Isaiah 52, God redeems Jerusalem, how beautiful are the feet

From Handel’s Messiah this aria is sung all over the world. This is from Oslo, Norway.

Chapter 53, the Suffering servant really begins here. The passage on suffering Servant is never read in Jewish Synagogues, not in the triennial reading, nor at Holy days.

The Bible is nearly void of any description of Jesus. Here is a glimpse.

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 22, a prophecy about Jerusalem.

Sennacherib’s Prism from 691 B.C. verifies the biblical account of the siege of Jerusalem.

As you might have guessed, the “Valley of Vision” is another name for Jerusalem, as is “The City of David”.

 Shebna was “treasurer over the house” in the reign of king Hezekiah of Judah, a picture of the unfaithful servant.