Messianic Prophecies in Isaiah

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The Servant’s Words to Zion’s Children

Isaiah 50:1-11

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the prophecy of the redeeming purpose of the Messiah. Dr. Johnson also comments on the prophecy concerning Christ's knowledge of himself as Messiah.

Degradation and Exaltation

Isaiah 52:13

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Isaiah passage read by the Ethiopian Eunuch which details the sufferings of the Messiah and their purpose in God's plan of salvation.

The Glory of the Servants of Jehovah

Isaiah 54:1-17

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the fulfillment of God's promise of redemption of Israel as a nation, thus illustrating his lovingkindness.

The Sure Mercies of David

Isaiah 55:1-13

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives exposition on the promises of the Lord as symbolized by David, the forerunner of the Messianic king.

Jehovah’s Coming and Covenant

Isaiah 59:1-21

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives commentary on Isaiah the Prophet's words about the coming restoration of humanity through Christ's redemption.

The City of the Kingdom

Isaiah 60:1-22

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the specific prophecies of Isaiah concerning the restored kingdom of God on earth.

The Glory of the Servant

Isaiah 61:1-3

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives commentary on Christ's claim of the Messiahship during his reading before the Nazareth synagogue.

The Advent in Judgment

Isaiah 63:1

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson gives commentary on the faithfulness of God to the covenants he has made with the Nation Israel at the time of his Second Advent.

Jehovah’s Answer to Israel’s Appeal

Isaiah 65:1-25

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expound Isaiah the Prophet's words concerning the establishment and rewards of God after the reign of Christ upon the earth.

The Seat of the Scornful in the Day of Salvation

Isaiah 66:1-24

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his series on the Messianic prophecies contained in the Book of Isaiah with exposition on the ultimate destiny of those who are disobedient.


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