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Chapter 1

Isaiah speaks of Judah's rebellion (1:1-4)
He laments God's judgment on the people (1:5-9)
He reproves all their services (1:10-15)
He exhorts them to repentance, with promises and threatenings (1:16-20)
He bewails Judah's wickedness, and foretells God's judgments (1:21-24)
He promises grace (1:25-27)
But threatens destruction to the wicked (1:28-31)

Chapter 2

Isaiah prophesies the coming of Christ's kingdom (2:1-5)
The people forsaken because of their wickedness (2:6-9)
He exhorts them to fear the power of God's majesty (2:10-22)

Chapter 3

The great confusion which comes by sin (3:1-8)
The impudence of the people (3:9-11)
The oppression and covetousness of the rulers (3:12-15)
Judgments to come for the women's pride (3:16-26)

Chapter 4

Christ's kingdom shall be a sanctuary (4:1-6)

Chapter 5

The parable of the vineyard (5:1-7)
God's judgments upon covetousness (5:8-12)
Upon impiety (5:13-19)
And upon injustice (5:20-25)
The execution of God's judgments (5:26-30)

Chapter 6

Isaiah's vision of the Lord's glory (6:1-8)
He shows that the obstinacy of the people is the cause of their desolation (6:9-12)
A remnant shall be saved (6:13)

Chapter 7

Ahaz, being troubled with fear of Rezin and Pekah, is comforted by Isaiah (7:1-9)
Ahaz is free to choose a sign but refuses it (7:10-13)
He is given the promise of Christ (7:14-16)
God's judgment, it is prophesied, is to come at the hands of Assyria (7:17-25)

Chapter 8

In Maher-shalal-hash-baz, he prophesies that Syria and Israel shall be subdued by Assyria (8:1-4)
Judah shall be overcome because of infidelity (8:5-8)
God's judgments shall not be resisted (8:9-10)
Comfort shall be given to those who fear God (8:11-18)
Great afflictions to idolaters (8:19-22)

Chapter 9

There shall be joy in the midst of afflictions, through the kingdom and birth of Christ (9:1-7)
Judgments upon Israel for pride (9:8-12)
For hypocrisy (9:13-17)
And for impenitence (9:18-21)

Chapter 10

The woe of tyrants (10:1-4)
Assyria, the rod of hypocrites, shall be broken (10:5-19)
A remnant of Israel shall be saved (10:20-23)
Israel is comforted with the promise of deliverance from Assyria's subjugation (10:24-34)

Chapter 11

The peaceable kingdom of the Branch out of the root of Jesse (11:1-9)
The victorious restoration of Israel, and calling of the Gentiles (11:10-16)

Chapter 12

A joyful thanksgiving of the faithful for the mercies of God (12:1-6)

Chapter 13

God musters the armies of His wrath (13:1-5)
He threatens destruction of Babylon by the Medes (13:6-18)
The desolation of Babylon (13:19-22)

Chapter 14

God's merciful restoration of Israel (14:1-23)
God's purpose against Assyria (14:24-28)
Palestina (Palestine) is threatened (14:29-32)

Chapter 15

The lamentable state of Moab (15:1-9)

Chapter 16

Moab is exhorted to yield obedience to Christ's kingdom (16:1-5)
Moab is threatened for the people's pride (16:6-8)
The prophet's complaint (16:9-11)
The judgment of Moab (16:12-14)

Chapter 17

Syria and Israel are threatened (17:1-5)
A remnant shall forsake idolatry (17:6-8)
The rest shall be plagued for their impiety (17:9-11)
The woe of Israel's enemy (17:12-14)

Chapter 18

In care of His people, God will destroy the Ethiopians (18:1-7)

Chapter 19

The confusion of Egypt (19:1-10)
The foolishness of their princes (19:11-17)
The calling of Egypt to the church (19:18-22)
The covenant of Egypt, Assyria and Israel (19:23-25)

Chapter 20

The captivity of Egypt and Ethiopia foretold (20:1-6)

Chapter 21

The prophet, in a vision, sees the fall of Babylon (21:1-10)
Dumah's concern (21:11-12)
Arabia's calamity foretold (21:13-17)

Chapter 22

The prophet laments the invasion of Jerusalem by the Persians (22:1-7)
He reproves their human wisdom and worldly joy (22:8-14)
He prophesies Shebna's dismissal from his station (22:15-19)
And Eliakim, prefiguring the kingdom of Christ, as his successor (22:20-25)

Chapter 23

The miserable overthrow of Tyre is prophesied (23:1-16)
Tyre's unhappy return (23:17-18)

Chapter 24

The doleful judgments of God upon the land (24:1-5)
The devouring curse (24:6-12)
A remnant shall joyfully praise him (24:13-15)
God in His judgments will advance His kingdom (24:16-23)

