During chapters seven and eight the prophetic message of Isaiah took place during 735-734 BCE, which was know as the Syro-Ephraimite War. The northern kingdom of Israel had been brought into captivity (722 BCE), and the kingdom of Judah was in the middle of idolism and sinful. The kingdom of Assyria had took control of the Israel and brought a major risk to both kingdoms, this had sent a major concern to Judah. Isaiah’s son, Shear-jashub, meaning “a remnant shall return” which is referring to how God will taking care of Judah. Although they will be punished God in the end will still provide for them. Furthermore, Isaiah had then brought an important message to Ahaz telling him to not go to Assyria for help, to trust in God, he has...
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...n. He chose Cyrus, ruler of Anshan. Marduk called his name and made him ruler of all the earth.” These two quotes show that there are parallels and that this event did happen, Cyrus just didn’t know of God and that God made his destiny up for him.
Overall, God shows his prophetic message through each of these major events in the book of Isaiah. We must trust God alone and fulfill his commands. We cannot disown justice neither give into selfishness. Also, Christ died to save us from our sin. We cannot save ourselves, he is willing to save all those who turn from their sin and come to him. Salvation is from God alone. No amount of good works can earn it. Lastly, We can be refreshed, because there is compassion for those who repent. No matter how depressing our situation is or how evil the world is, we must continue to be God’s faithful people who hope for his return.
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