Isaiah 36, historical passage, Sennacherib boasts against the LORD and threatens Jerusalem.
This prism chronicles the events during Sennacherib’s reign, but from the Assyrian perspective. It collaborates the Biblical record.
Isaiah was the chief scribe, both during the reign of both Uzziah and Hezekiah.
The texts 2 Kings 18:19 – 20:3 and Isaiah 36:4 – 38:3 are the same and Isaiah recorded them both.
Isaiah 31, woe to Egyptophiles, the LORD will pass over Israel, but not Assyria.
Isaiah 30, don’t trust in Egypt! A rebellious people, yet God will be gracious, judgment on Assyria.
Isaiah 27, the Deliverance of Israel.
Isaiah 14, Israel’s return, the fall of Babylon, Lucifer, Assyria and Philistine.
Chapter 14 starts with a wonderful promise
Next is a prophecy against Babylon.
Notice the central position of Babylon in today’s Middle East.
Saddam Hussein had restored the ruins of Babylon to show the greatness of Iraq. The picture below shows a U.S. soldier after invasion of Iraq.
Yes,, Babylon shall come to an end.
Jesus saw Lucifer, also called Satan fall from heaven as lightning strikes.
The Prophet Ezekiel also foresaw Satan being thrown out of heaven.
Isaiah also prophesied the destruction of Babylon
Next is a prophecy against Assyria.
The destruction of Philistia is also foretold. It is interesting that the tribe of Dan could not take the land of the Northern Philistia, so they settled in the very northern part of Israel. Their failure to take their allotment of the promised land continues to this day.