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Isaiah begins his book by presenting a very strong rebuke of Israel in the form of:
Isaiah used a common legal form from his day called the covenant lawsuit. God had made a covenant with His people and they had broken it by disobeying His law so He was symbolically taking them to court.
Isaiah likes to collect statements or images into groups termed:
A favorite way for Isaiah to emphasize a point is to list three items, which is called a Triad.
At his initial call, Isaiah saw the Lord:
Isaiah vision of the Lord revealed Him as seated on a throne high above the earth.
Isaiah’s reaction to his initial vision or encounter of the Lord was:
Isaiah was overwhelmed by God’s presence and call and felt his sinfulness as well as the sinfulness of his people.
According to the opening chapter, Isaiah prophesied during what time period?
Isaiah was a prophet of the 8th century as shown by the kings that he lists.
One figure or concept used by Isaiah in the opening chapters for the Messiah is:
Isaiah (as well as Jeremiah) used the figure of a branch to symbolize the coming Messiah since the Messiah would branch off of the line of David.
As part of his call to be a prophet the Lord cleansed Isaiah’s:
As a prophet who spoke the God’s word the Lord cleansed his mouth.
The first six chapters of Isaiah focus on the land of:
Israel’s greatest enemy during the eighth century was Assyria.
In our English Bibles the prophet Isaiah would best be classified as:
The prophets are grouped in English Bibles as Major and Minor Prophets more due to the size of the books than any other reason and Isaiah, being 66 chapters, is one of the Major Prophets.
The Lord revealed Himself to Isaiah most frequently by:
The Lord seems to use visions more than any other type of revelation when speaking to His prophets.