Chapter 25

The prophet praises God, for His judgments (25:1-5)
For His saving benefits (25:6-8)
And for His victorious salvation (25:9-12)

Chapter 26

A song of confidence in God (26:1-4)
For His judgments (26:5-11)
And for His favor to His people (26:12-19)
An exhortation to wait on God (26:20-21)

Chapter 27

The care of God over His vineyard (27:1-6)
His chastisements differ from judgments (27:7-11)
The church of Jews and Gentiles (27:12-13)

Chapter 28

The prophet threatens Ephraim for pride and drunkenness (28:1-4)
Those remaining will be advanced in the kingdom of Christ (28:5-6)
The prophet rebukes their error (28:7-8)
Their reluctance to learn (28:9-13)
And their false security (28:14-15)
Christ, the sure foundation, is promised (28:16-17)
The Ephraimites' security will be tested (28:18-22)
They are urged to consider God's providence (28:23-29)

Chapter 29

God's heavy judgment upon Jerusalem (29:1-6)
Zion's insatiable enemies (29:7-8)
The senselessness (29:9-12)
And deep hypocrisy of the Jews (29:13-17)
A promise of sanctification to the godly (29:18-23)
And understanding to the erring (29:24)

Chapter 30

The prophet threatens the people for their confidence in Egypt (30:1-7)
And contempt of God's word (30:8-17)
God's mercies toward His church (30:18-26)
God's wrath, and the people's joy in the destruction of Assyria (30:27-33)

Chapter 31

The prophet shows the cursed folly in trusting Egypt and forsaking God (31:1-3)
God will defend and deliver Jerusalem (31:4-5)
He exhorts the Jews to conversion (31:6-7)
He foretells the fall of Assyria (31:8-9)

Chapter 32

The blessings of Christ's kingdom (32:1-8)
Desolation is foretold (32:9-14)
But restoration is promised (32:15-20)

Chapter 33

God's judgments against the enemies of the church (33:1-12)
The privileges of the godly (33:13-24)

Chapter 34

The judgments with which God avenges His church (34:1-10)
The desolation of the enemies of the church (34:11-15)
The certainty of the prophecy (34:16-17)

Chapter 35

The joyful flourishing of Christ's kingdom (35:1-2)
The weak are encouraged by the virtues and privileges of the gospel (35:3-10)

Chapter 36

Sennacherib invades Judah (36:1-3)
Rabshakeh, sent by Sennacherib, fails to incite the people to revolt (36:4-21)
His blasphemy is reported to Hezekiah (36:22)

Chapter 37

Hezekiah, mourning, bids Isaiah to pray for them (37:1-5)
Isaiah comforts them (37:6-7)
Sennacherib, going to encounter Tirhakah, sends a blasphemous letter to Hezekiah (37:8-13)
Hezekiah's prayer (37:14-20)
Isaiah's prophecy of the destruction of Sennacherib (37:21-35)
An angel slays the Assyrians (37:36)
Sennacherib is slain at Nineveh by his own sons (37:37-38)

Chapter 38

Hezekiah's death is foretold, but his life is lengthened through prayer (38:1-7)
The sun's shadow goes ten degrees backward, as a sign of that promise (38:8)
His song of thanksgiving (38:9-22)

Chapter 39

Merodach-baladan sends visitors to Hezekiah to examine his treasures (39:1-2)
Isaiah learns of this and foretells the Babylonian captivity (39:3-8)

Chapter 40

The proclaimation of the gospel (40:1-2)
The preaching of John the Baptist (40:3-8)
The preaching of the apostles (40:9-11)
The prophet, by the omnipotence of God (40:12-17)
and because He is incomparable, comforts the people (40:18-31)

Chapter 41

God reasons earnestly with His people about His mercies to the church (41:1-9)
About His promises (41:10-20)
And about the vanity of idols (41:21-29)

Chapter 42

The work of Christ, graced with meekness and constancy (42:1-4)
God's promise to Christ (42:5-9)
An exhortation to praise God for His gospel (42:10-16)
He reproves the people for unbelief (42:17-25)

Chapter 43

The Lord comforts the church with His promises (43:1-7)
He appeals to the people for witness of His omnipotence (43:8-13)
He foretells the destruction of Babylon (43:14-17)
And His wonderful deliverance of His people (43:18-21)
He reproves the people (43:22-28)

Chapter 44

God comforts the church with His promises (44:1-5)
The vanity of idols, and folly of idol-makers (44:6-20)
He exhorts His people to praise (44:21-28)

Chapter 45

God calls Cyrus for His church's sake (45:1-4)
By His omnipotence He commands obedience (45:5-19)
He shows the vanity of idols (45:20-25)

