“Isaiah’s message began with a condemnation of Judah’s many sins.  He insisted that Judah’s sins will ring severe punishment, from which neither Judah’s idols nor its leaders can save the people.  he challenges the people to come to their senses before it is too late, and to look forward to the last days, when there will be a spiritual renewal and everlasting peace.”

Read:  Isaiah 5:26-30, 1:27-31, 2:19-22, 3:1-7, 1:18-20, 4:2-6 & 2:1-5

“The focus turns back temporarily to Israel and to the political upheaval there at this time.”

Read: 2 Kings 15:19-28, 15:6-7 & 15:32-35, 2 Chronicles 26:22-23, 2 Chronicles 27:1-2 & 27:8

Isaiah’s Mission Told in Vision

“Isaiah receives a vision in which he sees himself in the heavenly presence of God.  Isaiah is told to go to the people of Judah with a message which God knows the people will not accept.  Nevertheless Isaiah is told to keep on preaching even until their rejection has brought them utter ruin.”

Read:  Isaiah 6:1-13

“A brief record of Jotham’s administration follows.”

Read:  2 Kings 15:35, 2 Chronicles 27:3-6

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.
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