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After Israel had been divided between northern and southern kingdoms, many of the people turned away from God. God sent the prophet Isaiah to warn them that Israel would be conquered and the southern Kingdom of Judah would be overtaken soon after. Yet the broader theme of Isaiah is not Israel's earthly judgment, but the coming Messiah and God's great plan to save His people along with the Gentiles. The Messiah was first to come as a suffering servant who would die a substitutionary death for the sins of the people and then rise again. At His second coming the Messiah's earthly kingdom will be established and eventually God will create a new heaven and a new earth where justice and peace reign.

CHAPTER 6 (Verses 13)

CHAPTER 7 (Verse 14)

CHAPTER 9 (Verses 67)


CHAPTER 40 (Verses 2831)