Chapter 46

The idols of Babylon cannot save themselves (46:1-2)
God saves His people to the end (46:3-4)
Idols are not comparable to God for power (46:5-11)
Or present salvation (46:12-13)

Chapter 47

God's judgment upon Babylon and Chaldea (47:1-5)
For merciless cruelty (47:6)
Pride (47:7-9)
And excessive wickedness (47:10)
Shall be inexorable (47:11-15)

Chapter 48

God foreknows the people's obstinacy, yet reveals His prophecies (48:1-8)
He saves them for His own sake (48:9-11)
He exhorts them to obedience, because of His power and providence (48:12-15)
He laments their backwardness (48:16-19)
He will deliver His people out of Babylon (48:20-22)

Chapter 49

Christ, being sent to the Jews, speaks of them (49:1-4)
He is sent to the Gentiles with gracious promises (49:5-12)
God's love for His church is perpetual (49:13-17)
The restoration of the church (49:18-23)
The powerful deliverance out of captivity (49:24-26)

Chapter 50

Christ shows that He is not to be charged with abandoning the Jews, by reason of His ability to save (50:1-4)
His obedience in that work (50:5-6)
And His confidence in that assistance (50:7-9)
An exhortation to trust in God, and not in ourselves (50:10-11)

Chapter 51

An exhortation from the example of Abraham, to trust in Christ (51:1-2)
By reason of His comforting promises (51:3)
Of His righteous salvation (51:4-6)
And man's mortality (51:7-8)
Christ defends His own from the fear of man (51:9-16)
He bewails the afflictions of Jerusalem (51:17-20)
And promises deliverance (51:21-23)

Chapter 52

Christ persuades the church to believe in His free redemption (52:1-6)
To receive its ministers (52:7-8)
To rejoice in its power (52:9-10)
And to free themselves from bondage (52:11-12)
Christ's kingdom shall be exalted (52:13-15)

Chapter 53

The prophet, complaining of unbelief, gives reasons for the shame of the cross (53:1-3)
Christ's passion foretold (53:4-9)
And the sacrifice of the Righteous Servant (53:10-12)

Chapter 54

The prophet, for the comfort of the Gentiles, foretells the greatness of their church (54:1-3)
Their safety (54:4-5)
Their certain deliverance out of affliction (54:6-10)
Their prosperity (54:11-14)
And their preservation (54:15-16)
Their heritage (54:17)

Chapter 55

By the promises of Christ, the prophet calls the people to faith (55:1-5)
And to repentance (55:6-7)
The happy success of those who believe (55:8-13)

Chapter 56

The prophet exhorts the people to sanctification (56:1-2)
He promises that acceptance by God will be general, without respect to persons (56:3-8)
He denounces blind watchmen (56:9-12)

Chapter 57

The blessed death of the righteous (57:1-2)
God reproves the Jews for their idolatry (57:3-12)
He promises forgiveness to the penitent (57:13-21)

Chapter 58

The prophet is sent to reprove hypocrisy (58:1-2)
He describes a counterfeit fast, and a true one (58:3-7)
The rewards of godliness (58:8-12)
And keeping the Sabbath (58:13-14)

Chapter 59

The outrageous nature of sin (59:1-2)
The sins of the Jews (59:3-8)
Calamity is punishment for sin (59:9-15)
Salvation is only of God (59:16-19)
The covenant of the Redeemer (59:20-21)

Chapter 60

The glory of the church (60:1-14)
And her great blessings after affliction (60:15-22)

Chapter 61

The work of Christ (61:1-3)
The preferment (61:4-6)
And blessings of the faithful (61:7-11)

Chapter 62

The fervent desire of the prophet to confirm the church in God's promises (62:1-4)
The work of ministers in preaching the gospel (62:5-9)
And preparing the people for it (62:10-12)

Chapter 63

Christ shows who He is (63:1)
His victory over His enemies (63:2-6)
And His mercy toward His church (63:7-9)
In just wrath He remembers His free mercy (63:10-14)
The church in its prayer (63:15-16)
And complaint, professes its faith (63:17-19)

Chapter 64

The church prays for a sign of God's power (64:1-4)
Praising God's mercy, it makes confession of natural corruptions (64:5-12)

Chapter 65

The calling of the Gentiles (65:1)
The Jews, for their unbelief, idolatry and hypocrisy, are rejected (65:2-7)
A remnant shall be saved (65:8-10)
Judgments of the wicked, and blessings on the godly (65:11-16)
The happy state of the new Jerusalem (65:17-25)

Chapter 66

God will be served in humble sincerity (66:1-4)
He comforts the humble with marvels (66:5-9)
And with the gracious benefits of the church (66:10-14)
God's severe judgments against the wicked (66:15-18)
The Gentiles shall have a holy church, and see the damnation of the wicked (66:19-24)

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