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History of the Book of Isaiah

The Book of Isaiah is the twenty-third book of the Bible. It has 66 chapters and is authored by the prophet Isaiah. It is considered to be a mini-Bible because of it's many similarities to the whole Bible. Contrast the fact that the whole Bible has 66 Books with the fact that Isaiah has 66 chapters. Also, the whole Bible is separated into 2 parts (the old testament books 1-39 and the new testament books 40-66) while the Book of Isaiah has two sections (chapters 1-39 and chapters 40-66). Look for the similarities between the themes of the whole Bible and the book of Isaiah as you read this book.
  The first verse of Isaiah says, "The vision of Isaiah the son of Amoz, which he saw concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah." Isaiah's name means "the Lord saves" and throughout this prophetic book, you will find many times the Lord saving His people after His people turned their backs on Him or after with rebellious hearts they broke the Lord's covenant. Isaiah spoke messages of gloom with much feelings towards the Israelites. He cried out to God wondering about why they would not obey Him and turn from their wicked ways. He still loved them though, and encouraged them that God was where they should place their hope.

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