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You may have recently received a free New Testament from us (if not, order your copy here). To help you as you begin to read it, we have put together the short series of videos below.

For Kids

Watch the latest episode of Forward in Hope for Kids – Exploring the Book of Signs Season 3 – Episode 2 The Second Sign – The Nobleman’s Son To catch up on the series so far, or to see the full archive of videos, click here.

Isaiah 9

Section 2c: After the darkness there is light and the promise of a ‘child born’ and ‘son given’ who shall victoriously establish His kingdom. Then contrasted with the glorious person of the Messiah is a fourfold judgement upon Israel and their leaders.

Isaiah 8

Section 2b: Another few years have passed from chapter 7, and the LORD speaks to Isaiah on three more occasions. It’s sad to see the hardness and rebellion of the people despite the goodness and grace of the LORD.

Isaiah 7

Immanuel – God With Us Section 2a: We move from the year that king Uzziah died in 740BC to the beginning of the reign of Ahaz 736BC. Jerusalem is being threatened by a coalition from both Syria and Israel, but Isaiah is able to give Ahaz a message of hope and encouragement. Would Ahaz trust…

Isaiah 6

The Lord is still on the throne Section 1f: The introductory section of Isaiah’s prophecy concludes with this awesome vision of the holy presence of the triune God, who is revealed to Isaiah in the Son (John 12:37-41), who as King and Lord of hosts rightfully sits upon the sovereign throne of God. This was…

Isaiah 5

Section 1e: This chapter begins with a love song, out of which come six stark warnings, descriptive of our own day just as much as they are of the early 740’s BC. The chapter then concludes dramatically in darkness and shadow as Isaiah predicts Assyrian invasion.

Isaiah 4 on Open Bible Podcast

Section 1d: Isaiah introduces the Messiah as ‘the branch of the LORD’ showing Jesus to be the ‘Son of God’. Explore this title of Messiah with us in the following episode of Open Bible Podcast.

Isaiah 3

Section 1c: Isaiah continues with a description of society in his day and the destructive end to which they are heading. At the heart of it the selfishness of men and the pride of women, both setting themselves “against the LORD”.

Comfort

“Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort;” 2 Cor 1:3 This is our God, “the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort” How amazing He is.  As He is Creator all these virtues come from Him.   But what does it mean? …

Isaiah 2

Section 1b: Isaiah takes us to the last days, and shows us a time of peace when the LORD Jesus will reign and will alone be exalted above all. In that day all will desire to come to Zion, to know his ways and walk in his paths, but we do not have to wait…

Isaiah 1

Section 1a: The Prophet Isaiah prophesied in Jerusalem (740s BC – 690s BC) to the southern nation of Judah concurrently to Hosea (who was in Samaria prophesying to the northern nation of Israel). A major focus of his message is the holiness of the LORD. Note: The picture shows an Aramaic epitaph from the first…

722BC and beyond

We conclude a look at the historical setting of Hosea’ day with a reading from 2 Kings 17.

Historical Clarification

2 Kings 15 We consider the reigns of Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekahiah and Pekah son of Remaliah.