Week Forty-Two


  • God sent His prophets to Israel and Judah to try to turn them from idolatry and false religion. But 'they mocked God's messengers ….and there was no remedy" (2 Chronicles 36:16).
  • Isaiah spoke during the reigns of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, when Judah was surrounded by the Assyrians (see map). He made known many wonderful promises concerning Jesus and the Kingdom on earth.

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Day1: Isaiah 1 Sin is like leprosy (verses 5-6)  and uncleanness (verse 16) but God is willing to cleanse the repentant (verse 16-18).
Day 2: Isaiah 2 A glorious picture of the Kingdom (verses 2-4) precedes a warning of God's wrath against sin and pride (verses 10-22).
Day 3: Isaiah 9 Jesus will sit on David's throne fro ever (verses 6-7). The guarantor is God Himself (verse 7).
Day 4: Isaiah 11 The child promised is Jesus of the lineage of Jesse and David (verse 1).
Day 5: Isaiah 25 Those who trust God will inherit joy and life everlasting (verses 8-9). See 1 Corinthians 15:54 and Revelation 21:4).
Day 6: Isaiah 26 There is hope and peace for those who trust God (verses1-3). Some men will never rise from the dead (verse 14) but others will (verse 19).
Day 7: Isaiah 32 When Jesus and his followers rule on earth (verse 10) there will be peace based on righteousness (verse 17).