The Prophets


Isaiah and the Foreign Nations – I

Isaiah 14:24 - 18:7

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson teaches part one of two lessons on Isaiah's prophecy against the wicked nations surrounding Judah.

Isaiah and the Foreign Nations – II

Isaiah 19:1 - 23:18

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his two-part message on the vision given to Isaiah about God's judgment of Israel by foreign nations. The correllation between Isaiah's vision and Daniel's experiences is exposited.

The Little Apocalypse – I: The Moral Universe in Judgment

Isaiah 24:1 - 25:12

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the Apocalypse as it was revealed to Isaiah.

The Little Apocalypse – II: Israel Raised From the Dead and Fruitful In The Earth

Isaiah 26:1 - 27:13

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of Isaiah's prophecy about the end times. Dr. Johnson details the relationship of Israel to the Messiah during the last days.

The Book of Woes – I: The Covenant with Death, or the Sure Foundation

Isaiah 28

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds the passages of Isaiah's prophecy which explicitly judge the deceiving Hebrew priests.

The Book of Woes – II: Formalism, Faithlessness and the Holy One of Israel

Isaiah 29

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Isaiah's explicit judgments against the insincere religiosity of Israel. Parallels are drawn to the modern church in American society.

Politics and Faith, or the Folly of Trusting Horses and Chariots

Isaiah 30 - 31

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses the idolatry that comes when believers fail to trust in the security of God.

The Ideal Man and What’s Wrong With Women

Isaiah 32

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson derives insight into Christian living from Isaiah's description of the disobedient Israelites.

The Treacherous Assyrian and the Glorious Lord

Isaiah 33

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson completes his exposition of Isaiah's "Book of Woes."

The Battle of Armageddon, the Coming of the Lord and the Kingdom of God

Isaiah 34 - 35

Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds Isaiah's revelation of the Second Advent of Jesus and the defeat of the antichrist.

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