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Isaiah and the deliverance of Jerusalem a study of the interpretation of prophecy in the Old Testament by R. E. Clements

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Published by JSOT Press, Dept. of Biblical Studies, University of Sheffield in Sheffield .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Isaiah -- Criticism, interpretation, etc

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementR. E. Clements
SeriesJournal for the study of the Old Testament : Supplement series -- 13, Journal for the study of the Old Testament -- 13
The Physical Object
Pagination131 p. ;
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16323308M
ISBN 10090577423X

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  This is from the holy book of Isaiah - Chapter 37 - Jerusalem’s Deliverance god almighty bless All.1). When King Hezekiah heard this, he tore hi. Sennacherib and Jerusalem --Isaiah and the threat to Jerusalem --The Isaiah narratives --Isaiah and the Zion tradition --The deliverance of Jerusalem in theological perspective. Series Title: Journal for the study of the Old Testament., Supplement series ;, Get this from a library! Isaiah and the deliverance of Jerusalem: a study of the interpretation of prophecy in the Old Testament. [R E Clements]. We first find Isaiah involved in historical events during the reign of Ahaz, shortly after B.C.E. At that time, according to the Book of Kings, “King Rezin of Aram and King Pekah son of Remaliah of Israel (the northern Israelite nation) advanced on Jerusalem (the capital of Judah, the southern Israelite nation) for battle. They besieged Author: Michael Fishbane.

Jerusalem’s Deliverance Foretold - When King Hezekiah heard this, he tore his clothes and put on sackcloth and went into the temple of the LORD. He sent Eliakim the palace administrator, Shebna the secretary, and the leading priests, all wearing sackcloth, to the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. They told him, “This is what Hezekiah says: This day is a day of distress and rebuke and disgrace. Isaiah 37 New International Version - UK (NIVUK) Jerusalem’s deliverance foretold. 37 When King Hezekiah heard this, he tore his clothes and put on sackcloth and went into the temple of the Lord. 2 He sent Eliakim the palace administrator, Shebna the secretary, and the leading priests, all wearing sackcloth, to the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. 3 They told him, ‘This is what Hezekiah says. Deliverance for Jerusalem - Wake up, wake up, O Zion! Clothe yourself with strength. Put on your beautiful clothes, O holy city of Jerusalem, for unclean and godless people will enter your gates no longer. Rise from the dust, O Jerusalem. Sit in a place of honor. Remove the chains of slavery from your neck, O captive daughter of Zion. For this is what the LORD says: “When I sold you into. Isaiah and the Deliverance of Jerusalem: A Study of the Interpretation of Prophecy in the Old Testament [Clements, R. E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Isaiah and the Deliverance of Jerusalem: A Study of the Interpretation of Prophecy in the Old TestamentCited by: 8.

God called Isaiah to deliver a message of warning, comfort and deliverance. Isaiah's day was a pivotal time in history between Moses and Jesus Christ. Things were changing rapidly, a new order was emerging, and there were external and internal threats to Israel's existence. God called Isaiah to deliver a message of warning, comfort and deliverance. Isaiah is a book that unveils the full dimensions of God’s judgment and salvation. God is “the Holy One of Israel” (see ; and notes) who must punish his rebellious people () but will afterward redeem them (,16). Israel is a nation blind and deaf (–10; ), a vineyard that will be trampled (–7), a people. The Hebrew name of Isaiah, Yeshaya,16 connotes salvation – yeshuah,17 and it was Isaiah who conveyed G‑d’s message of hope and deliverance for all time “The book of Isaiah,” says the Talmud, “is consolation in its entirety.”19 While Moses chastised the people saying, “And you will be dispersed amongst the nations,” Isaiah Author: Avrohom Bergstein. Isaiah son of Amoz was a prophet during one of the most turbulent periods in Judah’s history. Early in his career, which lasted approximately 40 years (– B.C.E.), the kingdom of Judah became a vassal of Assyria, a rapidly expanding power in the B.C.E., the nations of Aram and Israel threatened to invade Jerusalem, the capital city of Judah, if King Ahaz did not join.