4)
   For our well-being      The chastening… fell
    (53:5)                   upon Him (53:5)
                              The Servant’s
    Israel’s Need
   In need of healing       By His scourging
    (53:5)                    (53:5)

   All we like sheep        The Lord has caused
    have gone astray          the iniquity of us all to
    (53:6)                    fall on Him (53:6)

   For the                  He was cut off out of
    transgression of my       the land of the living
    people to whom the        (53:8)
    stroke was due

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